For students. By students.

For over half a century, Let’s Go has created the world’s favorite student travel guides.

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. Save yourself the work of researching the best attractions, restaurants, nightlife, and hostels—we’ve already done it for you.


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407, 2015
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American Broads

By |July 4th, 2015|0 Comments

4th of July – the anniversary of our emancipation from British governance, the start of something new (High School Musical? No?), the birth of America – or specifically, of white America. I couldn’t find a bald eagle to make out with or a minority group […]

407, 2015
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The 4th in Trogir: Or, the Decline of the American Empire

By |July 4th, 2015|0 Comments

There’s an article in today’s New York Times about a town in Westchester County that’s fighting to block construction of a large CVS; years earlier, they stopped Starbucks from coming to town. It’s easy to talk shit about such global, soulless corporations, but let me […]

407, 2015
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Is Venice Devoid of Youth?

By |July 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Walking around the historic districts, aside from cliques of teenage tourists, I rarely find locals my own age. It’s really putting a dent in my plan to pick up a beautiful Italian girl over my short month in Italy. But during my current visit to […]

207, 2015
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Overheard: Americans

By |July 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

When I first arrived in Italy as a stupid American, I gave myself a few basic rules to follow: Be open. Have humility. Judge not lest ye be judged.

I gave up on that last one about as fast as Nick Carraway did in The Great […]

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101 Dalmatian Liqueurs

By |July 1st, 2015|0 Comments

Well, there aren’t really that many, but it certainly seems like it. I’m writing from Zadar, the fifth largest city in Croatia, and the first one I’ve visited in Dalmatia. Zadar is home to many things—a Roman forum, one of the world’s largest musical instruments, […]