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Old 03-21-2010, 06:21 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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College Travel, College Tours, College Trips | EF College Break

Has anyone had experience with any of their travel abroad programs? I'd like to visit Japan or go on a trip in Europe either Winter 2010 or Summer 2011, but I'm not sure whether I should go through a program like this or plan everything myself. I've never been out of the U.S. before so I think that it might be easier to go this route, but I've also heard people say that it's more fun to plan your own trip.

Thoughts?
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Old 03-22-2010, 06:07 AM
 
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Are you between 18 and 26? EfCollegeBreak caters specifically to that collegiate age range. They will make an exception from 27-30 year old for an additional fee. If you are, I suggest you go with Efcollegebreak. You'll spend more money on your own. They have huge deals because they've been established for so long and have formed partnerships with the hotels, airlines, etc. It's an amazing experience! if youre tempted to travel on your own for free time then you should know that EFCB takes you on tours on the mornings and you have some afternons and every vening to explore on your own or with the other students you meet in your morning group. Definitely check it out. You have guidance so you won't waste your travel time on tedious tasks- they take care of that. So you have plenty of independence during your free time. And you won't get a deal that includes everything they do on your own, or with anyone else. They guarantee it. Plus, use this code on any trip application for $$$50 dollars off! Sometimes its worth more : ALTAMIRANO2007

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Old 03-22-2010, 11:31 AM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Are you between 18 and 26? EfCollegeBreak caters specifically to that collegiate age range. They will make an exception from 27-30 year old for an additional fee. If you are, I suggest you go with Efcollegebreak. You'll spend more money on your own. They have huge deals because they've been established for so long and have formed partnerships with the hotels, airlines, etc. It's an amazing experience! if youre tempted to travel on your own for free time then you should know that EFCB takes you on tours on the mornings and you have some afternons and every vening to explore on your own or with the other students you meet in your morning group. Definitely check it out. You have guidance so you won't waste your travel time on tedious tasks- they take care of that. So you have plenty of independence during your free time. And you won't get a deal that includes everything they do on your own, or with anyone else. They guarantee it. Plus, use this code on any trip application for $$$50 dollars off! Sometimes its worth more : ALTAMIRANO2007

HAVE FUN!!
Yes, I am 19 years old which is why I'm interested in the program Thank you for the information. From what I've researched so far, it does appear that EF College Break is a bit cheaper than if I were to buy separate tickets/lodging/etc in each location. Thanks for the discount code!
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