Epic & ethical weekend tours for adventurous students

STUDY ABROAD BETTER

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Epic & ethical weekend tours for adventurous students

STUDY ABROAD BETTER

Hello, friend!

We're a brand spankin' new travel platform that's changing up the student tourism game. Our mission? To connect study abroaders with weekend trips that take you outside and off the beaten path, so you can experience Europe like a local. Learn more. 

Why Go Grassroute?

Unique Adventures

You won’t find other student tour companies where we travel. The trips we promote take you out of the city and off the beaten path, so you can live like a local

Sustainable Tourism

We donate £1 from each booking to a local environmental charity to help preserve the natural beauty of each of the places we visit

Supporting Locals

As an digital travel platform, we only partner with local businesses so that local people (rather than big corporations or foreign investors) benefit from tourism

Value for Money

We understand that a student’s budget is limited, so we do our best to maximize value and minimize costs with all of our tours

Further Your Education

We truly value education and think that often the best type of learning happens outside of the classroom

Cultural Exchange

Like Mark Twain, we sincerely believe that travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness

Stop stressin' about what to put in your suitcase

Grab our FREE study abroad packing checklist! We break it down by...

  • Travel essentials 
  • Clothing
  • Electronics
  • Toiletries
  • And what's better left behind! 
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Become A Campus Ambassador

Travel for FREE this semester by promoting trips to friends. 

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Not a student? Not a problem!

We also organise trips for private groups and offer travel consultancy packages. Planning a vacation can be hard, so let us do the work for you. 

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