You Can Go on a Free Tour of Europe — and Actually Get Paid for It

Mar 7, 2018

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We know you’ve been wanderlusting over Brian and Zach‘s Instagrams recently — and now it’s time to build up your own.

A European travel company called Busabout is looking for four “travel addicts” to assemble the “ultimate travel squad” this summer. You’ll travel Europe for three months and document every step of it on their social media and blogs. It’s going to take a lot more than just a love of travel to land one of the positions, though, because let’s be real, everyone and their mother is going to be applying for this gig. Here’s what they’re looking for:

  • An Instagrammer who will go the extra mile to “do it for the ‘gram” — and of course, they’ll need to have killer captions.
  • A YouTuber who lives to tell stories and share experiences, with excellent attention to detail.
  • A blogger who’s crazy about writing and loves to do so even more than they love to travel.
  • A Snapchatter/Instastory-er who is spontaneous and loves to share stories in real time.

If you do end up getting hired, you’ll be whisked away to TPG-approved destinations like Paris, Florence and Barcelona, and you’ll travel door-to-door on Busabout’s private coach network. Emirates first this is not, but traveling around Europe while getting paid for it is a win in our book.

Just be sure to have a valid passport or visa, and double check that you’re available to travel for 90 days this summer. Applications are open until April 17 at 11:59 p.m. GMT, and winners will be announced on their website in May.

Photo by Sebastien Gabriel on Unsplash

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