A Few Tips for Short Trips

Need some help planning short trips? We’ve got you covered!Read more
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10 Books That Will Inspire You to Travel

Are you looking for an excuse to travel? Read these books and give yourself one!Read more
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Svalbard - the Northernmost Place for Your Studies

In a land far, far away, where polar bears run freely beyond the TV frame and the sun doesn’t set for four months in a row, there is an unexpectedly active student life. Would you dare to move there?Read more
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Rural tourism - hidden gems of Europe

London, Paris and Rome are on everyone’s bucket list - however, did you ever wonder what hides between those colourful patches of land while you’re flying over them to your urban dreamland?Read more
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Low-cost Travelling

Travel whenever you can. Don’t worry about the costs, try your best to make it work. Experience is far more valuable than money will ever be!Read more
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How to Survive Long Layovers at Airports

Every wanderluster is familiar with long layovers and sleepless nights at large, international airports. Here are some useful tips on how to turn a seemingly awful scenario into a worthwhile experience.Read more
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Top 10 Most Beautiful Islands in Europe

Are you looking for a place to visit this summer? Find out which ten destinations are a must-see for the warmest season of the year.Read more
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Travelling in the zero-waste world

Travelling is never good for the planet. Well... except for when you are hiking with a bag full of tree seeds and planting them all over the place… Doesn’t happen too often, right?Read more
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Travels, Environment

The beauty of Asia and the benefits of sunscreen

A thrilling travel story that could make you wipe away your post-Erasmus tears and pack for Asia right now!Read more
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Culture, Travels

The Emotional Cost of Travel

Amarens: "it’s not only a financial but also an emotional commitment; once you decide to go, you can never come back"Read more
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Enjoying a city’s nightlife is one of the key factors of studying abroad for many people, so finding the best student bars in your new city should be high on your Erasmus bucket list.
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Post-Erasmus Depression is something that is not talked about as much as it should be. Going on (or coming back from) exchange is terrifying, but even now there are ways to see the benefits of it and how you’ve grown as a human being!
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I was looking for a movie that represented both romance and the mobility aspect, so when I stumbled upon this masterpiece, I knew I had to write about it. It is a film about taking a chance and embracing life as it is - as an adventure.
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The UK government’s decision to abandon the Erasmus+ programme is disappointing news for many people, but even ignoring the emotional aspect, it still strikes me as an odd, illogical choice.
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They say that if it did not work out, it is a lesson learned. Considering how many things did not work out, there is a lot to learn.
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I joined ESN for a simple reason: to do more than studying. It has already been 4 years since that, and if someone had told me from the past what I could do thanks to this student organisation, I would have answered that they were entirely bonkers.

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