In addition to an amusing name, BlaBlaBus travel prices should amuse most passengers: one way trips start from 1 euro, for instance, between some cities in Germany.Read the story “City-to-city bus trip by BlaBlaBus as low as 1 euro in Europe”
Modern tourist buses are an easy and comfortable option for taking a city tour, but if you want to experience a destination in style like locals did a few decades ago, you can drive an old classic car yourself in a number of European cities.Read the story “City tours with style in Europe: rent and drive a classic car like a boss”
News and tips on travel, road trips and electric vehiclesRead the story “Travel news roundup: road trip 48 states, competitive small e-cars, internet for a world traveler”
Electric scooters have been a hot topic through the year 2018. It is a new, pollution-free transportation method that can solve the problem of traveling from a car park, train station or bus stop to a place that is a kilometer or two (or a mile) away. A number of startup businesses saw the opportunity in scooter rental, but they also made it a problem by allowing customers to park the vehicles anywhere. Spanish automaker Seat believes Europe needs a Seat electric scooter – in addition to the car, of course.Read the story “A European automaker is marketing electric scooters with its own car brand”
Recently, one of my neighbors asked my opinion on second-hand camper vans she had bookmarked to be considered for purchase at an online car sales service. She had just retired and had always wanted to tour Europe. The most important feature for her was that everything had to be at the same level. No beds upstairs. From my own experience, I thought what would be the second most important feature for her, and told her that she really, really wanted to have a toilet in the van.