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Lucrezia Worthington

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

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  • Blog

    Get to know Madrid in 3 Days

    Day 1 Breakfast Start your day with one of my top breakfast choices. Federal Café is a calm little place located in Plaza de las Comendadoras and they offer an extensive list of breakfast options varying from toasts such as brioche with maple syrup, pears and ricotta,...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Madrid, 6 months ago
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    Healthy restaurants in Madrid

    Now that summer is almost approaching, there is nothing better than having lunch sitting outside in the sunshine. However I find that every time I eat out, I end up by putting on so much weight because I eat a lot of tapas and mediterranean dishes full of carbs so I...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Madrid, 6 months ago
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    Top Brunches in Madrid

    I find the idea of brunches confusing because I am someone who absolutely needs to have her breakfast as soon as she gets up or she will not function. Therefore for me a brunch is basically lunch, just a lighter and healthier version? Unless of course you go to the...

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    Top Rooftop Bars in Madrid

    Gymage I don’t even know where to start with this place. Gymage is everything, it ranges from a hairdresser and beauty salon, to a protein stand, to an organic supermarket, to a theatre, to a gym and to a rooftop bar and restaurant. You could literally spend every day...

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    Where to eat in Madrid.

    El Perro y la Galleta This was the first (and second) restaurant I came to when I arrived to Madrid. I was staying in the hotel called Petit Palace Savoy Alfonso XII and the restaurant is located at a ten-minute walk from this hotel in Calle de Claudio Coello 1. The...

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    Lilli

    Located in the heart and sole of Rome, Lilli is one of the best roman trattorias that exist. A trattoria is a classic roman restaurant that is very easy and casual, who doesn’t pay much attention to the décor. Instead all their attention goes to their cooking and the...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, 6 months ago
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    Il desiderio preso per la coda

    Il Desiderio Preso per la Coda is a hidden restaurant located in Rome’s old town centre amongst the little alleys. The hidden aspect really makes of this place an undiscovered treasure, unknown by many. However the idea of the restaurant arose in 1986, where the...

    by Lucrezia in Where to eat Rome, 6 months ago
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    Erasmus in Madrid

    Accomodation I like to think of my self as a pretty organized individual, and I thought in some way moving into Switzerland proved that. However arriving in Madrid proved that I was completely the opposite. I thought I had everything under control, I moved to Madrid the...

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    Top 10 Things to see in Madrid

    Templo de Debod    The Temple of Debod is situated just minutes away from the Palacio real, and it is an Egyptian temple that dates back to the 2ndCentury BC. It was built in Egypt and the chapel was dedicated to the god Amun and the goddess Isis. When the Aswan Dam...

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    Mozzarella di Bufala

    I don’t know about you but one of my favourite Italian, or should I say a Neapolitan speciality is a gigantic mozzarella di Bufala. This is not just any mozzarella, it is one that as soon as you cut open the milk trickles out and there are no words to describe the...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus recipes, 6 months ago
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    Top 10 Things to do in Naples

    Naples really is an underrated city. It is fascinating in its historical and cultural heritage. When visiting Naples however you must be sure to do all of these things to make the most out of your trip. Climb Mount Vesuvius Mount Vesuvius is one of the very few...

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    What to see in Naples

    I am sure most of you are aware of the common stereotypes Naples holds. However the first time I set foot in Naples completely changed my perspective on these stereotypes. Mostly because nowadays the city has changed; it is cleaner and safer and above all you come to...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Naples, 6 months ago
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    Neapolitan Delicacies

    Born as Parthenope and later on renamed Neapolis in Ancient Greek times, Naples is among the oldest and most actively, continuously inhabited cities in Europe and the world. Founded in the eighth century BC, Napoli has lived through the Greek, Roman Empires, the...

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    Baroque Art

    Baroque style is probably my favourite form out of all. This is because I am someone who really pays attention to detail so when it comes to art and architecture the buildings that attract me the most are the complicated ones full of little details. It is said that the...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Porto, 6 months ago
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    Top 10 things to do in Oporto

    In this post I want to share with you ten things I think you must do when in Oporto. A couple of them might include indulging in simple pleasures such as a gigantic ice cream, whilst others aim to take a break from the usual sightseeing.   Have breakfast in café...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Porto, 6 months ago
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    Top 10 things to see in Oporto

    Oporto is a beautiful little city filled with art, history and culture and of course all of it is worth discovering; however I put down the ten things that really stood out for me when I was in Oporto and that I think are worth giving priority to. Rua das flores Take a...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Porto, 6 months ago
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    Pasta with Artichokes and Courgettes

    The good thing about being an Italian is that pasta runs though our blood. Therefore cooking pasta is something completely normal in our everyday life, but as you can imagine always making the same pasta can turn out boring. Therefore I am always trying out new recipes...

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    The History of Oporto

    The history of Porto dates back thousands of years to the eighth century B.C. when the first inhabitants chose to remain in this area due to vicinity of the Douro River. The river itself was an important source of food both directly through fishing and because the...

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    Where to Eat in Porto

    Breakfast Café Majestic Café Majestic is a classic, historic and artistic café located on Rua de Santa Clara. It has been listed down as Europe’s best destination in 2017. The thing I love the most about this café is it’s complicated design and architecture;...

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    3 Day Tourguide of Oporto

    Some people say that Oporto is easily done in one day, however if you want to see Porto inside out, then follow this 3 day tour guide to the city and rest assured you will have experienced culture, museums, good food and relax all in three days. Day 1  Breakfast: Start...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Porto, 6 months ago
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    The Yeatman

    Awarded the Best Boutique Hotel in Portugual at The World Travel Awards, Nominated the best accommodation in 2015, the Yeatman is a spectacular five star hotel located in the southern part of Oporto. The Yeatman has a wide range of different rooms and suites, starting...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Porto, 6 months ago
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    Porto Palacio Congress Hotel & Spa

    After spending days on Booking.com looking for a hotel in Porto, we came across Porto Palacio Congress Hotel & Spa. From the photos this hotel looked really interesting; but what attracted me the most was the rooftop bar located on the eighteenth floor of the hotel....

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    Where to stay in Rome - Hotel Cecile

    Location of the Hotel Finding a hotel in Rome can always be quite challenging, especially considering that Rome can be slightly pricy when it comes to high quality hotels close to the centre. What ever you do I can only advise to stay away from the area of Termini, as...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Rome, 7 months ago
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    Where to Stay in Grand Canaria

    If you are studying in Madrid then it could not be easier to organize a weekend getaway and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city into the peace and quiet of the Canary Islands. Well if you are in Madrid on your Erasmus then you are in luck, the flights from...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Maspalomas, 7 months ago
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    Where to stay in Geneva - Auberge Communale Genève

    After having spent 6 months in Geneva, it was time to pack up my bags and leave for my six-month Erasmus adventure in Madrid. I  may have slightly miscalculated my length of days in terms of rent so I ended up by having to book a hotel for the last couple of days of my...

    0 by Lucrezia in Erasmus blog Geneva, 7 months ago

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