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Coach travel facts: The truth about coach trips from the experts

Coach travel myths busted

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Some people are still put off by coach travel because of how they remember it being decades ago – cramped, stuffy and uncomfortable. And so some young people also aren’t keen on it because of what their parents have told them. But, nowadays, coach travel is so different! It is a popular transport option for holidays, short breaks, school trips,…

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UK holiday guide 2018: planning the perfect staycation | Mayday Travel

Planning the perfect staycation

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The rise of the staycation has seen holiday spots in the UK become more popular than ever, with British holidaymakers looking to save money and reduce stress. The trend has picked up in recent years due to a whole combination of factors – including the economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit and safety fears abroad due to reports in the media. According…

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Surrey coach trips: Guide to Denbies Wine Estate tours | Mayday Travel

Enjoy a tipple with a coach trip to Denbies Wine Estate

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Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, Surrey is famed as one of the largest UK wine producers, with 265 acres of land for its vines. In 2016, the vineyard celebrated its 30th birthday. As well as accounting for an impressive 10% of the UK’s total number of vines, and of course producing award-winning English wines, Denbies is a popular destination for…

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Take the coach to avoid crowded trains

Tired of overcrowded, delayed trains? Then travel by coach

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There is nothing worse than being stuck on a train platform in the cold and wet, looking at a departures screen that is littered with the words ‘cancelled’ and ‘delayed’. When the train eventually turns up, it is so crowded that there is nowhere to stand but awkwardly under the arm of another passenger, making for a long and uncomfortable…

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