The perfect destination for both travellers who are just passing through and see the sights or those who want to stay and find their own niche in local life and earn some money while doing so!
France has plenty for the student traveller. Paris is a repository of history and culture – just head for the Louvre and go from there!
Take a trip to beautiful Italy. Famous for romance, pizza, wine and sunshine – what more could you want?
Looking for something different for your gap year? Here in the south east of Europe, between Romania and Ukraine is Moldova.
Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and boasts an incredible range of landscapes over 17 regions or autonomous communities.
Turkey has something for everyone. For those who look for adventure and history Turkey has it in spades
Top trips - Europe
Help those who need it in Moldova and volunteer with children
Teaching English in France is a great way to gain an insight into the French lifestyle and culture
Discover the sights and delights of Italy on this week long journey
Gap year Europe
Head to Europe for great food, great fun and and some of the world's most incredible sights and cities. Check out France and Spain for some Mediterranean flair and then if you're looking for something a bit diiferent hear east to Russia, or Moldova (situated between Romania and Ukraine)
Adventure travel Europe
From the last outpost of Communism (the self-declared republic of Transdniestr in Moldova), to the lava fields of Kamchatcka in Russia, or skiing in the Alps, adventure travel in Europe has so many choices.
Student travel Europe
Europe has plenty for students, backpackers and young people. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the cultural hotspots of Paris and Moscow, where art and music have influenced the world, or want to explore the nightlife of Chisinau in Moldova, student travel in Europe is a short trip away.
Volunteer work Europe
There are a number of ways to give back to local communities, through volunteer work in Europe. There are valuable and rewarding projects teaching English, or working with underprivileged or neglected children. In Europe, there are few better ways of get more deeply involved in the local culture than volunteer work.