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

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

3 UK theme parks that you can easily get to by bus

3 UK theme parks that you can easily get to by busSummertime is theme park time! There’s hardly anything that kids love more than a family day out in one of the UK’s theme parks. While some of them are a bit more secluded and are fairly hard to get to by public transport, there’s still some that you can reach without the need for a car. Continue reading

All you need to know about the Champions League Final in Cardiff (including how to get there by coach)

All about the Champions League Final in Cardiff (and how to get there by coach)On 3 June, one of the football highlights of the year will take place and lure about 200,000 people to the Welsh capital city Cardiff. With only close to 350,000 inhabitants, Cardiff might be the smallest city to ever host a Champions League final but it is well prepared. The match – which will most Continue reading

National Express survey unveils the UK’s best-loved free attractions

National Express survey unveils the UK’s best-loved free attractionsTo provide customers with a wide range of affordable Easter break options, the coach company National Express conducted a survey of thousand people to unveil the UK’s best-loved free attractions. The list is supposed to inspire travellers and to make people aware of the UK’s abundance of free sights Continue reading

Coach travel with children

Coach travel with childrenTaking the coach is one of the most affordable and eco-friendly ways of travelling but it can also be fairly time-consuming. If you’re an experienced traveller, then this won’t bother you too much but if you’re travelling with children, it’s a different scenario. This is why we came up with some pieces of advice Continue reading

Say Farewell to 2016: The UK’s Best New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Say Farewell to 2016: The UK’s Best New Year’s Eve CelebrationsWe’ve survived Christmas, which means it’s about time to start planning New Year’s Eve. While firework displays can basically be found everywhere, some places go the extra mile and make the last night of the year one to remember. So, if you want to bid farewell to 2016 in style then you should read on because Continue reading

megabus Winter Sale: Fancy a free trip to the UK’s January Sales hotspots?

megabus Winter Sale: Fancy a free trip to the UK’s January Sales hotspots?Travelling by coach is cheap anyway but this January and February it’s even more affordable: between 9 January and 9 February 2017 megabus is giving away 20,000 free tickets. Since you’ll only have to pay a booking fee of 50p, it’s the perfect opportunity to thoroughly indulge in the January Sales while steering clear Continue reading