travel Resources

At Academic Travel Abroad, Inc., we have one mission: to create unparalleled, educational travel programs to satisfy sophisticated, curious travelers. For over 60 years, our creative programs have helped educated travelers.

 

  • Animoto.com

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    Everything you need to turn ordinary photos and video clips into rich video.

  • Bradt Travel Guides

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    A great resource for some of the best travel guides in the business. “Bradt authors are constantly on the lookout for what’s new and what’s changed. Get the latest info on a destination – even between editions.”

  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website

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    Get the latest updates on vaccination requirements, advisories and necessary health information before embarking on your travels.

  • Currency Calculator

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    Use this currency calculator and get an up-to-date idea of how the U.S. Dollar or any other currency stacks up against others.

  • Foodspotting

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    Find not only your favorite restaurants, but favorite dishes in cities around the world.

  • Googlemaps.com

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    Comprehensive maps anywhere you are or want to be!

  • Justmaps.org (world, regional and country maps)

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    Browse through a huge selection of maps, from street city maps to topographical regional maps.  Find your travel destination and discover its unique geographical features.

  • Travel-On website

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    Visit Premiere Travel Services website to use Premiere’s travel services including; passport assistance, weather, maps, foreign entry requirements, Visa information and so much more.

  • U.S. State Department website

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    Visit the U.S. State Department website to review current travel tips, advisories and more directly from the U.S. State Department. Read valuable information on current social, political and economic factors of any country before traveling to your destination.

  • U.S. Travel Security Administration (TSA) website

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    Visit the U.S. Travel Security Administration (TSA) website to familiarize yourself with the ever-changing security requirements for both domestic and overseas travel.

  • Wordlens.com

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    Word Lens translates printed words from one language to another with your smartphone’s video camera, in real time.  No network connection needed!

  • You Googled it, We Answered It! | Travel Questions

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    What are the most pressing travel questions of 2015? I asked trends researchers at Google to divulge the top travel queries that Internet users have been Googling since the New Year.

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