Europe has a wealth of culture, beauty, and cool and quirky destinations dotted throughout its vast landscape, but with each country in the continent being so different to the next, the best way to get a real feel for European culture is to cross borders and see as much of it as possible on a multi-country trip.
Student Travel Europe
Europe might not be as cheap as other parts of the world to travel around, but there are certainly bargains to be had if you draft in a bit of planning before setting off on your adventure. The best thing is that you'll be able to navigate your way around any European country with relative ease, the public transport is excellent, prices are generally set (so no being duped out of your holiday spends), and you'll find English speakers, clear signs, free Wi-fi, and friendly locals wherever you go – plus, you can find a huge variety of awesome local beer for next to nothing if you know where to look for it!
Gap Year Travel Europe
Whether you've got a week off, a month off, or even a whole year off to travel, Europe is a great place to spend your time, particularly if you're planning a multi-country travel experience. From the romance of Paris to the history of Berlin, the elegance of Venice, and the wonderful bonkersness of Amsterdam, there are plenty of opportunities to discover a world apart to your own without having to take a trip to the other side of the globe.
Adventure Travel Europe
Sky-diving, mountain trekking, white water rafting, zip-lining, snowboarding, kite-surfing – the list goes on... there's no limit to the activities and adventures to be had in Europe, and even though they'll be a little pricier than in places like Asia or South America, you'll have the peace of mind just knowing that whatever adventure you embark on, you'll be in the safe hands of bona fide professionals, which in turn will make your experience the best it can possibly be.