Team Blue

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Team blue in Zagreb: Experiencing Hungarian/Croatian Border

May 05, 2016

By Hanna Polishchuk Everything seemed wonderful at the beginning, but as soon as we approached the Hungarian-Croatian border, the tension began to rise. We thought it is just another ticket control, but the woman asked for the passport. So, we gave our documents to her. The Italian one was turned back quite fast but when […]

Two Polish Students, Boguslawa and Daniel, About The Borders in Europe

May 03, 2016

Travelling to Poland, Team Blue from Europe on Track 3 got the chance to interview many young people on important issues about European borders and the situation with refugees. Let’s see what results they got! Two Polish students, Boguslawa, 23, and Daniel, 26, agreed to answer our questions. Both of them have travelled abroad and took […]

Team Blue: Hungary is not as closed as we think nowadays!

May 01, 2016

By Hanna Polishchuk One more long train journey directly from Warsaw to the capital of Hungary was ahead of us. However, with Interrail trains it was comfortable and light. This time we decided to sleep in the train almost all the way to get more energy for the evening. Agi from AEGEE-Budapest met us in the […]

Poland Opens Its Doors to Team Blue!

Apr 28, 2016

By Hanna Polishchuk Early in the morning we departed from Prague to Warsaw. This time we did not have as many stops as before, only one, in Ostrava, a small Czech city. We decided to try to interview people in the train station but they were not very open for the conversation. Nevertheless, before getting on […]

Team blue: Stop 1, Prague, Czech Republic

Apr 25, 2016

By Hanna  Polishchuk Prague is an intercultural, young city full of opportunities and contrasts. It is filled with the spirit of tourists and international students. As we discovered, it is not easy to find local people in the heart of the capital: you never know who you are going to meet! Italians, Polish, Spanish, German, […]