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Andy Steves

Andy Steves Founder Weekend Student Adventures

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” -Mark Twain

Andy Steves graduated from Notre Dame in May 2010 and has since capitalized on his semester abroad in Rome, (Spring ’08) to start a student tour business in Europe called Weekend Student Adventures. Andy combined his experience of studying abroad and a lifetime of traveling with his father, Rick Steves, to make WSA the leading student tour provider in Europe. Hundreds of American students studying abroad in Europe enjoy his exciting trips each semester.

Articles By Andy Steves

A Secret Roman Food Tour Published 02 Apr 2014

In Italy, food is truly love, and you can never get enough of fresh pasta, homemade gelato, and of course wine. Come to Rome for your internship abroad and you’ll enjoy stumbling down the historic streets, sampling favorite bites along the way.Freni e ...

Top 5 Off the Beaten Path Gems in Krakow Published 30 Jan 2014

Whether you're learning about its storied history or experiencing the living, breathing present, a trip to Krakow will leave you wanting more. This city has emerged from a devastating past into the 21st century as a thriving, young student city. Leave ...

9 Awesome Places to Visit When Studying Abroad in Europe Published 25 Dec 2013

Don't bypass the chance to live a glorious life full of exploration! Traveling while studying abroad in Europe is one of the best perks given the continent's relative size (amazing to think you can travel to an entirely different culture, language, and...

Exploring Culture While Studying Abroad in Spain Published 27 Sep 2013

At first glance, Spanish culture is characterized by a sunny climate, sangria, tapas, afternoon siestas, and parties that continue until sunrise. Spending time in the various regions of the country, though, will open your eyes to the specific personali...