Some places speak for themselves Belmeken is the highest dam lake in Bulgaria and I could write more about the eerie fog which welcomed us there or about the Twilight Zone atmosphere of the road ahead of us, but sometimes a place simply speaks for itself. So I will just leave these photos here.
Science, art, outdoor activities and urban bliss: what more can you ask of one of Spain's trademark museum sports located at the end of the country's biggest urban park
Street art is an exciting form of artistic expression. Valencia is full of murals, painted facades and small graffiti winks at the casual traveller
Renting a bike and exploring a city on two wheels is one of the best travel experiences ever
Francesca Porzio is an Italian who fell in love with Spain and is now living and working (as a hostel owner) in the gorgeous city of Valencia
I am a travelling nerd. Apart from the joy of experiencing new places, I take great pleasure in learning more about the world in a deepr sense. How things funciton, what is the history of a certain place, why an exciting natural phenomennon looks this way? Biology was one of my all time favourite topics: especially when it comes to marine life. If it has to do with water, seas, oceans: I love it. So naturally: it was on my Bucket list to visit one of those great acquariums where you walk beneath the glass floor and can see all …
Craft beer culture is about discovering and enjoying new, original tastes and building a community of like-minded beer enthusiasts
Today the Lufthansa pilot Mario Bakalov made history as the first local pilot to land Airbus A380 in Bulgaria. The beautiful double-deck aircraft is the biggest passenger carrier in the world usually operating on transatlantic flights. Its symbolic landing in Bulgaria (outside of its usual route) marked the 104th anniversary of the Bulgarian Air force and Aviation.
This #ThrowbackThursday I’m having an Erasmus Flashback!… We are only a few weeks into the semester but it is starting to feel like I’ve been here for months. You know this feeling of time-wrapping when so many new things are happening that time seems to stretch like a happy lazy cat? Because it is dense with events, not because you are bored and the days are dragging… So here we are with the other Erasmus students: taking our first Italian lessons and enjoying the beauty of the language and the unfortunate equivalents of its words in other languages. Like curva (curve, turn), which …
What does it feel like to be an Erasmus Exchange student in Italy? Should you choose Macerata for this great student experience?