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Top 5 Quirkiest Festivals in Europe!

Travelling through Europe is often considered a rite of passage; where else could you discover jaw-dropping historical sights, stumble happily from gigantic beer halls, fall madly in love with the world’s most romantic cities or yodel yourself hoarse on green pastured mountain peaks.

With festival season just around the corner, there is no better excuse to start planning your summer trip than with Busabout’s extensive hop-on hop off passes. Covering 14 countries, what better way to explore, meet new mates and travel on your own terms through Europe? Still not convinced? Then check out our top 5 quirkiest festivals to inspire your next adventure…

1.Kings Day

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STA Travel Sounds: Marie Dahlstrøm

Getting tired with your current playlist? Want someone new to get addicted too? Let us introduce you to Marie Dahlstrom x Mawhs with an exclusive single ‘Never a Reason’ for our own music channel #STATravelSounds

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A Guide to Gold Coast Surf Culture

Discover the best breaks and learn to surf in paradise. Literally. We’re not joking. Surfer’s Paradise is a suburb within the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast has some of the most impressive waves and hosts many international surfing competitions. Here’s 10 facts to get you feeling pretty stoked about the Gold Coast:

Top 10 Surfy facts about the Gold Coast

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Top 10 Things we love about Ireland!

In honour of St Patrick’s Day, we’ve decided to celebrate the best bits of Ireland*. Here are the Top 10 things we love most about the glorious Emerald Isle!

*to be taken with a pinch of salt (and a pint of Guinness)

1.U2

Image: pitchfork.com


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Top 10 Most Adventurous British Women!

In honour of Woman’s Day we thought we’d give a shout out to our adventurous sisters. Both past and present. These British women are courageous, innovative, pioneers in travel. They know all about Girl Power.

Here’s a few of our favourites:

1.Amy Johnson (1903-1941)

Image: www.telegraph.co.uk/expat


The first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia in 1930.
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