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For over 50 years, Let's Go has created the world's favorite student travel content series, written entirely for students by students. With pen and notebook in hand and a few changes of underwear stuffed in our backpacks, we spend months roaming the globe in search of travel bargains for savvy travelers just like you.

This year, we're introducing a new blogging platform that will allow student travelers to write about their experiences abroad—sharing unique insights, indispensable travel tips, and beautiful photos along the way. Whether you're studying abroad, planning a trip, or simply filled with wanderlust, we welcome you to join a travel community the likes of which we've never seen before.

So what are you waiting for? Get off the tour bus—Let's Go!

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Featured Blogs

Petey Menz—Student Travel Blog

Petey Menz—Student Travel Blog

Petey in England, Scotland & Ireland

Petey Menz studies art history and English. Fittingly enough, he'll be traveling in the United Kingdom this summer!  When he's not working for Let's Go, he writes for The Harvard Crimson and DJs for WHRB, Harvard's student radio station. Peteys loves old b-movies, power pop, and detective novels. Follow him on Twitter @peteymenz.

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Rachel Harner—Student Travel Blog

Rachel Harner—Student Travel Blog

Rachel in Thailand & Vietnam

Rachel Harner and is a rising sophomore at Harvard University planning to major in English. This summer she'll be traveling on her inaugural trip to Asia across Thailand and Vietnam as a writer for Let's Go. Get ready to break down language barriers, take too many pictures, and explore the cultures of Southeast Asia through its cities, people, and (especially) food.

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Aracely Aguirre—Student Travel Blog

Aracely Aguirre—Student Travel Blog

Aracely in Argentina

Hailing from a farm in rural Arkansas, Aracely possesses a myriad of prodigious skills, the most impressive being her ability to serenade chickens with her ukulele. You can usually find her running around with her camera, eating all types of food: questionable or not, and dancing to any and whatever music there is.  Self diagnosed with a serious case of wanderlust as well as an extreme amount of curiosity, she plans on traveling until she physically can’t anymore; with the ultimate goal of having the craziest travel stories.

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