Top student holiday ideas
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Need some ideas for a mini-break with your mates? Get some inspiration from our list of top destinations where you’ll find not just amazing things to do, but plenty of student discounts. Always check out the latest deals and special offers on flights and hostels before booking. Barcelona, Spain Spain is a hugely popular place for students to travel, with Barcelona topping the list. Whether you’re planning to go to one of the cities music festivals like Sonar or Primavera, or just fancy a destination that gives you a little bit of everything, you’ll love the selection array of art, culture, sports, hiking, great food, a gorgeous coastline and an exciting night life that Barcelona has to offer. Prague, Czech Republic If you like sightseeing, but also want to sample some of the best clubs on the continent, a long weekend in Prague is perfect for you. You’ll be mesmerised by the beauty of old Europe at every turn, and have lots of choices for things to do after the shops and sites close for the day. It’s an easy city to walk around, which will save you a bit on transportation costs, so bring a good pair of trainers and get ready to explore. Amsterdam, The Netherlands Just a short flight away lies the lovely city of Amsterdam, a small city with a lot to offer (yes, more than the red light district). You can spend your day in art and history museums, watch a football match, meet other students in one of the trendy cafes, take a canal cruise, or get a taste of life as a local by renting a bike and cycling around the streets. Tenerife, Canary Islands Deals on flights to the Canary Islands crop up every now and then, and it’s a particularly good travel choice when the weather in GB is stuck in rain and fog mode. Tenerife is known as ‘the island of eternal spring’, which should be reason enough to go! Gorgeous weather, stunning beaches and a lively culture are great for group trips. If you’re interested in outdoor activities you’ll find plenty of things to do, from hiking to scuba diving. And if you’re feeling really adventurous, hop on a ferry to see one of the other seven islands in the Canaries. Dublin, Ireland
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