Category: Universidad Nebrija

Morocco: Tangier and Chefchaouen (The Blue City)

Hi everyone, I had such an amazing weekend. I went on a trip with CityLife to Morocco! I had my doubts and was skeptical at first, but it turn out to be an unforgettable experience. The worst part about the entire trip was the bus ride to the Tarifa, the southern tip of Spain, to ...

Keep Busy and Stay Calm

Hola amigos, Title and picture says it all. Schoolwork is starting to pile up. I have a few assignments to do, plus a bunch of chapters to read for my Novel class. I’ve been getting good grades so far, so that’s always a relief. I didn’t really know what to expect before I came, but I’ve ...

Study Abroad Tips

Hi everyone! I have been here for a little over 10 weeks now and it has been an incredible experience so far. I am content with my endurance and wanted to give some random tips to help you with your study abroad trip. I really hope this helps! Money – I brought about $400 in cash with me from ...

Raíces: País Vasco & France

Qué tal amigos, I had a very eventful weekend this past weekend. I went on a trip to the north of Spain, an autonomous region known as País Vasco, or Basque Country in English. Besides the terribly long ride back to Madrid (it is six hours away), the trip was awesome! I went with CityLife again ...

Raíces: Segovia

Hola amigos, I had a long weekend! There was no class on Halloween and the day after was All-Saints’ Days, a national holiday here in Spain. I considered taking a long weekend trip elsewhere in Europe but I ended up just staying home and relaxing for most of the weekend. I’ve been traveling almost every weekend, ...

Raíces: Universidad Nebrija II

Hi everyone, I want to dedicate this post to students considering study abroad at Nebrija. I will talk about the university, what it is like to study there and what my experience has been like thus far. I know almost all of my posts have been about my travels, so I hope to make this one more ...

Raíces: Andalucía II

Málaga Málaga is a port city 100 miles (160 km) south of Córdoba, about a two-hour drive. It is a beautiful city with amazing views, great food (especially fish) and nice people like everywhere else I’ve been in Spain. It was definitely worth the visit. Granada Granada is 78 miles (126 km) northeast of Málaga, ...