Sunday, August 25, 2019
It’s the season of giving all around the World, and the Christmas spirit can be felt in the US, in Germany, in the UK, and in Italy. All of these places have a variety of...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk5oKRHBHwsThis year Milan has been in the spotlight when it comes to new openings, I mean we’re looking at the first Italian Starbucks, the first Italian Five Guys, the first Italian Urban Outfitters. It almost...
You’ve finally made it, you’re on your way to visit Italy and you can’t wait to see all the amazing scenery, all the nature, the panoramas, the vistas and all the postcard scenes you have...
When I found out I had been accepted to study abroad in Florence, I immediately made a list of all the places I wanted to visit while I was in Europe. While of course, the...
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So, you want to be a businessperson. Fantasizing of closing million-dollar deals, 20-minute power naps, thousand-dollar suits, and every decision holding weight like a hundred-pound dumbbell, which will either gain you or lose you money...
Heya, so we were thinking if you’ve already started your semester you might be taking some days off and discovering the rest of Italy, so this is where we come in, as you’ve seen in...
Halloween just passed and now you’re sitting around with a hangover waiting for the next holiday to hit you with some rest, luckily for you today (yeah I’m writing this on the 1st of November)...
I just got back from Oktoberfest, and to be honest, I think I'm still on an Oktoberfest high. I don’t know that this article can even attempt to do justice to what is Oktoberfest. In...
Hey there StudentsVille readers we’ve come to the conclusion that you’re coming to Europe with the main intent of learning the language of the country you’re visiting. So this week why don’t we help you...
What to do in Bologna Bologna is Emilia-Romagna’s regional capital, and it’s historical importance to the country is seen from the beauty of its historical center. Founded by the Etruscans in the 6th century, it continued...