The goal of the activity is encouraging Erasmus students to visit the Palace of the Parliament and giving them an opportunity to learn more about romanians history and culture, as well as its current political system. Additionally, visiting the Palace of the Parliament is a unique cultural experience and an opportunity to interact with locals and learn more about the country's traditions.
Visiting the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, Romania is a fascinating experience for Erasmus students. As the largest administrative building in the world, the Palace of Parliament is an architectural masterpiece, stunning inside and out, showcasing Romania's cultural heritage and history.
During their visit, Erasmus students can take a guided tour of the palace, which usually includes a visit to the main hall, meeting rooms and council halls. The guide tells you about the history and architecture of the building, as well as its importance in Romania's political system.
Erasmus students also have the opportunity to meet local lawmakers and political leaders, who can gain insight into Romania's current political climate and answer questions about the country's government and politics.
Overall, a visit to the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest was an enriching and memorable experience for Erasmus students, offering them a unique opportunity to learn more about Romania's history, culture and political system.