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  • Andy Steves Travel Tips Series: Why & When to Go

    Posted by Andy Steves on June 2, 2016.

    Millennial Tips That Work for Boomers, Too


    PART 1: WHY & WHEN TO GO



    Technology has upended the way young people travel today—it’s a double edged sword that has both the potential to make travel more efficient, but also place barriers between you and the culture visiting and the … More »

  • Andy Steves Travel Tips Series: Intro

    Posted by Andy Steves on June 2, 2016.

    Millennial Tips That Work for Boomers, Too

    GEAR UP FOR YOUR ADVENTURE​




    I’ve spent the last six years traveling and living all over Europe while running my young travel company, WSA Europe. I’m passionate about helping Millennials travel smart, intentionally and with the right … More »

  • How to: Prep for the End of Study Abroad

    Posted by admin on April 12, 2016.



    Packing, last-minute exploring, saying goodbyes... so much to do in so little time! Here's some tips on getting ready to head home from a semester abroad: 
     

    RE-PACK YOUR BAGS 

    • Ditch towels and hygiene products

      Your mom will be so happy you're home and love to make a Target run with you … More »

    Tags: Study Abroad // packing // Europe // coming home

  • The Truth about “Tindering” in Europe

    Posted by admin on March 28, 2016.

    Back home in the states, where Tinder is centered around dating and hookups, the app may raise a few eyebrows. But in Europe, it's a popular and easy way to connect with locals and fellow students abroad. Our WSA Intern (studying in Madrid) took a leap into the Tinder pool, and found results … More »

    Tags: tinder // Study Abroad // Spain // locals // Weekend Trip

  • 5 Tricks to Finding the Best Places to Eat in Europe

    Posted by admin on March 14, 2016.

    ​By Marina Shea, WSA Intern

    Guide books are great, but if all the tourists have them then everyone will be flocking to those restaurants. Here are some tips to finding the most authentic and cost-efficient eateries around Europe.

     

    1.     ASK LOCALS




    Your hostel might have some good … More »

    Tags: march 2016 // foodies // intern blogs

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Joshua Dyer, Bridgewater State University

Happy Backpackers

Andy and his crew were awesome. They helped us navigate the city and showed us its innumerable historic sites (Colosseum, Vatican, Trevi Fountain, etc.) with the option of going to Easter Mass at the Vatican if you pick the right weekend. All I have to say was that being in the third row at...

Joshua Dyer, Bridgewater State University ~ University of Limerick, Spring 2016

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