Being an Erasmus student in Lisbon

Being an Erasmus student in Lisbon

Why I choosed Lisbon for my internship. The reason is why I choosed here, Lisbon has very colorful, friendly and warmly energy among the European capitals tough in winter.

Winter in Lisbon

Winter in Lisbon

When you visit Lisbon in the winter, you get the best of both worlds. All of the amazing sites in one of Europe's most popular cities, but for a lower price and with fewer people.

To Portugal for Erasmus exchange

To Portugal for Erasmus exchange

Interest in Portugal appeared in my life thanks to the wonderful people I met during the first year of my studies. At the University of Physical Education I met many foreign students who came to Krakow for student exchange, including The Portuguese.

What can you do outside of Lisbon?

What can you do outside of Lisbon?

If you hear about Lisbon the first what comes to your mind is sightseeing of beautiful monuments or cities, sunbathing, trying the local cuisine in the presence of good Portuguese wine.

Jardim da Estrela

Jardim da Estrela

The mysterious Jardim da Estrela (Star Garden) most of a all, a garden for people - a place that we can experience, not just visit because recreation in Portuguese has many name.

The church without the roof (part 1)

The church without the roof (part 1)

The red roofs are the crowns of the seven? Lisbon hills, but paradoxically it is the lack of roof that makes the former Carmelite Church one of the most fascinating objects in the Portuguese capital.

Gastronomist school in Lisbon

Gastronomist school in Lisbon

Portugal? We have always wanted to implement a project here. We even found a partner company willing to organize it, we even went on a preparatory visit. But… it didn't work out. Fortunately, during the same visit we met girls from MBC Portugal.

Longing called saudade

Longing called saudade

The Portuguese describe themselves as a 'nation of gentle customs'. It's the country in which we can find spontaneous sympathy, great patience and reflexivity.

Breakfast in Portugal

Breakfast in Portugal

The Portuguese breakfast every time are sweet. Given the right dose of caffeine, our Mr.João travels through a sweet galaxy of sugar, egg yolks, filo pastry paper, almonds and cream. He finds a lot of sweets in Portugal.

Casa do Alentejo

Casa do Alentejo

Seeing, for the first time, the immensity of oriental mosaics, lace arches and figurine stucco, we are overwhelmed by the impression that we have moved to the Land of the Thousand and One Night.

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