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Erasmus blog Slovakia

  • In the land of pure water, between Horna Orava and Mala Fatra - 2 Frenchmen and 35 Slovaks on a field trip. (2/5)

    26th May 2016 Day 2 I had a restless night's sleep. Our Slovakian friends enjoyed partying and drinking all night long in the dorm building. Luckily, I was in the teacher's bedroom, along with Vladimir and Mr Kichila. At 9pm we were able to go to bed. Even with earplugs...

    0 by Jennifer, one year ago
  • A guide to Slovakian gastronomy

    A guide to Slovakian gastronomy Hello everyone! In today's post, I am going to talk to you about Slovakian gastronomy. For those who are going on Erasmus to Bratislava, I imagine that this information will arouse a certain curiosity in you, especially finding out more...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • Tour through the High Tatras, Slovakia

    Tour through the High Tatras, Slovakia Basic information Hello again everyone! Today we continue on our journey through Slovakia. In this post I will tell you about my first trip to the Tatras. The Tatras Mountains are, without a doubt, one of the most famous tourist...

    0 by Emma, one year ago
  • Cultural differences between Spain and Slovakia

    Cultural differences between Spain and Slovakia Hello everyone! Today, I am bringing you a blog post that, as you have read in the title, talks about the cultural differences that exist between Slovakia and Spain. As you know, I have now been living in Slovakia for a...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • The (nearly) unique aragonite cave – In Slovakia depths (2/3)

    May 14th, 2016 Day 2 3 hours and 15 min trip for half an hour visit. Hard ratio, reader, of a non-motorized trekker in Slovakia (but it could be probably true elsewhere in the world). After an exhausting walking day in the Slovakian Paradise, woke up at 6:30am to...

    0 by Yoan, one year ago
  • Domica, the model cave - In Slovakia depths (1/3)

    April 29th, 2016 Don’t be afraid, I didn’t visit all Slovakia’s caves, or I will still be there visiting… There are around 3 800 caves so obviously not all of them can be visited. Only 14 can be visited and only 3 out of 14 (the one from the Slovakian Karst) are...

    0 by Yoan, one year ago
  • Slovak paradise, how well you are named...

    13 May 2016 "Legend has it that 3500 years before Christ, the first people who settled in this wooded mountain area gave it the name of paradise. Nature gave them everything they needed to live: water, game, fruit, vegetables. " The young man with the shaved head who is...

    0 by Samantha, one year ago

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