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Paris in the Rain!

Having just returned from a lovely but rainy weekend in Paris, I have put together some tips to make the best of a wet weekend in the city of lights and romance. 1. Travel light – it’s no fun struggling on the metro with heavy bags – but leave a bit of room for some […]

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Save an hour as the clocks go back

This Sunday 25th October, we get 1 extra hour in bed which is just brilliant! As autumn draws to a close and winter sets in, it’s time to get excited about end of year events like Halloween, Harvest Time/Thanksgiving, Black Friday Sales, Christmas market tours, and Christmas – Yes Christmas it’s less than 9 weeks […]

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It’s Springtime as the clocks go forward!

Hurray, it’s officially spring! Springtime make us feel great. The weather is fair, we see more daylight, flowers are beginning to blossom, a bank holiday is upon us, it’s just warm enough to turn down the heating a notch or 2 and you begin to think, ‘I’m glad I’ve got a little holiday booked for […]

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Coronation Street Tour £99

Coronation Street – The Tour is back so Book Early for 2015!

Did you know Coronation Street – The Tour has been extended due to popular demand? Coachholidays.com felt duty bound to inform everyone of this exciting bit of news! Since the sight opened to the world in spring 2014, the interest from the public has been immense and the cobbled street of the fictional town of […]

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Escorted Coach Travel – More than you might expect!

To the people who have never been on a coach since school trips in the halcyon days of their education, they might notice one or two changes in the interceding years. Even the standard tour coach will have air conditioning, the next level, reclining seats, and then the Silver Service/Grand Tourer class in addition will […]

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Have you tried a Christmas Market?

It’s that time of year, a few weeks before December, when Christmas markets are springing up in cities and towns across the United Kingdom and Europe. These markets are all bustling with locals and tourist looking for great bargains on Yuletide wares. Over the years, we at Coachholidays.com have noted that visiting Christmas markets is […]

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