In the last several years, budget airlines in Europe have made the days of traveling around the continent on a Eurail Pass seem a bit antiquated to some people – why take so long to go from country to country by rail when you can fly twice the distance in a fraction of the time and (sometimes) a fraction of the price?
It’s true that there are many more cases these days when flying is actually the more budget-friendly option, but
Spain is one of the most popular spots in Western Europe for studying abroad. It’s the perfect place to hone your Spanish skills, the food and wine are world-renown and the cuisine is just as diverse and the landscape. From the vineyards of Rioja to the Catalonia coast to the southern desert hill towns to the bustling city of Madrid, Spain offers a kaleidoscope of culture in one country.
Though many people choose to study in a larger city like Madrid
Let’s face it – one of the fun things about learning a new language is learning the bad words. You don’t even have to be someone who swears like a sailor in your own tongue to appreciate how much prettier swear words often say in just about any language other than your own. And travel, as great as it is, provides all kinds of road blocks – which are great opportunities to use your new words!
Now is an excellent time