The UK’s Most Beautiful Market Towns

The UK’s Most Beautiful Market TownsThe UK prides itself of numerous attractive cities, which are popular with visitors from all over the world. However, the country also features a variety of smaller market towns, which are also worth a visit. Small traditional pubs and inns, picturesque surroundings and medieval buildings are Continue reading

How to Reach All Premier League Stadiums by Coach

How to reach all Premier League stadiums by coachNow that the Euros are over, we can finally concentrate on the important things of life again: Premier League Football. After a lot of sensational transfers including José Mourinho’s latest squad additions Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba, Premier League finally kicked off last weekend. Continue reading

Gotta Catch ‘Em All: 10 Top Pokémon Nests in the UK

Gotta Catch ‘Em All: 10 Top Pokémon Nests in the UKLooking for Pokémon is a lot of fun but it can also be quite frustrating once you’ve reached a certain level in Pokemon Go. The common Drowzee or Rattata does not tickle your fancy anymore and you don’t even care wasting a pokéball? And even fairly rare Pokémon promising exciting evolutions are already Continue reading

All the World’s a Stage: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016

All the World’s a Stage: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016Every August, the city of Edinburgh with its 460,000 inhabitants doubles in size as hundreds and thousands of tourists make their way to the Scottish capital to participate in or simply enjoy the Festival. The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world’s largest arts and theatre festival and is 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

What’s on in July? The UK’s best free events and festivals

What’s on in July? The UK’s best free events and festivalsThe UK is getting ready for summer and in order to lure people outside many places celebrate the warmer months with free festivals and events. Everywhere you go there’s a cool farmers’ market, a regatta or other sports events on and often it’s hard to take a pick. In order to make the decision easier, CheckMyBus 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

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