Your student holidays could very well be some of the best in your life, it’s the feeling of that first holiday without the family, the freedom you get from travelling with friends and also the experiences you get that will shape who you are as a person.
So, if you’re looking for some inspiration about what could turn out to be one of the biggest decisions you make this year, check out our top 5 student travel destinations.
This frankly stunning city has become one of the go to travel destinations in Europe for students, why you ask? Well… it has culture, a sense of community, art, music, it’s famous for its pubs and much, much more. Oh, we didn’t mention, it’s cheap! The prices when compared to the UK and other major EU cities are incredibly reasonable. So, what are you waiting for?
The United Kingdom
Whilst the UK may not be at the top of your list, stop and think for a moment, why not? The UK is famous for its tourism industry. There’s an abundance of activities to do, visit the capital for a spot of sightseeing, visit the North for some Yorkshire tea, you can even try your hand at camping (or glamping), seriously we could go on. Whatever you’re interested in; chances are the UK can cater to your needs.
If you think Germany is a little bit out of your price range, think again. Hamburg has some of the best tourism that Germany has to offer, however it comes at a fraction of the price when compared to Berlin, or Munich. If you’re looking to experience Germany’s famous hospitality, then Hamburg may well be your best option.
Reading the above we’re sure you can guess where we’re going with this one. If you’re after the clubbing scene the above mentioned islands are where it’s at. That’s not to say they aren’t full of culture and life outside of the club scene, but there’s a certain type of island holiday, which has become popular amongst the younger generation in the UK and if that’s what you’re after then look no further.
America (summer camps)
What could be better than crossing the pond, going away all summer and getting paid for it? Not much you say… then how about signing up to a summer camp? Your accommodation and food will be provided, although you will more than likely have to cover the cost of flights and travel yourself. Once all the fun and games are over, you should have made enough money to have a few weeks chill time before coming back and starting your studies.