Our Experts are back, and they’re full to bursting with tonnes of travel tips and advice they’re just dying to share with you!
Every week on this very blog, our super knowledgeable Travel Experts step up to answer a travel question sent in by one of our perplexed blog readers. If you’d like us to put your question to the Experts drop us an email now with the details, and it will be answered right here on the blog very soon!
This week’s question comes from Jennifer, who’s looking to take her travel adventures beyond Europe.
Hi, I’m a lone traveller, not particularly young, but have travelled all my life, mostly through Europe. Do you have any suggestions of other places outside of Europe that I could go? Nothing too simple/basic though please as I like to travel comfortably. Jennifer.
Say no more Jennifer, Amy is on the case. Let’s see what she’s got up her sleeve for you…
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It’s that Ask the Experts time of the week again and there’s a pretty juicy question for Amy to get her teeth stuck into…
Gemma wants some advice on a big tip through the Americas, which will be a pretty epic experience in anyone’s book. If you like what you hear, and want to challenge our Experts to answer one of your own burning travel questions, send us an email and we’ll put it to them right here on the blog.
Let’s see hear Gemma’s question before we put it to our trusty Experts…
I’m 28 and am looking for a multistop ticket that will take me on a few stops through North and South America, can I book a multistop flights with STA Travel if I’m not a student or under 26? If so, can you suggest any routes that you think would be good and not too expensive? Gemma.
Sounds like you’ve got some pretty exciting times ahead of you Gemma! Ok, Experts it’s over to you!
It’s that time of the week again! Yep, it’s Ask the Experts Friday. A panel of our finest Travel Experts are here each week, ready and waiting to answer your travel questions. Got a question for them? Don’t be shy, share the (travel) love: email us, and the Experts will tackle your question like a footballer on heat (or something).
This week’s question comes from Ben in Chichester. HI BEN! Ben’s got a craving for a Southeast Asia adventure, and he wants our Experts to help him plan it. Let’s hear Ben’s question…
Hi Experts! I’m going to be travelling up from Singapore through Malaysia into Thailand before flying out of Bangkok this summer. Can you suggest a good itinerary? I have 5 weeks, and I’m not really keen on doing a tour. Any places you’d recommend seeing along the way? Ben, Chichester
Luckily for Ben, Amy from our Leeds Vicar Lane store has stepped up to the challenge! Take it away, Amy:
This week, our Travel Experts face a question from Adam in Milton Keynes his highly anticipated summer holiday.
But before we test them with this week’s question, remember, if you want to ask the Experts a question of your own, we’ve made it super simple — just fire them an email and you could find your question taking centre stage, right here on the STA Travel Blog!
But before that, lets get back to Adam and his question for this week, take it away Adam…
Hi, I’m thinking of taking a trip through Europe on the interrail this summer in my break from uni, could you suggest a route that you think would be good? I will have about 4 weeks in total. Adam, Milton Keynes.
Fantastic question, so what do our Experts think? Let’s find out…
It’s Ask the Experts time again and this week they’re facing a pretty hefty question about one readers big trip. Good news is, if anyone can help, it’s our Travel Experts!
If you’d like our experts to tackle a travel question of yours all you have to do is drop us an email and they’ll give you their answers right here on the blog. This weeks question comes from a slightly confused Alexandra…
I’m 18 and planning on going on a trip next January time, but I’m getting completely overwhelmed about where to start. I’m not what you would call a ‘planner’ so I’m having a really hard time trying to get everything sorted. There are soooooo many places I want to see (hot, cold, jungles, rivers, mountains – I want to see it all!) but despite having no real time limit I only have about £5,000 so need to be realistic. If you could help me find some good places for a first time traveller I would realy appreciate it. Thanks, Alexandra
Thanks, Alexandra! What an exciting predicament, £5,000 and no time limit – the options are huge, lets see what Amy and Claire suggest…
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