During the Master programme students will visit  four  cities of Europe: Bilbao, Budapest, Verona and Vilnius. This information will help to get known it.

  • Bilbao

Bilbao is the heart of a metropolis with a population of more than a million people. It is the driving force of social and economic development and it is the main factor in the modernisation of the Gulf of Biscay. Ambitious architectural, and general infrastructure projects have fuelled the urban and financial regeneration of the city. The Guggenheim Museum; the Euskalduna Concert Hall and Convention Centre; the underground, built by Norman Foster; the airport, built by Calatrava; the new tram and the projects by architects such as Arata Isozaki and Cesar Pelli are all examples of the overwhelming vitality that permeates Bilbao. Situated in the Territory of Bizkaia, the city is surrounded by fertile landscapes, with forests, mountains, beaches, and steep coasts, that make Bilbao an excellent destination for any traveller.
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Bilbao map

  • Budapest

Budapest or as many people call it the „Paris of Eastern Europe”, is a fascinating city and in the same time the capital of Hungary. The history, architecture as well as the flair in the city is unique. A visit in Budapest is a must for everybody as it is fun, cultural education and excitement in one trip.
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Budapest map Connections

  • Verona

Verona is the city of the most famous lovers in history: Romeo and Juliet. But Verona has much more to offer. The city’s real and multi-layered history, meanwhile, is more interesting, and apparent everywhere you turn. From the Romans to Mussolini via an unlikely 4th-century African patron saint, and the great artists and architects of the Renaissance, Verona’s streets, houses, churches and piazzas combine to tell the fascinating story of this small, but hugely significant, northern Italian city. It is one of the cities that has better preserved its artistic heritage in Italy.
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How to reach Verona and getting around…

The town of Verona is situated in Veneto, north of Italy. Verona is easily reachable by plane, train or car. To get around in town, AMT bus service is also available.

By plane

“Valerio Catullo” International airport is situated in Villafranca, 10 km far from the centre of Verona. A special APT bus-shuttle connects the airport to Verona Porta Nuova railways station.

Other International airports not far from Verona are:

- Orio al Serio International Airport - Bergamo
- Aeroporto di Brescia – Montichiari
- Marco Polo International Airport – Venezia
- Malpensa International Airport – Milano
- Aeroporto di Linate – Milano
- Aeroporto di Treviso 

By train

Verona is situated on two main railway lines, Milan-Venice and the Brenner-Bologna. The National Railways (“Ferrovie dello Stato”) arrange expensive and fast trains (Intercity, Eurocity, Eurostar) as well as cheaper and slower trains. The central station of Verona is: Stazione Verona Porta Nuova.

Tourist information
Comune di Verona: 
TOURIST INFORMATION APT (Azienda Promozione Turistica)

Verona map

  • Vilnius

Today, Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is one of the most frequently visited cities of Eastern Europe. It draws attention, not only because of its unique architectural character, but also by its cultural events and attractions. A variety of business, political and cultural meetings are held there. Vilnius is attractively presented at international tourism exhibitions and co-operation between many capitals of Europe is promoted. 
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Vilnius map