• Travel through Europe right in your kitchen


    Due to coronavirus, millions of people around the world are forced to stay home. Travelling is not an option at this moment, but that shouldn’t stop us from experiencing other cultures! A great way to travel is through cuisine. What better place for a culinary adventure than your own kitchen? Travel through Europe with five easy recipes! Take a journey with your loved ones and have a wonderful dining experience from the comfort of your home during this uncertain time. 1. Ragu Bolognese Named for the city of Bologna, the capital of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, this is one the more versatile sauces from Italy. You can really bring your meal…

  • 7 Tips to Prepare for Post-Brexit Travel

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    Brexit has been extended to January 31st with the possibility of the UK leaving the European Union earlier if a deal is agreed on. While there is still a degree of uncertainty, that shouldn’t discourage you from planning a trip to the continent in 2020. There should be little disruption when travelling via coach, air or

  • 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France: Catch the Matches by Coach!

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    The eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be taking place in France this year. For the first time in the competition’s history, the Hexagonal will be hosting the best women’s football teams from 5 continents from 7 June – 7 July in iconic stadiums throughout

  • Discover the Top 10 European Cities for the Perfect Weekend Getaway!

    Spring is right around the corner and as the days get longer and warmer, the idea of taking weekend trips to the continent becomes more appealing. The good news is that you can travel between European cities by bus without spending a lot of money. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed city break or want to

  • Mallorca: An Island with Something for Everyone

    Over the years, the Island of Mallorca has developed a reputation as a prime partying hotspot. Nightlife in cities, such as Magaluf or Palma de Mallorca has dominated many people’s perception of the island as a tourist destination, and while the island offers no shortage of bars and clubs, Mallorca has so much more to

  • Beautiful Springtime Destinations in Europe by Bus

    The secret is out, spring is here, which means warmer days with more hours of sunlight! As the trees begin to cover themselves with leafy branches, and gardens are brought to life with the colours of newly bloomed plants, there’s hardly a better time to travel. Seeing new cities from around Europe in the height of

  • The Happiest Countries in the World by Bus

    Yesterday marked the International Day of Happiness, and the Network for Solutions for Sustainable Development of the United Nations Organization (SDSN) has published its annual World Report on Happiness in 2018. How does one define happiness? How is it measured? In this case, various indicators such as

  • National Express Forms New Partnership with Ouibus

    Four of the European giants of bus transport have decided to join forces to face competition in the international market. As the UK market leader, with over 20 million passengers each year, it’s only natural that National Express would eventually form a partnership with the leading provider in France, Ouibus, which

  • Take the Bus to the World’s Greenest Countries

    Lately, there have plenty of news stories about the environment and the importance of reducing our ecological footprints. Many people all over the world are looking for ways to live their lives in an eco-friendly way, examining how their

  • Environmental objective 2030: reduce CO2 emissions by 40%

    The European Commission (EC) recently presented the new objectives for the Clean Mobility Package Horizon 2030. It sets out the environmental objectives that affect the passenger transport sector and the legislative measures that should be applied to all new vehicles from the year 2025. Although all new vehicles