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Sydney: The Ocean City with a hell of a View

Thinking about going to Sydney? Sarah Møller Christiansen has some ideas on where to go if you want to check out nice beaches, cafes, and landmarks such as Sydney's Opera House. So if you're into surfing, or watching surfers, and taking strolls on the coast then read what Sydney has to offer.

The best cafes to work or study at in Copenhagen

Most of us have experienced the problem of finishing our coffees and outstaying our welcome at a café. That's why we've put together a list of five, nice and "hyggelige" cafes in Copenhagen that are great to work or study at in Copenhagen.

Helsinki’s saunas await you

No matter what time of the year you go to Helsinki, remember to be prepared. The weather shifts faster than you can say snow, but don’t worry, you’ll always find a place to get warm again.

Washington D.C.: Go for a run with the big ones

Andrea Seminara went on exchange to the Land of the Free, and has collected a few go-to places and things to do in Washington D.C.. For instance, she recommends to take a run at the National Mall and say hi to Mr. Jefferson while you're there.

Melbourne: The coffee capital of the world?

If you love coffee, partying and people-gazing, Melbourne is the place to go. Mihika Deb went there on her exchange and gives you all the pro tips for the city Down-Under.

Budapest: The East-European jewel

Thinking about going to Eastern Europe? According to CBS-student Dávid Fülöp, Budapest has it all. Thermal pools, architectural history and plenty of places to find a hearty Hungarian meal.

Brussels: Moules Frites and the Belgian Eiffel Tower

Johanna Jacobsen had been to France many times, but wanted more of the Francophone livestyle. For that reason, she went to Brussels for her exchange and guides you the best Moules Frites and recommends to see a 102 metre tall steel construction.

Buenos Aires: Tango Ad Libitum and Crazy Drag Queens

BLC-student, Nanna Koch, moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina without knowing much about the South American metropolis. Now she considers herself a local and guides you to the best coffee, hangover lunch, charming Tango teachers and where to experience half-nude drags in shiny bikinis.

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