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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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Angie in Istanbul

In the midst of skirting protests in Taksim Square and eating plenty of pide, Angie befriended a wizard on the way to Çanakkale, spent time in quiet reflection at the soldiers’ graves in Gallipoli, and watched some slicked-down Turkish men compete at Edirne’s Oil Wrestling Festival.

Christine in London

A beloved Let’s Go veteran, Christine returned to Europe this summer, taking her wit and droll humor to Great Britain, the country that invented them. After researching Austria and Hungary in 2012, Christine traded palinka for Pimm’s and wiener schnitzel for fish ‘n’ chips in the UK. Christine also found time to stalk Benedict Cumberbatch and pay a requisite visits to 221B Baker St. and the BBC Headquarters.

Chris in Italy

From Padua to Palermo, Chris train-hopped over 600 miles down the coast of Italy. Though his at- tempts to become a monk were shamelessly rejected, Chris put 7 years of Latin training to good use when he cried and waxed poetic at Virgil’s grave. On a one-man mission to become the next Ansel Adams, Chris spent the rest of his route eating snacks, climbing intrepidly to the tops of things, and narrowly avoiding lightning.

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