Today’s blog comes from STA Travel Student Ambassador Mary Bulgin in Cardiff.
With the costs of festivals escalating, more and more people are heading to Europe and taking advantage of the sunshine, diversity and multicultural crowds of overseas festivals; the adventure of inhabiting a land of music and partying for a whole weekend goes further than the muddy fields of the UK. So while Glastonbury goers are busy digging out their wellies for this weekend, why not check out my top 10 European festivals to get excited about this year?
This blog comes from Rachel Skillen, one of our fantastic Student Travel Ambassadors from The University of Sheffield.
Just a few miles from some of the biggest tourist hot spots in Europe, you’ll find a select few places far more peaceful, more beautiful and more impressive than the landmarks you’ve read about in guidebooks. These little gems are less crowded and cheaper than the mainstream attractions, so here are a few sights you should definitely try and visit during your travels this summer.
To celebrate the release of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, out to own on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD from Monday 21st April, we’re offering you the chance to follow in the footsteps of dreamer Walter, played by Ben Stiller, by winning an epic adventure to Iceland and New York, both locations featured in the hit film, for two people.
Follow in the footsteps of Walter Mitty.
With the 4 day Easter weekend just around the corner, we though we’d give you a run down on five reasons why four day weekends are simply the best.
Aside from the feeling of elation that you have two four day working weeks on either side of this epic weekend, the amazing feeling of waking up on Friday morning and realising you can lie in… then having the exact same feeling on Monday too. Bliss.
Europe’s coolest capital? Well, Berlin is definitely up there. For somewhere so steeped in history and conflict, Germany’s capital is rapidly stealing the show from the rest of Western Europe’s popular hangouts. With a combination of glamorous style and urban cool, Berlin has been reborn, dusting off the rubble of post-war Germany and quickly turning into a young and vibrant city of culture, business, art and music.
Here we’re going to give you a shakedown of what Berlin is all about, to help you feel more like a local and avoid a repeat JFK’s famous words “Ich bin ein Berliner” (no, you’re not a doughnut, although…).