Hi fellow travelers,
I am a student leaving from montreal and going on a trip around France, Switzerland, and Germany in late May of 2009. I am leaving with my boyfriend and we’re staying with friends and family, so no hostels or other accomodations are needed. We are staying for 5 weeks.
I have a few questions, as this is my first trip… – What kinds of things can I leave out of my packing and purchase or borrow when in europe and what can I absolutely not leave the country without? – What is a realistic budget for me, considering we won;t be paying for accomodations?
I’m a student, looking for a dirt cheap flight to Skopje, departing sometime in June and leaving sometime in late July or August. It doesn’t need to necessarily be a direct flight— if I have to spend a few days in a stopover city, that’s fine. If anybody could help me, I’d greatly appreciate it and would be forever grateful.
I am applying for a student visa March-end of August. The best flight I have found to far is on Orbitz. for $757 March 3-September 15.
I have found something cheaper to London but they ryanair flights to Perugia don’t match up on my arrival date.
Has anyone found something better? I need to get to Perugia so Rome is closest.
Secondly, can anyone help me wout with one way flights? I could end up enrollong in more classes to extend my stay permit. The San Francisco consulate says I need round trip flight reservations, so do those appyling for a visa permit never get one way tickets?
Hey, I am wondering how exactly they check you to see if you are a student when you buy a student discounted flight (such as from studentuniverse.com). Like if I bought the ticket in February when I still was a student but used it in May after I graduated would that still count? I’ll be 20 when I graduate, so it’s not like they’ll be skeptical of my age for being a student. I want to go to Europe right after graduation (a present to myself) so I was just wondering what exactly the student discount would entail. thanks!
My next long break will be during winter. Was thinking of a group Euro trip with my friends after the new year. wondering if this is actually a good idea since it’ll be cold and there’s the possibility of delays due to bad weather?