The Lazy Trainer’s Guide to Pokémon Go: How to catch better Pokémon on a bus

The Lazy Trainer’s Guide to Pokémon Go: How to catch better Pokémon on a busWhenever you see a group of people walking down the street nowadays, staring at their smartphones and spontaneously changing directions, then the chances are good that they’re either lost or simply a bunch of Pokémon trainers. The free app “Pokémon Go” takes the 1990s game classic to a new level Continue reading

Discover Scotland by Bus

Discover Scotland by BusFrom whisky over ancient castles and sea monsters all the way to bag pipes – Scotland has a lot to offer for tourists, which is why it’s a popular destination from travellers all over the world. Should you not have a car or don’t want to hire one, then the bus is a good option to see the most of Scotland for little money. Continue reading

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

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

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