• Euro 2016: Follow Wales all the Way to the Final

    So, the round of 16 is over and Wales is the only home nation to have made it through. While England was kicked out by the surprisingly strong underdogs from Iceland, Wales took the fate of Northern Ireland in its own hands… by waiting for them to score an own goal – victory nonetheless!

  • A Supporter’s Guide to the Euros in France

    Travelling 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

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

    Spring 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!

  • Bizarre Bus News: Alien on Board and Where Does the Fox Go?

    There’s a lot of things going on in the world of buses and coaches. While the launch of a new bus connection, attractive deals or the achievements of individual coach companies count amongst the more normal pieces of information, from time to time a more bizarre one pops up. We have collected the

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

    Having never won a European Championship, 2016 might be England’s time to shine on the international stage. Roy Hodgson’s team is prepared to prove that they can defeat the likes of Spain and France and finally bring home the cup. The pre-Euros friendly against Germany, which England won 3-2, in

  • 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.

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

    Many 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