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Why travel is the best form of education?
Many, perhaps, will agree that the real education, which will certainly be useful to a person in life, we get mainly outside of the stuffy training classes. No, this is not a passage in favor of revising the fundamental principles of the modern system of obtaining knowledge. But nevertheless, in addition to the usual schemes “school - teacher - class - control" and "university - teacher - group - exams" there are more specific ways to know yourself and the world around you and get a lot of necessary skills.
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In fact, traveling is the best way to learn a lot for yourself. Whether you stroll through the streets of Paris, climb a mountain peak in the Himalayas or spend a sunny day on the Dominican beach, travel will never let you down as a teacher.

Below you will find 10 reasons why traveling is the best form of education, no matter where you go or what adventures await you.

Learning foreign languages
English is spoken in almost any part of the planet, and most often it will work for you. Nevertheless, it is always better to know the language of the country you are going to visit. Traveling makes you learn different languages. After learning the basics with books, applications, or videos, you can improve your skills by talking to a native speaker.

Acquaintance with other cultures
Traveling not only to other countries, but even to other parts of your own country is the best way to learn a lot of interesting things. You begin to better understand how diverse the cultures of the whole world are, to notice the similarities and differences between your usual traditions and the seemingly alien way of life.

Exploring history through sightseeing
Yes, you probably studied ancient civilizations and major historical events as part of the educational program, but nothing compares with a personal visit to historical attractions, coupled with the discovery of many interesting facts.

Do you understand what the world looks like today
Traveling tells you not only how the world was in the past, but also what it is today. Surely this is the best way to truly appreciate the political situation, economic scenarios and the social structure of the world in which we live today.
You get to know nature
When you leave your comfort zone in the middle of a concrete jungle and begin to explore the most exotic natural phenomena of the world, you will begin to understand the colossal power of nature. The greatness of nature is essential to addressing most global issues, such as climate change and air pollution.

You learn new things for yourself
Traveling will test you literally every second. Since you are opening the path to the unknown, traveling will force you to do many things that, under other circumstances, would not have crossed your mind. It doesn’t matter what you do: tame elephants in Cambodia, roam the Appalachians or dance samba in Brazil - while traveling, you will learn many new things for yourself. You can be modest and consider that communicating with people is not so simple. But travel will change this state of affairs, since traveling is almost impossible to do without communicating with strangers. What is not a personality development course?
You get communication skills
If you spend your life in opposition, constantly reacting one way or another to circumstances hanging over you, and at the same time want to change the existing order, but don’t know how to do it, travels will help you learn to be independent and have the ability to control your own fate
Traveling teaches us to be more determined
When you travel, you learn to be independent, especially if you travel alone. You will learn to make decisions on your own and take the initiative.

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