Why leasing a minibus can be a great move for a family road trip

Jun 30 2023
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Picture this: you, your family, a map (or a sat-nav, if you’re a modern explorer), a cooler full of snacks, and the open road stretching out in front of you all. Now imagine enjoying it all safely within the cosy confines of a magnificent minibus!

It’s irrefutable that the family road trip is as popular as ever, with many destinations out there begging to be fully explored and enjoyed. Still, the journey is just as important as the destination, and the minibus can elevate each adventure for you and your whole family.

How do these vehicles build on these experiences? Do they really appeal to the whole family? Find out why they’re such a great addition to your family road trip below!

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European Fairy Tales: Magical destinations for family travel

Jun 03 2023
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As the world opens up again, families are eager to exchange the confines of their homes for the thrill of exploration and adventure. In the myriad choices available for a family holiday, Europe offers a unique proposition – the chance to bring the magic of fairy tales alive. Affordable holiday packages in Europe are making this dream a reality for many. In this blog, we will take a closer look at some of these magical destinations for a family Europe trip, designed to ignite the imagination of both adults and children alike.

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Russian Easter Festivities – what to expect!

May 10 2023
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Russian Easter Festivities – what to expect!

Russia is getting an awful lot of bad press, but to be fair, Putin isn’t Russia, the army isn’t Russia, Wagner isn’t Russia. I mean, are you Rishi? And as I happened to be thrown into my French exchange’s Easter jollities in Paris, it seemed a golden opportunity to show off the beauty of one of the country’s traditions.

French and Orthodox is an unusual combo; they are the descendants  of White Russians who escaped the carnage of the Revolution. They keep the language and traditions alive in their uproarious celebrations, especially at Easter and Christmas.

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