Live the Language: Paris, London, Barcelona

Posted on 07. Dec, 2011 by in Destinations, Europe Travel

I love myself a good travel video in the morning over tea. It’s such an inspirational start to my day… and that’s exactly what happened this morning. After stumbling over Albin Holmqvist‘s Live the Language videos on Vimeo, I couldn’t resist sharing them here.

The videos are part of Live the Language project, which aims to promote studying abroad and learning the local language. Even though I have no plan to return to school, I am in love with these videos!

 Live the Language - Paris


Live the Language - Barcelona


Live the Language - London

Have you studied abroad before? Did you know about the Live the Language videos? What’s your favorite?

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10 Responses to “Live the Language: Paris, London, Barcelona”

  1. linda

    07. Dec, 2011

    The videos are from EF School! I’m planning to go to London next year

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  2. Aww, the French one is so sweet! I’ll admit I watched them all :)

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  3. Laura

    09. Dec, 2011

    Cute! I discovered them a year ago or so. The Barcelona one is my favorite :)

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  4. These are lovely! Is it just me or are there so many awesome travel-related videos floating around recently??

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    • Marie

      19. Dec, 2011

      I think it has to do with the new popularity of time-lapse. And I will definitely not complain about all these dreamy videos! :-)

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  5. Unisse

    27. Jan, 2012

    These videos are so cuuuute! ♥

    I wish I could travel to Paris and learn French too! And Spanish from Barcelona! AND MORE LANGUAGES (till my brain bursts)

    Thanks for sharing this!

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    • Marie

      31. Jan, 2012

      You would actually learn Catalàn in Barcelona, though. But it’s really great to move to a new city and learn a foreign language!

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