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.
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!
Norway is an expensive country - be prepared so your budget will last longer.
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.
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.