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Erasmus blog Sevilla

  • Seville: art, nightlife, and foreigners

    For an Erasmus student, life in Seville can either be marvellous or complete chaos. I guess it all depends on which type of person comes to our city, but Seville is a place where you can find many different kinds of atmosphere. For the foreigner, though, there are many...

    0 by fiona jasmine, 10 months ago
  • Sevilla en Semana Santa

    I realized very early, that Sevilla and its inhabitants are a little bit different than the rest of Spain. This is noticeable by the style of clothing, habits of eating and behavior towards people from outside. But who wants to experience how these people really are has...

    0 by Kevin, 11 months ago
  • Day 3 and 4: Seville

    We arrived in Seville and it was now 9pm on Tuesday evening (day 2). The hotel was definitely better than the one we stayed in the previous night, if anything, a little far from the centre. After checking in and washing up it was almost 10pm, so we postponed all tours...

    0 by Jasmin, 11 months ago
  • What does "have" mean?

    For many people, comforts are life. Lots of people think that to be happy in life you need to have at least some type of luxury that you can enjoy on a day to day basis. People tend to be considered somewhat materialistic and consumerist but that's not to say that the...

    0 by Leanne, one year ago
  • A day in Seville

    It was the end of December. Our European journey had begun but we were already at our third stop: we were in Seville. As we didn't have a lot of time, our visit was more of an "express" one than anything else. Below you will find everything that we both saw and did...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Sevilla the capital of Andalusia

    Sevilla - The capital of Andalusia It was one of the best experiences during my Erasmus semester to visit this beautiful and magnificent Spanish city. When you are travelling through Spain, it must be one of the stops in your trip. In this article I will provide you...

    1 by Magdalena, one year ago
  • Sevillian Cuisine

    The typical Andalusian and more specifically Sevillian cuisine varies a lot depending on the time of year, cold dishes being very common in summertime, due to the heat of the land. It is a cuisine based on the Mediterranean diet, that is, all products of the earth. In...

    0 by Niamh, one year ago
  • Seville, a brief summary of what you’ll find

    Seville, Seville, Seville, where should I start? It’s difficult to single out one individual thing as I could spend months talking about it. And because I’ve been studying here for 5 years now at la Universidad Pablo de Olavide (which I will talk more about later in...

    0 by Arthur, one year ago
  • Spain, Day Seven

    Our last day in Spain was in Seville. This is a very beautiful city. Marta said that it reminded her of Amsterdam. Sadly, I have never been there so I can not say. What impressed me is that every city in Spain that we have visited was...

    0 by Katarina, one year ago
  • Andalusia : Bouncing in Seville

    So after my graduation that took place in Madrid, I decided to treat myself by travelling the south of Spain, aka Andalusia. This was going to be my last trip before going to India, so I really wanted to make the best of it. Moreover I had shared my travel plans with a...

    0 by Kunal, one year ago
  • Andalusia

    Andalusia is the region in southern Spain. It has eight provinces, namely Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga and Seville. In this article I am going to share with you my observations about Andalusia and tips on how to experience the most of this...

    0 by Martina, one year ago
  • Seville. Feria de Abril.

    This is the second post dedicated to wonderfully-beautiful city Seville. If you have not read the first one, please read it firstly, because it was about Seville in winter, check it on my blog. Now I would like to talk about Seville in spring - hot, sunny, colorful and...

    0 by Kristine, one year ago
  • Seville in winter

    Seville – magnificent city with a lot of attractions and places to see. I would call it ‘Fairy-tale city. ' The first time we went to Seville was at the end of February. The weather was warm but unfortunately, cloudy, even overcast. This day we planned to come back...

    0 by Kristine, one year ago
  • Alamillo Park

    Alamillo Park is located on the other side of the bridge with the same name, near the Isla Mágica theme park. Alamillo bridge Source This park was built and opened to the public on October 12, 1993, and takes up 47 hectares of the northern area of ​​the Cartuja...

    0 by Daniela, one year ago
  • Nightlife in Seville

    Even though I'm not a party animal at all I have to admit that we, Spanish people, are probably the best people to go party with - and you should admit that too as soon as possible. If you've ever partied with a Spanish person you should know that already, but if not,...

    0 by Marta, one year ago
  • Not-so-Touristic Spots in Seville

    If you have already paid a visit to our many touristic spots and you have some time left before you go back home (or you are lucky enough to be living here), I recommend you to give a chance to some not-so-touristic places in Seville. CAAC: The Andalusian Centre of...

    0 by Marta, one year ago
  • Touristic Spots in Seville

    One of the best things I've ever felt is the excitement + pity of coming back home from a trip. It's a weird feeling which I guess almost everybody can relate to, but the feeling is greater when your home city is as beautiful as mine! Seville (or Sevilla in Spanish) is...

    0 by Marta, one year ago
  • Cheap and Fancy Places to Eat in Seville

    As a local, I've had the chance to discover my city little by little, and I still find myself discovering new exciting places every now and then - it's funny to say that a lot of times are foreign friends the ones that show me new spots in my own city. There's something...

    0 by Marta, one year ago
  • Local Festivities and Some Alternatives in Seville

    It could be said that in Seville there's something for everybody, you don't have to stick to the "typical Andalusian activities" since there are plenty of alternatives to choose among. But of course you can also enjoy our most inner culture if you want to. Let me start...

    0 by Marta, one year ago
  • Countdown

    After getting accommodation sorted and joining every conceivable network for Erasmus students, the only thing left to do is count down the days For me, it's September 3rd - 19 days from now - when I touch down in ethpanya I'm proper excited but well nervous at the same...

    0 by Sam, 2 years ago

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