Erasmus blog Spain

  • Spanish Music: Flamenco

    Hello! This time I want to talk to you about a really important component of Spanish culture: its music. Since time immemorial music has been one of the greatest forms of expression for people, and throughout history has represented a sign of identity for different...

    0 by Victoria, 29 days ago
  • Going for tapas in Spain

    Hello fellow travellers! Today I want to talk to you about a great Spanish tradition linked to our rich cuisine, and I'm sure that you will love it and it will make you want to travel around Spain even more. Surely you've already heard of tapas or appetisers. If not,...

    0 by Victoria, one month ago
  • “MY LIFE STUDYING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SPAIN”

    When I decided to travel to Spain to finish my studies, my parents were very happy as it reflected my effort to continue to achieve goals and improve myself daily. Currently I am based in the city of Ibiza is a charming place, with its beaches. The places in this...

    0 by Nathaly, 2 months ago
  • 8 Tips for Living Happily as a Couple

    Living as a couple can be the most beautiful and happy experience, one that we've desired for a long time, one that we dream about when we meet the ideal person, so? How can it turn into a complete nightmare? There are certain things that can outweigh and put an end to...

    0 by Victoria, 3 months ago
  • Welcome to Spain. You can be religiously and conscientiously free. Part 1.

    And why do I say this? So that anyone in the world knows the kind of society that we have here and what, in theory, you have the freedom to do, say or think. First and foremost, starting at the beginning, 'freedom of conscience' can be understood as the capacity of a...

    0 by Victoria, 3 months ago
  • Which Master's Degree should I study in Spain?

    Have you caught up with the advantages of studying an online master's degree and decided that you want to study an official online master's degree in Spain? You have no idea about how or where to look for the one that best suits your needs? Keep reading to discover the...

    0 by María, 3 months ago
  • The blog

    I live in Madrid great city, but it’s so big.There are lots of interesting places to visit and there are many restaurants and museums , so I’m never bored! My course is very interesting . My favorite class is Anatomy .After we finish , the teacher often goes to a...

    0 by Liseth, 11 months ago
  • Vejer de la Frontera

    31st March 2015. Hiking in Vejer de la Frontera This weekend I went on a hike with my scout group from Barbate to Vejer de la Frontera, which are two villages situated about fifty kilometres from Cadiz. The hike (18km) was particularly interesting because we had to...

    0 by Holly, one year ago
  • Good and bad things about living in Spain and Cordoba

    Hello again everyone! In this new blog post about places, recipes, advice and more about Spain, I am going to talk about some good and bad things about living in Spain, as I did in the other entry with Poland and Krakow. Each person has a different opinion about the...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • Perception of Turkey in Spain

    When I was on way to Spain, that is to say when I was on my way to Europe, one of the things I was most curious about is what Europeans thought about Turkey. While I was there, I had a chance to engage with people from 72 different nationalities and make observations on...

    0 by Ceren, one year ago
  • How to live in Spain

    Hi everyone! I live in Spain and there are a lot of things here that I am used to but when I talk to people from abroad, they are usually surprised by. A lot of our customs or our way of life are not too common in other countries. Today I am going to post a bit of a...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • El Camino del Cid: all the information you need to make this historic route

    If I tell you that there is a path similar to the way of St. James, in which you can feel the nature, as well as the gastronomy, the history and the culture of Spain at the same time would you believe me? Well yes, it exists! This is the Camino del Cid Campeador, a path...

    0 by Berta, one year ago
  • Spanish Gastronomy: Potato tortilla

    Hello again, fellow travellers! Today, I am going to continue on talking about spanish culture and something that we love in particular: our gastronomy. Specifically, today I am going to talk about one of the most popular dishes in Spanish cuisine, one of the most...

    0 by Olivia, one year ago
  • What are the best universities in Spain?

    Do you want to study at the best university in the world and are thinking about coming to Spain? Well, we have the solution. With this ranking you will know which are the 10 best universities in Spain, keep reading and you might find the one for you! Before we begin,...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • La Sagrada Familia - Barcelona, Spain

    Spain is a country full of history, ancient artifacts, marvellous cathedrals and so much more. From thousands of years, a lot of Spain churches have been a place of worship and beliefs which are followed by people till this age. These cathedrals are the...

    0 by Akshay, one year ago
  • Knowns and Unknowns of Spain

    Hello Everyone!  I've been in Barcelona with a Rotary Camp,in this summer. I stayed at 2 different houses,with 2 different families. Also I've been in Igualada,Vilafranca Del Penedès and Manresa. So,I had a chance to get to know their culture. People who are from...

    0 by Zeynep, one year ago
  • 5 things to do in Lloret de Mar

    The Costa Brava is one of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations. Located an hour from Barcelona, and not far from the French border, this chain of holiday resorts gets full marks for accessibility, and is renowned for its long sandy beaches and clear blue...

    0 by Madeline, one year ago
  • 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, 2 years 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, 2 years 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, 2 years ago

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