Don’t fear Brexit: Why travel to continental Europe when Britain offers all you need anyway?

Don’t fear the Brexit: Why travel to continental Europe when Britain offers all you need anyway?Last month, David Cameron drew attention to the implications of a potential Brexit for UK travellers wanting to travel to the continent. He claimed that an average family holiday in one of the most beloved tourist destinations in Europe, like places on the Mediterranean Sea, could be about £230 Continue reading

A Supporter’s Guide to the Euros in France

A Supporter’s Guide to the Euros in FranceTravelling to a foreign country is always a tricky adventure – especially so when you go there for a big sports event. You might put your foot in your mouth by saying something wrong and it’s never good to cross a Frenchman (as was most prominently displayed by Zidane’s famous headbutt Continue reading

No Money? No Problem! – Top 5 Free Things to Do in the UK

No Money? No Problem! – Top 5 Free Things to Do in the UKSpring Bank Holiday on 30 March is close and if you are still looking for interesting things to do on the long weekend then we’ve got a few tips for you. What’s best: Everything we recommend on this page is free of charge! So, check our tipps, book your inexpensive coach trip and enjoy a lovely low-cost weekend! Continue reading

From the Queen over Shakespeare to the Beatles: The Great English Coach Tour!

From the Queen over Shakespeare to the Beatles: The Great English Coach Tour!One could say that last week was one of the most British weeks ever: Not only was it the Queen’s 90th birthday but also the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, England’s national poet. (It can’t be coincidence that this important day correlated with the English National Holiday, Continue reading

UEFA Euro 2016: Follow the Welsh Team through France by Coach!

UEFA Euro 2016: Follow the Welsh Team through France by Coach!Euro 2016 marks a special occasion for the Wales squad as the team managed to qualify for European Championships for the very first time. Overall, France 2016 is Wales’ second large-scale competition with the 1958 FIFA World Cup having marked their first appearance on the international stage. Continue reading

UEFA Euro 2016: Follow the Northern Ireland Football Team through France by Coach!

UEFA Euro 2016: Follow the Northern Ireland Football Team through France by Coach!UEFA Euro 2016 marks the first international appearance of the Green and White army in 30 years and there’s every reason to be optimistic. Michael O’Neill’s team look back at a 10-game unbeaten run and are the first ever Pot Five team to have come first in their group in the history of the Euros. Continue reading

Peak District Hills Voted the UK’s Most Naturally Stunning Place

Peak District Hills Voted the UK’s Most Naturally Stunning PlaceBig Ben, Stonehenge or Edinburgh Castle – the UK boasts itself of a vast amount of cultural landmarks which attract visitors from all over the world. However, the British Isles also offer numerous natural sights and landscapes, which rank amongst the most beautiful places worldwide. In order to give travellers inspiration Continue reading

Railway Company Adds Fourth Class to Compete with Low-Cost Coaches

Railway Company Adds Fourth Class to Compete with Low-Cost CoachesMany people are of the opinion that a train is a fairly convenient mode of public transport, whereas an intercity bus is targeted at those travellers which are willing to sacrifice comfort in order to save some money. A European train company, however, is about to challenge this view by introducing a fourth class on its Continue reading

From Lima to Rio: The Transoceánica is the World’s Longest Bus Route

From Lima to Rio: The Transoceánica is the World’s Longest Bus RouteFree WiFi, comfy seats and a vast amount power outlets is what passengers in the UK are used to when taking an intercity bus. Also, since the UK is a fairly small island, travelling times of over ten hours are fairly rare. In South America, however, a new coach connection was recently opened which is regarded Continue reading

Get your Green on: Take the Coach to Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day

Paddy’s Day by Coach: Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in DublinNext week the Irish will celebrate their national holiday again and although numerous places in the UK and the whole world have come up with their own St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, nothing beats the original Paddy’s Day Parade in Dublin. Instead of celebrating only on 17 March, the Irish make the most Continue reading