Erasmus in Madrid unforgettable

3 Reasons why you’ll never forget your Erasmus in Madrid

It was one of the best experiences of my life. I entered college and signed up on my 2nd year for Erasmus Program. My focus was: Spain, Spain, Spain. Pues “se a ti te gusta a mi me encanta”. As soon as I knew I was accepted for Madrid I immediately scheduled a trip to know the city, the different areas and find a place to stay. Read more

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marco Uniplaces booking team

Marco Demma guides us inside the Uniplaces bookings team

To explain what the bookings team is all about, I have to explain why I joined Uniplaces in the first place. Rome was too small a city for me, so I decided to move. A lot. I lived all over Italy trying to discover the best place to settle down. From Parma to Siracusa, passing through Grosseto and other smaller cities in between. Read more

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best places to study in lisbon

10 best places to Study in Lisbon you need to know about

Exam season isn’t that far off and the all the usual spots are starting to get busy. If you’re looking for some cool new places to study in Lisbon, check out this short list with the 10 best quiet cafés and public spaces that are just perfect for studying! Read more

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catarina coutinho

Catarina Coutinho, True Blue Sales Superstar

I joined Uniplaces about 3 months ago. I was living abroad for 5 years and I had decided I wanted to come back and enjoy home for a change. I started by moving to New Zealand, (it was as far from Lisbon as possible!), and then I gradually came closer to home – first to Brazil, then a few cities in Europe. I’m finally here now.   Read more

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Uniplaces video Erasmus in Lisbon

Uniplaces video: your next adventure. Book it, live it.

When you pack your bags to go on an Erasmus, you feel like the next six or twelve months will be a long time. When you get there, it couldn’t be more different. Between your classes, your friends, a new country to explore, a culture to engage with, exams, parties, sleeping, parties, eating and parties, six months go by so quick that you’ll probably go home without even having seen half of the touristic stuff. Read more

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