Operating on a student budget means succumbing to the pop-tarts, popcorn, and ramen diet every once in awhile (yeah, mom, I lied about eating my vegetables). You’re no stranger to scrimping, scraping, and saving every single one of those student coupon books, or taking advantage of flashing that perfectly laminated student I.D. around to save a buck here and there— so, why should travel be any different? It shouldn’t! So save that money and spend it on something else because we’re here to help you get some cheap international flights. Read More
Studying abroad is a once in a lifetime experience, yet just under ten percent of graduates study abroad. The ability to travel overseas offers lots of opportunities for personal growth, independence, and learning. It can also have a positive impact on your future career and long-term goals. Read More
The U.S. has the largest number of international students enrolled in its universities (more than 1,000,000). Over 5% of the students studying in the U.S. are foreign students studying abroad in the U.S. This number is growing every year! Read More
Every traveler will find something great to see in Europe. For those who travel on a college budget, it also has a wide variety of places with tasty cuisine, stunning architecture, and beautiful nature. The Old World has a lot to offer to tourists regardless of the country one chooses to visit. But where do you go? Read More
New Zealand is an incredibly beautiful country and Auckland is an incredibly amazing city. However, once you leave the city life of the North Island and head south, you’ll soon find yourself questioning why you spent so much time in the city. New Zealand’s South Island is easily rated the more beautiful of the two islands. Read More
The city of Tallinn was previously just a small town inside the vast Soviet Empire. Now, Tallinn is a modernized beacon of Capitalism in the Baltics. Tallinn hit me as a calm and peaceful city during my visit to two cities in Estonia, Tallinn, and Paldiski. Read More
There’s an intriguing charm about Amsterdam’s reflective canals and winding stone lanes. The sounds of the city are enchanting; ringing bike bells, local chatter, and music flowing out of open cafes. In fact, it’s so intriguing that it’s easier than usual to lose yourself among streets that are seemingly identical and wind up on the other side of the city in about 25 minutes. We say this because that’s exactly what happened to us (more than once) in this unique town.