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  • Lucrezia Worthington

Lucrezia Worthington

Current city:
London
City of birth:
London
Host university:
Home university:
KCL

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  • Blog

    Getaway to the Oberland Bernois

    Having visited a few cities I wanted to venture out and explore the real beauty of Switzerland : The mountains. Of course I looked online and numerous options appeared such as Zermatt, Gstaad, St. Moritz, Interlaken, Davos, Verbier, Grindelwald ecc. There is so much...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Switzerland, 3 days ago
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    16 Things to see and do in Basel

    Following from my previous post about my day in Basel I thought it would be a good idea to put all the most important things you must see in an orderly way with some historical facts so that when you do visit you will have some background knowledge!  Basel was...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Basel, 6 days ago
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    Basel

    Being part of Erasmus, our student network (ESN) organized a group visit to Basel. However I was in Rome this weekend and could not go, which was very gutting considering the Christmas market was on and it looked incredible. Luckily for me, my friend Pippa hadn’t gone...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Basel, 8 days ago
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    Thun

    After my trip to Berne, my flatmate and I had a lot of time left in our day, and since we had the possibility to travel around for the whole day we decided to stop off at Thun before heading back to Geneva. This was one of the best ideas I ever had, as Thun is a...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Thun, 9 days ago
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    Top 25 things to see in Bern

    This post will be following on from my previous post on my day journal of Berne. Berne is the capital city of Switzerland and one of the most cultural and historically enriching cities in Europe. All of the fountains I will write about are part of the UNESCO World...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Bern, 10 days ago
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    Berne

    Being the capital of Switzerland, I found it essential to visit Berne. My flatmate had an offer from the train line where two people travelled for 90 CHF if one had a half fare card, so we ended up choosing to go and visit Berne. Geneva to Berne is not a long train...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Bern, 10 days ago
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    L'Esquilino - 5/7 hills of Rome

    The Esquilino is the largest in terms of height and length. It is formed of three different peaks: Opius, Fagutal and Cispius. Cispius is the most important of the three as it is where Santa Maria Maggiore is situated. History of the Esquilino: The Esquilino is situated...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 10 days ago
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    Il Viminale - 4/7 Hills of Rome

    The Viminale is the smallest out of the seven Hills. During the time of the sixth king of Rome, the Viminale was a residential area. Later, around 300 AD, under the reign of the Roman Empeor Diocleziano, the baths were built. (In english this is called "Baths of...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 11 days ago
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    The Quirinal -3/7 Hills of Rome

    The Quirinale is situated above the centre of Rome, not far away from the Trevi fountain. If you find yourself by this fountain, take Via di S. Vincenzo and make a left turn up Via della Dataria which will take you directly to Piazza del Quirinale. The Quirinale Hill is...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 11 days ago
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    The Capitoline - 2/7 Hills of Rome

    The Capitoline Hill is known to be one of the most important out of the Seven Hills of Rome. It may be one of the smallest but it certainly contains some of the most important history Rome carries. One of the “problems” with living in Rome is that you have most...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 18 days ago
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    The Aventine Hill - 1/7 Hills of Rome

    Rome was once surrounded by the Servian Walls, which enclosed the Seven Hills of Rome, however they were not properly maintained. When Rome started to feel threatened by the barbarians, who had already got through the Germanic boarder and the Romans weren’t able to...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 19 days ago
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    Top things to do in Neuchâtel

    Neuchâtel is considered one of the most historically pleasing cities in Switzerland. I find it incredible how such a preserved medieval heritage can also be home to one of the leading Swiss universities. I would highly recommend visiting this beautiful city, and if you...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Neuchatel, 20 days ago
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    Neuchâtel

    The one thing I love the most in this world is to travel around and explore different parts of a country. This is why I am in love with Switzerland, because not only it is a very international country but also because each canton has a different feel to it. For example...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Neuchatel, 23 days ago
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    Tonnarello

    I discovered this place for the first time on Boxing day as I wondered around Trastevere with my family trying to burn all those calories from Christmas. We had been walking around Rome for a few hours and it had got to lunchtime. I am one of the first people to admit...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, 25 days ago
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    Paul

    I swear all the best café’s origin from France. This is the third café I write about that originated in France. The story of Paul is very interesting because it was Frances Holder, whose family owns a small bakery, who takes over Paul with his parents. When...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat London, 30 days ago
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    10 things to See in Geneva

    After having uploaded my Top 10 things to do in Geneva [ https://erasmusu.com/en/erasmus-geneva/erasmus-blog/top-10-things-to-do-in-geneva-458189 ] I thought to upload a "Top 10 things to see in Geneva". Where as my post was more about activities to do, this post...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Geneva, one month ago
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    Beach Blanket Babylon

    Going out for drinks with my cousin is one of my favourite things in the world because not only she shows me some new, interesting places but I feel like I am in a completely different city when I am with her – she shows me some super unique bars that I have never...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat London, one month ago
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    Temakinho

    Is it possible to have more than one favourite restaurant? Because I have many. This place in particular, it is so original, unique and different to anything I have ever been to. It is one of those places that once you go once, you start to constantly krave their...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, one month ago
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    Tacito 18

    Tacito 18 has very recently opened near my Grandmother's house and i have never been more addicted to a restaurant that I am to this one. Every time I organize a meal with my boyfriend, my friends, and my family I try to bring them here. This restaurant really knows how...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, one month ago
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    Piazza Navona

    So today I would like to explain a bit about my favourite square in the whole of Rome. It is my favourite partly because of its beautifulness but mostly because of the history behind it. Every single part of it has some very interesting history behind it and I wanted to...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, one month ago
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    Vegetarian Lasagna

    So last night I made a vegatarian lasagna. I adore this dish as it is a lighter, healthier version than the usual meat lasagna. I remember my mother and I started making this when our family friends would come round and one lady is a vegetarian, therefore to not leave...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus recipes, one month ago
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    Lasagna

    Isn't lasagna just the best meal you could possibly have? it is by far one of my favorites and surely one of the most fun dishes to prepare. My mother taught me this dish when i was very young - I used to love helping her out assembling the lasagna. It may look like a...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus recipes, one month ago
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    Cocotte

    Having recently bought my new camera ( !!! ) all I wanted to do is take it for an adventure and explore my beautiful London. There’s something about getting a new camera that makes you want to see all the areas you have already seen just to retake photos of them. Well...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat London, one month ago
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    Fendi Exhibition

    Having a huge passion for the fashion world any museum or exhibition encompassing fashion is a must visit for me. In fact when I went to Florence the main museums I wanted to visit were the Salvatore Ferragamo and the Gucci – Which I will tell you about them in the...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, one month ago
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    Osteria del Sostegno

    The word “Sostegno” means support. The name of the restaurant recalls the support it gives of the antique building above the restaurant. It gives an idea of holding up and supporting the beautiful apartment building. Located near to the pantheon this charming little...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, one month ago

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