borderless Europe

Last Stop of Team Blue: Naples, the City of Strong Opinions

Sep 13, 2016

By Hanna Polischuk And the trip of the Team Blue is coming to an end. Arriving to the port of Naples by ferry, also provided by InterRail as well as all the trains before, the feeling of the ultimate destination made us feel a bit sad. Anyway, one more local was awaiting, so we started our […]

To Schengen or not to Schengen, that’s the question!

Aug 15, 2016

By Chikulupi Kasaka From the 11th to the 13th  of May 2016, Team Red from Europe on Track 3 occupied Udine land in Italy. The team had quite a good experience despite the rainy weather. On the 11st May, upon arriving at Udine train station, we received warm hugs from Davide and the team of AEGEE-Udine, that […]

What do Greeks think about a borderless Europe and the refugee crisis?

Jul 16, 2016

By Hanna Polischuk The next stop where we experienced the refugee problem and raised the question about the borderless Europe was Greece. We asked some students, whom we met in Athens and Patras, for their opinions. Most of our respondents have already been travelling around Europe either for holidays or for education and cultural exchanges. Many […]

Team Blue Is in the Country of Democracy

Jul 08, 2016

By Hanna Polischuk After such a warm hospitality of the three Turkish cities that we visited, it was hard to leave the country so soon. However, our route was already planned, and two wonderful Greek locals were waiting for us Our first stop in this country was Athens, the city of the famous Acropolis, democracy, […]

Same questions, different people

Jul 04, 2016

By Hanna Polischuk Travelling from one Turkish city to another, we discovered that not all the young people see Europe and its current issues in the same way. However, there is a strong wish to become a part of Europen from the youth perspective. Below you will see the current problems the country is experiencing […]

Imagine there’s no borders – Team Blue in Turkey

Jun 12, 2016

By Hanna Polischuk Our travel continued. We were heading directly from Bulgaria to Turkey. In the train we met young people from New Zealand and Spain. What a surprise! The trip became more interesting, especially when we began the discussion about borders. Rosa was going to Turkey because her Schengen visa was finishing, and Cesar, […]

Team Red in Barcelona exploring youth mobility!

May 25, 2016

By Chikulupi Kasaka Team Red arrived in Barcelona in the wake of Monday 9th May 2016 from A Corña through the overnight Interrail train. Upon arrival, our hosts Aegee-Barcelona came to pick us up and took us to our accommodation at St. Christopher’s’ Inn Hostel. In the evening of the same day, the team had […]

Interviewing at the Bulgarian-Turkish Border

May 23, 2016

By Hanna Polishchuk On our way from Bulgaria to Turkey we met again one boy that travelled with us in the same train just a couple of days ago from Serbia. We decided to introduce each other and to ask him about the trip. César Perales is a 25-year-old EVS volunteer from Spain currently living […]

Team Red in A Coruña: United in Diversity?

May 13, 2016

By Chikulupi Kasaka Team Red of Europe on Track 3 arrived in A Coruña, Spain at 11am on 7th May 2016 with the best train experience. Thanks to Interrail for making it a real once-in-a-life experience! AEGEE-A Coruña warmly welcomed the team and offered us a nice time to relax and get ready for the […]

More unity, more solidarity, more European identity

May 09, 2016

By Hanna Polishchuk During our stop in Hungary, we had the opportunity to ask young people what they think about the European Union, borders and the refugee crisis. We would like to share with you some interesting answers we received from Péter Sczigel, 22, Hungarian, Student and the President of AEGEE-Budapest and Màtè Bàlint, 24 […]