The Redován hostel is the base of a group of Erasmus students from 4 European countries
Redován 06/13/2017. Redován is until next Saturday the base of operations of a group of 25 students of the Erasmus + exchange program. They come from Poland, Lithuania, Hungary and Spain, and have chosen the town to stay and spend some days of coexistence that from the City Council extend to all neighbors and neighbors of the municipality, especially the youngest. The group, composed of 25 boys and girls, visited the Redovan Consistory at noon, where they were received by the mayor, Emilio Fernández, who has been accompanied by several council members of the government team.
The first mayor has welcomed you and has wanted that his stay in Redován will serve to know the municipality “and can always keep it in his memory as a great youth experience, as well as visit again when the time goes by.” The Council of Sports of the City Council of Redován has been responsible for managing the arrival of this group that is hosted in the shelter and that as indicated by its responsible, “have all the facilities at your disposal, including the pool.”
The group’s agenda is tight because they plan to visit several nearby cities, but they will always go back to sleep at Redován, where it is also planned to visit the shops and establishments. Emilio Fernández has appealed to “the hospitality of our town, which will make people feel involved in this experience as if they were at home.” Erasmus has urged Redován to meet and enjoy all its attractions.