My 10 Secrets to Affording Spring Break in Europe (as a Student!) Coming back to college after 13 days in Europe everyone asked me, “how do you afford to travel so much?!” This post reveals the secrets to exactly how I afforded spring break in 8 European countries and how you can use the secrets for your trip! THE SECRETS Cheap Flights Being Flexible Not always eating out Not Overpaying for Train Tickets Using Public Transpiration Stay in AirBnBs Book in Advance Don’t Check Luggage Only Buy Tiny Things Start Saving Early HOW TO USE THE SECRETS TO SPRING BREAK IN EUROPE 1 CheapRead More →

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Don’t stop your education to travel. Instead, do your homework at a Parisian cafe! Easily experience the world through travel as a full time student in online classes! Why Not Study Abroad? If you want to travel for a semester, study abroad is much more expensive than remaining at your current institution and arranging your own accommodation. Is your main goal is to stay on track with your degree? Study abroad programs sometimes hold you back from completing your degree on time. In addition, if you chose to travel as a full time student in online classes, you will have a flexible class schedule! So you canRead More →






Vienna, Austria is an amazing European travel destination for its history, art, music, and progressive culture. But how to do you get around?! Unfortunately, Google Maps doesn’t give navigation directions for public transportation in Vienna(as of January 2017). However, the maps app does show a map of the public transportation lines and names of stops (which is a plus)! Here’s a step by step guide on how to use cheap, convenient public transportation in Vienna known as “Wiener Linien” How to buy your tickets for Transportation in Vienna: Find a ticket station to buy your pass The 24, 48, and 72 hour passes are very convenient! ApproachRead More →






If you could triple the length of your stay for FREE, would you? Did you know that hostels around the world are willing to give you a free place to stay, sometimes even a stipend, for a few days of work a week? That is why you should consider hostel jobs to extend your travels without extending your wallet! How Hostel Jobs Work: Hours per Week/Days Off The hostels will tell you how many hours a week you are required to work and how many days you have off. Use this to decide between different hostel jobs in the same city! Minimum – Maximum StaysRead More →






Do you want to travel for college credit? Yes! But you don’t want to pay huge study abroad fees to attend classes instead of exploring the world! Here’s how to travel for college credit and never attend a class or pay for tuition while abroad! Travel in a Country with a Different Language By exploring a country who has a different language than your own, you will pick up on the language so much quicker than if you were sitting in a class room! Study Abroad requires that you pay tuition in addition to housing and other fees, which can stack up quickly! By simplyRead More →






Experience a new culture, and get paid! This summer I lived and worked in France for 2 months! How? I was an Au Pair! Not many Americans do this, but nearly every European girl I met had/was! So how do you become one? FIND AN AGENCY I went through Interexchange who then paired me with a family who used Europair. Please note I am not sponsored by Interexchange.  I recommend using an agency that will give you support if it is your first time (especially if it is your first time going out of your home country). Interexchange supported me so well, but did so atRead More →






Heading to France? Train is by far the best way to travel around the country, with  no baggage restrictions, flexible times, comfortable trains, and cheap fares! Here’s how to do it! Buying a Ticket 1. SNCF Société nationale des chemins de fer français OR “National society of French railways” SNCF runs all trains throughout France, including regional and high speed. You can book train travel outside of France as well! You can buy tickets directly from their conveniently translatable website here. Some trains require an E-Ticket, which can be presented off of your SNCF mobile app that you should download here before going to France!Read More →