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Group Travel to Europe: Unexpected Expectations

Throughout the past school year, I couldn't stop thinking about this student group travel trip. Ecstasy, intrigue, curiosity, anxiety—I felt about every emotion possible. Whenever I found myself babbling about educational group travel to friends or dreaming up scenarios in my head about what Paris would be like, I would always try to bring myself back down to earth by keeping my expectations to a minimum. I had never been abroad before, and I did not know what to expect. I tried to go into this group travel program with no expectations. That way, no matter what happened, I would be happy. I … [Read more...]

Four Steps to Making Friends on Student Group Travel

It’s been an incredible first week of student group travel in Europe. Time after time, I’d get off our group travel tour bus to be greeted by the type of vistas you see only on postcards and in magazines. The beauty of central Europe is simply astounding. So far, we've visited France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Liechtenstein. Seeing so many cultures in such a short time has been presented lots of unique learning opportunities underlined by one central idea: I don’t know how to do much of anything in a foreign country. Shopping for basic toiletries in a Dutch strip … [Read more...]

Announcing Student Group Travel Bloggers Summer 2014

It's time to announce our newest student group travel bloggers for the summer! Millennium Tours is all about custom group travel, and student group travel happens to be our specialty. Study abroad offers opportunities like few other things students will experience in their lives. It's a privilege to have educational travel tours inspire students to have some great adventures and make grand discoveries. Every semester, we select a couple students from our college group tours to share their group travel experiences with us on this blog. If you'd like to be the first to know when these students … [Read more...]

Reflections on Student Group Travel

Student group travel blogger Kandace Little leaves us with her last post of the semester, a realization and reflection. One day during my semester abroad of educational group travel, I was at a bus stop in Maastricht, the Netherlands, loaded down with a backpack and the dreary, early morning fog. I was feeling a bit isolated, despite the group around me. I was on the outskirts, huddled and drawn into my own thoughts.   Just one of those days, I guess. I happened to glance to my left, and my gaze met a woman with closely cropped hair, wearing sensible but scuffed brown … [Read more...]

What Will Student Group Travel Teach You?

Travel is said to be the richest form of education, so what did this student group travel crew learn during their semester abroad? For starters, learning happens in the classroom and across the map. Here are a few more lessons educational group travel taught us with the help of student bloggers Kandace and Danny. There's a lot more to Paris than romance and tourists. History is full of stories of war and famine, but also great acts of bravery and love. Student group travel to Germany proved to teach plenty of that. Study abroad will also teach you about things that … [Read more...]


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