Flights In Europe
Cheap student flights in Europe
Whether you’re studying abroad or visiting, the eclectic Europe is a continent that you’ll never see enough of–but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try! Europe is unique because it contains so many different countries, cultures and historic cities that are all within one cheap flight away from each other. You’ll never run out of things to explore while in Europe!
A visit to Europe can mean lots of things. It can mean visiting the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre in France, seeing Buckingham Palace in England, experiencing the wonder of the ancient Colosseum or the beautiful Amalfi Coast in Italy, or having some late nights in Ireland pubs. The list certainly doesn’t stop there, with Europe containing 50 different countries, all with their own history, attractions and cuisine. Don’t make the mistake of spending all of your time in Europe in one country (or worse, one city) when there is so much more to experience! It’s rare to be so near to a variety of cultures–and with our cheap student fares, there’s no excuse for missing out!
Top European Destinations
London: London has a nearly endless list of landmarks and attractions for visitors to enjoy (it is London, after all!). Why not swing by Buckingham Palace and say ‘hey’ to some royalty? How about a sunset cruise down the River Thames? Don’t forget the London Eye, Big Ben, Hyde Park or the famous Tower of London. London has lots of different neighborhoods with their own personalities, so bring comfortable shoes and explore! Unless, of course, the iconic red double decker buses are more your speed. Also...fish and chips. Enough said.
Paris: Eiffel Tower. Obviously. But Paris is so much more than its famed Eiffel Tower! Paris is a beautiful city, why not take a river boat tour down River Seine to find out for yourself? Parisian bakeries and cafés are revered for a reason–you’ll never find better baguettes, croissants, macarons or crêpes than in Paris! Art lover or not, be sure to stop at The Louvre and see da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. After, you can take a relaxing stroll through the nearby and very beautiful Tuileries Garden.
Barcelona: Barcelona has some of the most impressive architecture you will ever lay your eyes on. Get ready to marvel at the Sagrada Familía church or make a day out of Barcelona’s architecture by exploring its Gothic Quarter with its medieval streets and churches. Pablo Picasso and just about every -ism in art (okay, maybe not every one) had their starts in Spain so be sure to stop at one of the many art museums! Also, the word on the street is the night-time fiestas are quite a time.
Amsterdam: The many beautiful canals and surreal narrow houses along the Jordaan neighborhood are reason enough to visit Amsterdam! If you’d prefer art or history over scenery, Amsterdam is home to the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House. If you’d like a little bit of nighttime fun, the always crowded Leidseplein square has it all from nightclubs to casinos. Dutch cuisine is a treat. Bitterballen (deep-fried meatballs), thick dutch fries (with lots of toppings) and oliebollen (deep fried sweet dumplings) are just a few foods that will change your life.