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Information about volunteering opportunities
Information about jobs, entrepreneurship, traineeships and holiday work
Education and training opportunities across Europe
Have your say about politics and society, and participate in Structured Dialogue
Arts and entertainment, science and innovation at your fingertips
Everything about your health, well-being and sports
Your rights and services to feel secure and safe
Discovering the world beyond Europe
Practical information about travelling in Europe
Lomakausi on käynnistymässä toden teolla, ja miljoonat eurooppalaiset suunnittelevat matkoja Euroopassa ja sen ulkopuolelle. Tähän on kerätty muutamia vinkkejä siitä, miten toimia ongelmatilanteissa.
USE-IT stands for no-nonsense tourist info for young people. USE-IT guides, maps, and websites are made by young locals, are not commercial, free, and up-to-date. Join the local USE-IT initiative or start a new one!
No matter where you are going and whom you are going with, being safe is essential. Check out these tips and make sure your journey abroad doesn't take a turn south.
Before going on a trip, you need to plan it: check out discount cards, travel guides and travelling portals.
Kun pakkaat laukkua Euroopan-matkaasi varten, muista ottaa mukaan myös eurooppalainen sairaanhoitokortti. Se takaa sinulle hoidon kaikissa EU-maissa, jos sairastut tai joudut onnettomuuteen.
It’s all about European opportunities: you can choose among study, work, volunteering placements, traineeships or exchanges the one that would suit your situation.
In summer the sun doesn’t go down at all so you cannot sleep and mosquitos are sucking you dry if you dare to go outside. In winter you have to be prepared like you were going on a polar expedition, if you don’t want to freeze to death.