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  • Extremadura: An Unknown Beauty

    Extremadura is an Autonomous Community rich in heritage, with many corners that I'm sure you don't know and that if you were to explore would leave you very impressed - like how they left me when I explored them. None of these corners that I'm going to leave you with...

    0 by Kate, 22 days ago
  • Cod in Almond Sauce

    Hello, hello! Today I'm not going to show you a place, today in my blog I'm going to write a recipe for you that, at Christmas, is a triumph at my house. It's true that we like cod very much and cooked any way, but still... We love it! At Christmas we always make a...

    0 by Kate, 26 days ago
  • Gypsies in Spain: Is it a problem or not for foreigners?

    I can't finish the topic of immigration and racism without speaking about this group of people who are so numerous in our country. I will start by saying that it is thought that there are more than 3 million in the whole of Spain. If we group gypsies and peasants, it...

    0 by Kate, one month ago
  • My favourite language ever: Spanish!

    Introduction to the post. My favourite language! Dearest friends and readers, today I decided to write a post about my favourite language! Despite the fact that I'm Italian and I really love my mother tongue, I can't help saying that Spanish Language is the one I love...

    0 by Ylenia, one month ago
  • Is it free to study in public university in Spain?

    Are you wondering whether it is free to study at a public university in Spain? What are the tuition fees like for studying an Undergraduate Degree? Spain is home to some great, highly-ranked universities with amazing study levels. Popular with both Spanish nationals and...

    0 by Kate, 2 months ago
  • North Spain VS South Spain. 2nd Round

    Good afternoon to everyone! Or almost good night. Today we are going with our fantastic second part of our special fight between the north and the south of Spain. We will evaluate new features today, things that will leave us stunned, stupefied, circumstances that you...

    0 by Diana, 3 months ago
  • What are the best universities in Madrid?

    If you want to study at the most prestigious universities in Spain, Madrid is the city for you. In this article, you'll find a ranking of the capital's best universities at which you can study on any course. The Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) This public...

    0 by Beth, 4 months ago
  • Nerja – the cosiest place in Costa del Sol

    Nerja – the cosiest place in Costa del Sol  Nerja is the first city I visited during my Erasmus semester. It is a small and cosy city in the southern part of Spain, being located very close (50 km) to Malaga. This small Andalusia town impresses with its extraordinary...

    1 by Magdalena, one year ago
  • East coast of Spain road trip

    Whether you are an Erasmus student in Spain or someone who is thinking about visiting this lovely country for a quick trip, in this post you can read about my low-budget road trip experience along the east coast of Spain. The trip starts in Madrid and continues to...

    0 by Martina, one year ago
  • Leaving Spain is another adventure

    I can't remember when I had so much fun. I have seen so many interesting things - fascinating architecture, lavish nature, mandarin and lemon trees, palaces, cathedrals, towers and cobblestone squares, bars, pubs and cafes, fast food restaurants,...

    0 by Katarina, one year ago
  • Top supermarkets in Spain and favourite products

    After five months living in Spain, I realized that I was going shopping almost every single day. So, in this post, I am going to present you my top favourite supermarkets in Spain, particularly in Huelva. But I am sure you can find these shops anywhere in Spain and not...

    0 by Kristine, one year ago
  • Punta Umbria

    Imagine, you are from the cold country, but happily, you came to Spain. Of course, you would like to go to the beach, to get a perfect, golden tan, and to swim enjoying the warm and clean ocean waves. That was exactly my case. As I came to Huelva, I needed to look for...

    0 by Kristine, one year ago
  • Day trip to Ronda&Setenil

    What could wake me up at 6.30 am on Sunday? Of course, trip, and it does not matter how far and for how long. Having booked the trip with a friendly company ‘We love Spain’, we went to Ronda and Setenil on 12th of March 2017. Before the trip, we googled photos...

    0 by Kristine, one year ago
  • 22 places you can't miss in Galicia

    Hello everybody once again! In today's post I'm going to talk you about 22 places you shouldn't miss in Galicia, where I live. How many of them did you know? Obradoiro square, in Santiago de Compostela. It's the final destination of the pilgrim who walked through one...

    0 by Álvaro, 2 years ago
  • Hamon, tapos or manual for future internships in Spain

    Hello everyone! If you are student and would like to ger practice in hospitality industry I will strongly siggest you to think about Spain! Why? Because it is wonderful opportunities to learn new things: language, traditions, find new friends, cuisine and wonderful...

    0 by Karyna, 2 years ago
  • My EVS Story

    I went to my first Youth Exchange when I was 15 and I hear the other participants talking about EVS. There was this lovely couple from Romania, they'd both done EVS in different countries and met when they got back home at the annual EVS event. I thought the story...

    0 by Stefani, 2 years ago
  • 4 Fun Facts about Spain

    I moved to Spain in January 2016. Naturally, I had some ideas of what the country and its culture are like. Some of my notions were silly (mass media is to blame) and some new ones have come as a complete surprise. Here are a few choice examples: Fuente Only the...

    0 by Stefani, 2 years ago
  • 10 things I love about Spain

    Source I moved from Macedonia to Spain back in January 2016 to begin activities on my EVS project in Ciudad Real. I have been living here for 8 months now. It has been long enough for me to get a glimpse of a culture that is so different from my own. I’ve compiled a...

    0 by Stefani, 2 years ago
  • The Spanish Flag

    Hi everyone. I think this blog entry of mine could be very interesting to you, since we live in a country where we often don't know about important stuff. The other day I was talking to my boyfriend, who's Brazilian, in our room, and we were both looking at our...

    0 by Helen, 2 years ago
  • The unforgettable taste of Spain

    Once a traveler gets the chance to discover Spain with its flavors, music and colors, besides a shiny sun which baths the most varying landscapes under its sunbeams, a heart will beat since the beginning. From North to South, East to West, cultural approaches may lead...

    0 by Catalina, 2 years ago

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