Emma Flick

Recent Posts by Emma Flick:

What to Do If Your Schengen Visa Application Is Rejected

Planning a trip to the Schengen Area but worried that your Schengen visa application may be rejected? Discover all you need to know about the reasons your application could be denied – and learn what to do if it is!

Topics: schengen travel visa infographic europe travel

5 Transportation Options for International Students in the U.S.

If you are heading to college in the U.S., you may be wondering what your transportation options will be once you arrive. Is it necessary to have a car? Or are there other ways to get around? Read on to learn about five different transportation methods available to international college students in the United States.

Topics: student travel safety travel tips travel international travel usa visitors travel transportation

Ultimate Schengen Travel Bucket List

There are 26 countries in the Schengen Area and every single one of them has an array of exciting, beautiful, and unique destinations and experiences awaiting you.

Topics: leisure travel sightseeing travel planning destinations europe adventure travel international travel travel travel tips schengen

5 Reasons to Add Florence to Your Travel Bucket List

If you google “most beautiful cities in the world” and start looking through the lists, you’ll no doubt see Florence, Italy, appear again and again.

Located in the Italian region of Tuscany, the city is filled with impressive architecture, high-end shops, famous museums, and breathtaking gardens. It is the perfect destination for anyone looking to escape to a city rich with history, culture, and, of course, amazing food. 

Still need more convincing? Read on to discover 5 reasons why you won’t regret booking a plane ticket to Florence.

Topics: vacation leisure travel sightseeing destinations europe travel

U.S. States and Colleges with the Strongest International Student Presence

Moving to a new country for school can be an isolating experience. One thing that can help cure those feelings of loneliness and homesickness is befriending other students who are going through the same thing as you. 

If you're studying in the U.S., there are certain states and colleges where you're more likely to be surrounded by international students than others.

Topics: student travel infographic