Venezia e unica!

This is just a small glimpse of how much Venice has to offer. Having spent 3 days in the Venetian lagoon, I didn't have enough time to see everything in the area. I highly recommend it as a weekend get-away, nonetheless if you want to travel around the somewhat lesser known islands of Murano, Burano,... Continue Reading →

European Parliament gets creative

Do you feel there is something missing in your life? This is a recent promotional video by the European Parliament aimed at encouraging students across the continent to take part in the Erasmus exchange programme. Watch this video and don't hesistate to get erasmussed today! 🙂 For me, going to Madrid for six months to... Continue Reading →

The City of Brussels and its wonders

Since I have lived in Luxembourg for the past year or so, whose central location allows one to easily travel to Europe's various capitals, about a month ago, it was Brussels' turn to be discovered and indulged in. Despite only spending a weekend in the Comic City or the European Capital as you are mostly... Continue Reading →

The Bock Casemates

When crowds flock to Luxembourg's capital, the Casemates are always featured on their to-do list. However, little is known about the origins of the old fortress that hasn't ceased to protect the city and its people over the centuries. On Monday afternoon, I decided to go inside the casemates, a place that is thought to... Continue Reading →

Wintertime in Luxembourg

Photo Copyrights: Roxana Mironescu 2013 Caisse d'Epargne-Main headquarters Pont Adolphe Old Gate on Rue Large, Old City Somewhere in Bonnevoie Kirchberg at a glance Grund (Unesco World Heritage) The view over the bridge Place Guillaume Times stood still in Ville de Luxembourg Lion statue by the City Hall Abbaye Neumunster (Grund) Grand Ducal Palace, City... Continue Reading →

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