Europe provides countless opportunities for young people to travel, learn and meet new people, often for little or no cost! Rebecca Connolly took an unplanned gap year and shares her tips on how to travel and see the world.
Some brief but essential tips to consider before setting off on a journey.
You’re young, you want to travel, but you’ve got a lot of questions. Where should I go? What should I do when I get there? It’s difficult to know where to begin. Read on for some ideas that we’ve compiled on getting abroad.
On average 50.6% of young Europeans were learning at least two foreign languages in 2012, according to the Youth Monitor. In the UK this was only 4.4% in 2012. Find out how your trip abroad can help you learn and improve your fluency.
Immersing yourself in local culture is the best way to make the most of your travels.
Before going on a trip, you need a plan: check out discount cards, travel guides and online travel portals.