Megabus Teams up with Transdev in Yorkshire

Megabus Teams up with Transdev in YorkshireExploring everything that Yorkshire has to offer has just gotten much easier. Megabus recently announced that it will be partnering with Transdev to connect four of its local bus providers in Yorkshire to the Megabus national transport system. This partnership will allow passengers to transfer between Megabus coaches and Continue reading

Stroll through time at the Bicentennial Jane Austen Festival

Stroll through time at the Bicentennial Jane Austen FestivalThis year, the city of Bath celebrates the 200th anniversary of one of England’s literary greats, Jane Austen. Starting on Friday, 8 September, the city will be hosting its annual Jane Austen Festival, and this year will be larger than ever. For nine days, visitors can enjoy an array of activities and events, ranging from Continue reading

National Express Cruises Through Month of Delayed Railways

National Express Cruises through a Month of Delayed RailwaysThis August marks a very tumultuous time for major railways throughout the UK. From the 5th through the 28th of the month, England’s largest railway station, Waterloo has closed half of its platforms due to engineering work. To make matters worse, delays on the route from London Paddington and Bristol Parkway will Continue reading

Sounds, Spectacle and Street Food: Join the Notting Hill Carnival 2017

Sounds, Spectacle and Street Food: Join the Notting Hill Carnival 2017London’s annual Notting Hill Carnival is probably one of the most anticipated events of the year – not only for Londoners. The streets of the otherwise affluent and highly fashionable district, Notting Hill, will once again be filled with infectious sounds, soca tunes and the irresistible smell of Caribbean street food Continue reading

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 – From Narcos to Brexit, the Musical

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 – From Narcos to Brexit, the MusicalThis year, Edinburgh celebrates the 70th anniversary of its famous and renowned arts and culture festival. It started in 1947 when a group of non-mainstream and uninvited theatre groups turned up at the esteemed Edinburgh International Festival in order to defy the norm. Alternative locations aside Continue reading

Discover the Top 3 cities for millennials

Discover the Top 3 cities for millennialsNo generation before was as open-minded and unconventional as the millennials: not only is the so-called Generation Y highly tolerant, tech-savvy and economically thinking, it is also characterised by its love for travel and its willingness to try out new things. If there’s an attractive Continue reading

Dos and Don’ts: 5 ½ tips to avoid being the weird person on the bus

The Dos and Don’ts: 5 ½ tips for not being the weird person on the busIn the US Sitcom “How I Met Your Mother”, Ted Mosby comes up with the idea that there’s always one weird or crazy person on the bus. The person can earn this special name tag by engaging in conduct that annoys fellow travellers, such as talking too much or eating particularly smelly food. Continue reading

Visit the World’s Most Tourist-Friendly Countries of 2017

Visit the World’s Most Tourist-Friendly Countries of 2017When looking for the perfect holiday destination, there’s a lot of things to be considered: Are there any entry restrictions? How do prices for food and drink compare to those at home? How many interesting sights and unique landscapes are on offer? Is it easy to get from A to B and to travel across the country? Continue reading

Find and compare buses, trains, carpooling deals – and now even flights!

Find and compare buses, trains, carpooling deals – and now even flights!Thanks to a cooperation with the flight search engine Skyscanner, travellers can no longer only compare buses, trains and carpooling options on CheckMyBus but also flights! This is particularly good for all those early birds among you because there’s frequently surprisingly cheap flights up for grabs. Continue reading