Life in Mexico City never stops, let alone at night. Discover the trendy places in the main colonies of Mexico City and explore the wide variety of options they offer to enjoy the nightlife that this city has: bars, nightclubs, discos… You’ll find everything!
In this “Best neighbourhoods for students guide” you will find which is the area that suits you best! Are you wondering where to live during your studies or new job? Whether you are looking for your apartment or room for rent, just keep reading to find out which neighbourhood in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, London and Boston would suit you
Although Harvard offers accommodation on campus, many students choose to live off campus for several reasons such as having more freedom or being able to live with their friends or partners. However, Boston is such an expensive city that finding accommodation can become quite challenging, but don’t worry… We have written the definitive housing guide
Once you choose where do you want to study abroad the second key point is where do you want to live. There are mainly three options: Shared Flats, Complete Apartment, or Student Halls. In this post we give you 5 reasons why you may choose living in a Student Hall once you move to London!
Hey! Are you new to Spanish culinary art and the terms ‘montadito’, ‘tapa’ or ‘caña’ sound like Greek to you? Then, this is the right article for you! Follow our guide to the nice, pretty and cheap bars in Valencia and you will become an expert! First of all, what are tapas and montaditos? In
Who is Helena Ecija? I am an illustrator and letterer from Madrid, both myself and my work is upbeat and cheerful. The detailed illustration of letters is my passion and I work mainly in the toy industry, products and in the editorial and advertising world. When did you realise what you wanted to be? Right
1. For them their village festivals are simply the best in the world and they will keep inviting you over just so they can prove it. 2. Even if they’re on an Erasmus in Finland, at a party they will still put ice in their drink no matter what. 3. You’ll find them extremely happy
Renting a room is one of the toughest and most important things every exchange student faces. Finding a room I like, within the budget I have and sharing the flat with students who I’m comfortable living with is a real challenge itself. Imagine doing that in a city I’ve never been to, with barely any