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Lisa Bervoets

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Spain
Murcia
United Kingdom
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Venezuela
Maracaibo

Lisa Bervoets

Current city:
Newcastle Upon Tyne
City of birth:
Maracaibo
Host university:
UM
Home university:
NORTHUMBRIA

Lisa activity

  • Experience

    Experience in Zaragoza, Spain, by Alejandro

    What do you think about Zaragoza as a place to live? Would you recommend it? What's it like? It's a quiet city, totally recommended for its culture and antiquity. The only bad thing about it is the cold north wind, which is the typical wind from there. How's the student...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus experiences Zaragoza, 11 months ago
  • Experience

    Murcia, the land of "acho"! Susan's Experience

    What do you think about living in Murcia? Would you recommend it? Murcia is a good city to live in as there's always something to do. It has many amenities and the atmosphere is great. People are friendly and there's loads of university students. How is the student...

    1 by Lisa in Erasmus experiences Murcia, 11 months ago
  • Place

    Wine and Food Festival

    The Wine and Food Festival hosts a range of stalls managed by Murcia's different wineries, restaurants and confectioneries which sit in Murcia's Malecón Garden during the festival in September, in honour of the Virgin Fuensanta. For just 9 euros, you get coupons which...

    by Lisa in Where to eat Murcia, 11 months ago
  • Place

    Bocados Keki

    Every time I've been to this café, I've left feeling pretty pleased. The tapas that are prepared are delicious... don't miss out on the tune teriyaki! Tapería Keki is a really good place to go to have a tapa and a beer, and only costs 2 euros if you ask for a...

    by Lisa in Where to eat Murcia, 11 months ago
  • Place

    Canela en Rama

    Canela en Rama is a small bar bar hidden on a corner in the centre of Granada. It's a small and welcoming place with decor that'll not leave you disappointed. Source It's a very special place - everything it offers, from their amazing tapas to their breakfasts, is...

    by Lisa in Where to eat Granada, 11 months ago
  • Experience

    My Experience in Granada, Spain. By Sara.

    What do you think about Granada as a place to live? Would you recommend it? Granada is the perfect city for any student, so of course I recommend it. It's not a very big city and everything is quite central so you can travel around with few problems. It's a...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus experiences Granada, 11 months ago
  • Blog

    Las Fallas: A Valencian Celebration

    The biggest and most spectacular Valencian festival is celebrated in the middle of March, called las Fallas (or in Valencian, “Falles”), an event to commemorate Saint Joseph. The word “fallas” is used to name the celebration itself, as well as the constructions...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus blog Valencia, 11 months ago
  • Place

    Aguilas Carnival

    Aguilas carnival is an event in February that cannot be missed! For some Erasmus students, it is both a happy and sad time as some will soon be returning to their home country, while others are arriving and discovering the joys of Erasmus life. Whether you’re in the...

    by Lisa in Erasmus party Murcia, 11 months ago
  • Place

    El Salto Del Usero

    El Salto Del Usero is a natural springs on the outskirts of a Murcian town called Bullas. You can dive there, park your car near by, or you can take a bus to Bullas. But, be prepared to walk. Walking there can be a 20 to 30 minute walk, both uphill and downhill,...

    by Lisa in What to see Murcia, one year ago
  • Blog

    Caxton: The Global Banking Saviour

    Before embarking on my year abroad, banking was a massive concern for me. I knew if I took my usual bank card, that I'd get charged excessively for purchases and for withdrawing cash. I spent days thinking about my options, should I take a huge wad of cash to last me...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus tips, one year ago
  • Blog

    Banking in Lisbon

    Now that I'm going to Lisbon, what should I do with my bank card? Should I use it there as little as possible? Should I take cash to avoid charging fees when withdrawing money from an ATM? These are just some of the questions I asked myself before going abroad. Well,...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus tips, one year ago
  • Experience

    Erasmus Experience in Linz, Austria

    Why did you choose to go to Linz, Austria? Because of its location in the centre of Europe, and because I thought that it would be better for my future than going elsewhere like Italy or France. How long does the scholarship last? How much financial support doyou...

    0 by Lisa in Erasmus experiences Linz, one year ago

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