Europe: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Long-term adventures can be expensive. Here's how I make it work. 
When I joined the Women's March in Madrid, I had three young girls in mind. 
Should quiet be the norm on public transportation? Maybe it all depends on where you are. 
Meeting new people overseas is harder. It's even harder when you don't drink. 
Make "one day" today. Here's why—and how. 
Ready to take the trek, but short on time and money? Ten days is all you need to hike this iconic route. Here's how. 
Zürich was never at the top of my must-see travel destinations list. And boy, was I wrong. 
Are you a US student planning to study abroad in Europe 2018 and looking to help finance your exchange? GoEuro is offering 10 individual scholarships of €2,000 each for students of participating US universities. (Sponsored)
When the excitement of travel fades, here are three ways to reignite it. 
How Krav Maga boosted my confidence in travelling.
Weighing the differences between my life as a student and my life as a professional in Switzerland. 
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