Gwen Jones, our creative brochure manager, studied in Ireland ; so who better to tell us where to shove our stereotypes and take a 'proper' trip to Ireland than someone who lived and breathed the fresh (and slightly chilly) Irish air?
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 and devised the perfect bucketlist of things to do before you get to our age.
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're not going to pass up an opportunity to talk about how amazing they are. In the spirit of IWD, we asked female employees across STA Travel to send us their favourite solo travel story.
We’re 40 this year, believe it or not (we use good anti-wrinkle cream) and to celebrate we’ve combed through all our hostel deals across Europe to piece together a list of cities that you can stay in for two nights for less than €40!
The streets are alive with the sounds of samba, the smells of caiprinhas and barbequed meat. Everywhere you look you see vibrant colours, feathers and quite a few sequins. It can only be the Rio Carnival, the world’s most famous celebration.
Ever wondered why you’re compatible with certain travel companions, or are drawn to seemingly random destinations? It's all in the stars...
Veganuary got you hook-line-and-sinkered? Well, eating vegan or veggie has gotten waaaay easier on the road, so you're in luck.
The post Eating vegetarian or vegan while traveling Western Europe appeared first on STA Travel Blog.
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. Claire Sheridan from Happy Cow is here to give us the low-down.
Our student ambassador, Tristan, spent one week discovering the beauty and diversity of Colombia, visiting Cartagena, Bogota and Tayrona National Park. He's here to tell you why you should take a short break and explore this easily-accessible destination.
Whether you were converted by Veganuary, or you’re a seasoned veggie/vegan, it’s always nice to know that there will be plenty of things to munch when you travel abroad. Claire Sheridan, veg-lover and worldly traveler is here to give you the low-down.