Studying abroad

During the first semester of my last year at the university, I had the opportunity to travel abroad. It was one of the best decisions of my life and I learned a lot while I was away. I studied in the country of Cyprus, which is an island in the Mediterranean near Turkey and Greece. The county is full of Greek culture, beautiful beaches and sun. During my travel search, I encountered many difficulties in finding cheap flights and airlines. Unfortunately, finding an air ticket was a task I had to do on my own. Air travel was the only way to get to the country and I need to find a round trip flight that fits my budget. Finding cheap flights to a foreign country was extremely difficult for me, especially because I had never done it before. All I needed was a helping hand behind an easy-to-use Internet platform to guide me throughout the process. I expected a service that could find me the best flight and transportation available. My hope is to create a travel service that organizes the cheapest airfare and provides all the necessary information about a client's travel plans.

When visiting other countries, or even states, I am sure that many have questions about the culture, points of interest, food, location or transportation that I had when I was in Cyprus. An online travel agency could be efficient in getting answers to questions without having to meet with an agent. For those with additional vacation days, this travel service can begin your search with notifications about upcoming offers and set up a personalized trip. I believe that my travel service can benefit many people looking to see the world.

After doing a series of blog posts about studying abroad, I went to take a second look at my previous study abroad post. Publishing about travel has reminded me of some of the beautiful places I've been in addition to Cyprus. I may have studied in Cyprus, but I also traveled to Greece, Poland, England, Romania, Belgium and Austria. Being Greece the first trip outside Cyprus was not what I expected the country to be. My friends and I stayed in an Airbnb in Athens. It was a short distance from the Parthenon. When I got off the train, I noticed that the country's economy was struggling while reading before entering the country. The walk to our accommodation was full of groups of interesting but welcoming people. Our room was beautiful. It incorporated a fantastic view of some of Athens & # 39; Most famous attractions.

The second day we walked to the Parthenon and visited the Acropolis Museum, where I learned that the area was dedicated to worshiping the goddess Athena. The structures and figures were incredible to see. The rest of my trip was full of traditional Greek dishes, music, dance and architecture. After leafing through the countless photos I have of studying abroad, I felt the need to at least encourage him about my trip to Greece. I hope to elaborate more of my initial Study Abroad publication and detail the ability to travel independently while studying abroad.