Studying abroad is a fantastic experience but it can be tricky to know which country and which city to pick. If you’re thinking of heading to university in the UK or Ireland, London and Dublin are the first two places you should consider, because they’re the capitals. Luckily, we’ve got all the details on both cities, helping you decide on the best one for you. Read More
Northern Italy’s tourism is dominated by Venice in the east and Milan in the west, with people occasionally paying a visit to Verona in between. Often overlooked due to the popularity of southern Italy with Puglia, Amalfi Coast, and of course, Sicily, or the central Tuscany region, there are plenty of towns worth visiting in northern Italy. So why not ditch the crowded south and escape to the cool north?
It seems like just yesterday Denae was packing for her 90 day Snap Gap trip. Now she has already traveled throughout Japan as she begins her journey all over the world. See where she believe is the best place for a day trip from Tokyo. Come back to our travel blog in the future for more updates from Denae.
When you think of a warm getaway, some of the first destinations that come to mind are Cancun, Miami, Panama City Beach, South Padre Island, and Punta Cana. Break free from these mainstream cities and see why Puerto Rico offers an unbeatable experience for a vacation that’s outside-the-box. Read More
Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity for you to get out of your comfort zone and broaden your experience and knowledge. Besides studying, you might want to gain some non-academic experiences. Here are some tips to get the most out of your semester abroad: Read More
Millennials Aren’t Worried About Security Queues; Just Safety
Over 90 percent of travelers think that airport security lines longer than 10 minutes are unacceptable. To avoid long security lines, 740,000 travelers are now enrolled in the TSA’s “Precheck” program. Travelers deemed as “low risk” that pay $85 and undergo a background check can move through an expedited security screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints. This screening allows passengers to keep their belts, lightweight jackets and shoes on and keep their laptops in their carry on bags while moving through the security screening process. Read More