If you have read my previous post about my experience living in Troja Halls of Residence, then you’ll know that in the second semester of my Erasmus I moved out of halls and into a flat in the city centre.
Of course, the decision to live in a flat in the centre was an expensive one, but I made the personal decision that although it was a step up from the £120 I was spending in Halls, it was still significantly cheaper than anything I would pay in the UK.
The decision to move really changed my Erasmus experience, I was now living in a flat with four of my best friends and I could walk pretty much anywhere in a matter of minutes.
My daily walk to University was through Old Town Square. I would constantly be on my own, walking to Uni and would just feel so lucky that this is where I now lived.
Our flat was amazing, it was really spacious, I had my own bedroom (!!!), a huge kitchen, living room and a balcony that looked out onto the courtyard of this fancy hotel.
The decision to change accommodation was one of the best decisions I have made, I got to have the true Erasmus experience of totally being immersed in a new city, living with friends and just feeling so lucky that I got to study and live in this beautiful city.