16 Entries Tagged with "Budget Travel"
Posted by admin on February 26, 2017.
By WSA Intern Emily Rose
I’d like to think of myself as kind of a semi-pro at solo travel. In the two and a half months that I’ve been in Europe, I have traveled to nine countries and seven of those have been by myself. A lot of worried friends of my mom on Facebook have asked me why I … More »
Posted by admin on February 16, 2017.
By McKalee Mooney WSA intern
Out of all the places I’ve traveled thus far during my semester abroad, Budapest captured my heart. It also just so happened to be the beautiful, historic city that I was able to spend my 21st birthday in. Talk about a cool birthday present, right?? Sure, I … More »
Posted by admin on August 9, 2015.
By Eric Miller, WSA Core Team
Traveling around Europe can be quite confusing to the inexperienced traveler, as commuting options and price variability seem to be infinite. One of the questions we're asked most is whether rail or air is a more efficient option. Simply put, there is no one … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on May 5, 2015.
There are some places in the world that every travel site or every traveler strongly recommends visiting in Europe: (most of them are covered by WSA’s trips!) Prague, Paris, Greece, Rome… The list goes on and on. One country that gets a handful of students but seems to be underrepresented … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on April 24, 2015.
By Shannen O'Brien
If I do recall correctly, it was around this time a year ago that I received the infamous acceptance letter to study abroad for an academic year in Madrid. If you’re reading this article right now, congratulations on getting accepted to your study abroad … More »
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I chose to do this rather than book my own trip in Rome - I wanted to experience one organized/sight-seeing trip rather than a relaxing vacation like many of my others had been. Two friends and I signed up for WSA Rome and don't regret a thing. We met wonderful people, were led by an awesome tour guide Rhianne, and got to see everything I wanted to see in Rome. Plus eat all the best food. There is an optional dinner on the last night that we didn't do right away, but we ended up going to it, and it was SO worth the 20 euro. I made memories and friends, and got to see a beautiful, historic city thanks to WSA!!Mallory Dirks, Simpson College ~ University of Roehampton, London, Fall 2015
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