Exactly 15,000 young Europeans will get to travel around the continent to #DiscoverEU for free this summer since EU is paying for train and bus tickets. But where to go and what to do?
Before going on a trip, you need a plan: take care of your travels documents and health requirements, come up with a sound itinerary, and check out discount cards, guides and online travel portals.
If you want to travel the world but have no budget for it then try working on an organic farm in Bolivia, being an au pair in France, taking a summer job in Australia, or volunteering abroad.
50.6% of young Europeans are learning at least two foreign languages, according to Eurostat. Find out how your trip abroad can help you improve your fluency.
Immersing yourself in local culture is the best way to make the most of your travels.
Would you like to study, work, do training or volunteer abroad? Start with Eurodesk! We have the expertise to tell you everything you need to know about international mobility opportunities.
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.
It’s all about European opportunities: you can choose among study, work, volunteering placements, traineeships or exchanges the one that would suit your situation.
Take a look at these useful tips that will make all your travelling around the EU and some of the neighbouring countries worry-free.
Packing correctly for your time abroad is a must, perhaps the most important item of all is your European Health Insurance Card which grants you access to healthcare across Europe.