North America
By Hannah Jeffery

Top 5 places to visit in America for beer

Not just about dramatic landscapes, rich and diverse history, and extra-large food portions, America leads the way in cultish craft beer. Full of historic breweries and beardy backyard brewers turning out hop-based puns, here are five of the best beer towns you should tap into.

Worldwide
By Hannah Jeffery

It’s our 40th! Join us on a trip down memory lane…

It’s our 40th birthday – check out these memories from the STA Travel vault. It’s all about the student fares and flares.

Worldwide
By Rachael Porter

40 things to do before you’re 40

40 is the new 30, right?! We’re celebrating our 40th birthday this year, and we’re filling it with obnoxious amounts of balloons, cake and adventures. We’ve looked back on our last 40 years of adventure and devised the perfect bucketlist of things to do before you get to our age. 

Worldwide
By Alexx Hayward

The ultimate guide to solo female travel

After moving to the other side of the world (twice!) and ticking off twelve countries solo, I’ve pulled together the best tips and tricks to help you feel safe, prepared and confident to take on the globe as a solo female traveller

Worldwide
By Kim Durbridge

It’s World Book Day! Here are 14 books about travel to ignite your wanderlust

Here are fourteen of our favourite travel reads, guaranteed to ignite your wanderlust and deepen your understanding of your next destination…

Worldwide
By Rachael Porter

Solo female travel stories from across the globe

Ever since 1911, the world has celebrated International Women’s Day on the 8th March. It may be 2019 (and we can celebrate women all day every day, k?) but we won’t pass up an opportunity to talk about how amazing they are.

Latin America
By Emma Mitra

Your Rio Carnival Survival Guide

The time to get your flights to Rio Carnival booked is fast approaching, so check out our guide to help you make the most of every single sequinned-head-dress, street-party-dancing, samba-moves-busting minute at the world’s biggest celebration.

Europe
By Claire Louise Sheridan

Eating vegetarian or vegan in Western Europe

Veganuary got you hook-line-and-sinkered? Well, eating vegan or veggie has gotten waaaay easier on the road, so you’re in luck… especially if you’re heading west.

Worldwide
By Kim Durbridge

World Kindness Day: Kindness around the world

With National Random Acts of Kindness Day on Sunday 17th, we thought we’d celebrate some of the best acts of kindness we’ve ever encountered on the road. Because really, people are innately lovely. Tissues at the ready!

Europe
By Claire Louise Sheridan

Eating vegetarian or vegan in the UK

Whether you’re kick-starting the year with a meat-free resolution or you’ve been a veggie for years, traveling doesn’t need to be difficult. The UK is really easy to get around when living that vegan or veggie life.