Easter’s way behind us, which means only one thing – Summer’s on the horizon. The pressure’s not off yet, but end of exams, coursework, revision, studying is nigh.
If you fancy a break from all the work, work, work, have a think about what you’re going to do with all that sweet free time once you’re finished. Whether you’re planning on taking a year out or just having one hell of a Summer, travelling on a budget is high up the student priority list.
But it ain’t all sunshine and rainbows, trust us. Making a few hundred quid stretch you for three months in the Bahama’s is easier said than done. But not impossible, with a bit of planning.
There are lots of options for travelling when you’re strapped for cash. Think about…
Got up to a few weeks? Maybe Interrail is the thing for you, where for a one-off ticket fee you can hop on and off trains all across Europe and sightsee to your heart’s content.
Just want a few city breaks? Keep an eye on flight comparison sites like Skyscanner, or cost tracking apps that alert you when flight prices are at their lowest.
LUCY HARDING is the Editorial manager for Push. She is an English Literature grad and an MA Publishing student at UCL. She is passionate about international relations and cultural diversity, having worked closely with her university’s Erasmus society to support European students. She also spent a year abroad studying at California State University: Long Beach
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