Sandra, our journalist-hearted Spanish correspondent with dancing feet, is known to give really helpful advice. In today’s blogpost, she explains the easiest way to make the most of Madrid – even if you’ve only arrived. So – are you new in Madrid and looking for advice? Read on! Read more
The London neighbourhood St Pancras is where you’ll find the college of fashion’s Central St Martins campus (a part of the University of the Arts London) . It has been a traveller’s hub for centuries. Large hotels, busy roads and two of the largest and most important train stations in England were St Pancras’ main landmarks. These two train stations are all that most tourists see. But there is a lot just around the corner in this promising neighbourhood!
Thousands of international students go to study in London every year. In 2011, according to UKCISA, over 100,000 students were studying in London alone. That’s over a quarter of all international students in the UK. And a lot of them need a Study Visa to study here. Do you?
Santos is Lisbon’s favourite party neighbourhood among young people. It is also where IADE (Lisbon’s institute of Visual Arts, Marketing and Desing) is based so it’s a great neighbourhood for design students. Creative, quirky, lively and fun-loving, the Santos neighbourhood has a great atmosphere during the day and really comes alive at night. We’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: Santos is the neighbourhood in Lisbon for dancers and designers.
It seems just like yesterday that we were launching our platform to book student accommodation in Madrid. This week we’re happy to say we’re rolling on to offer student accommodation in Valencia as well! That’s right: