One-way ticket to my Erasmus life

One-way ticket to my Erasmus life

Have you ever dreamt about buying a one-way ticket to a new destination? I do and I did it! Thanks to my willing to disappear a little in the world, I applied to Erasmus+ Programme, a scholarship at a foreign university. Where? At the University of Łódź. A university in the city with the same name and in the country with a lot of rain, Poland. Łódź is one of the biggest city in Poland with a lot of international students. Like most of the people say, it’s a student city. As I arrived in this city, I couldn’t realize

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Don’t read this if you hate Romania

This article is not for those who hate Romania because they might change their thoughts and I think I want to be responsible for that. Romania is full of secret, unpopular places with wild nature in its Carpathian mountain range. It has fortresses and castle, for example, Peles Castle, Bran Castle famous for the Dracula tale from Transilvania, Rasnov Fortress, Fagaras Fortress and many other. My country has its beauty, but few people appreciate what they have or what Romania could give. In this article, I will write about a little piece of Romania namely Brasov county. A county that

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5 Reasons why you’ll love Venice

  Have you ever planned a trip in detail but when you arrive there you forget the plan and let the instinct guide you through the city? Well, this happens to me frequently, so in Venice. Although we had lists of attractions and a room on Grand Canal, next to the Central station, nothing of this happens. All changed at the moment we arrived there.  But every cloud has a silver lining. Without it, I couldn’t let myself surprised by this beautiful city. Now let me present you some of the reasons I sincerely love Venice. 1.Gelato It’s a must

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How to fall in love with Amsterdam

I fell in love with Amsterdam in the right moment when I left the Central Station. I looked back and saw this huge and full of architecture building standing right in the centre of Amsterdam. After this short moment of “wow” I went to the accommodation. I couldn’t wait to get rid of all the luggage and start walking through this amazing city where I felt like it really needs to be discovered. I left home with a list of tourist attractions and plans, but at the end of this city break, I didn’t really stick to the plan, but

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Paris, a city for young adults and above

My first and the last trip in Paris was when I was 15 years old and for me, it wasn’t what I expected to be. My aunt and I took a city break to Paris at the beginning of September 2012. Back then, I classified the city of lights as my favourite city in Europe. I saw a lot of French movies, I loved the romantic atmosphere that Paris gives you, the Eiffel Tour, the French music alongside the Senna and it doesn’t stop here. But in reality wasn’t like that. For my age, wasn’t romantic at all, especially in

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