You’ll find lots of ideas and inspirations in the latest Coaching Venues & Excursions Guide which is available to buy now. 

Coaching Venues & Excursions Guide 2020

The 2020 edition is now available to order and view online. 

Coaching Venues & Excursions Guide 2020, published by Group Leisure & Travel, is now available in print and as an online digital edition. 

The publication is an information source for coach operators and group travel organisers. It provides ideas and inspiration for coach trips and holidays in the UK and in selected countries across Europe such as France, Belgium and Italy. 

A foreword from John Wales, the chair of the Coach Tourism Association (CTA), introduces the publication, forecasting that 2020 will see “competitive prices” for coach tourists maintaining the coach tour concept as a “very reassuringly British tradition”. 

A What’s New feature at the start of the annual outlines the latest coach-friendly openings including the Silverstone Experience, a new exhibition at Kensington Palace for 2020, a transformed Auckland Castle in County Durham and a major new ‘world of attractions’ at Paultons Park. 

An in-depth focus on each UK region follows, each complete with the latest news, suggested itineraries and expert opinions from tourism representatives.

These regional features zoom in on specific parts of the UK, from the South & South East of England and Scotland to England’s North Country and the West.

The 2020 edition of Coaching Venues & Excursions Guide also offers inspiration by way of ideas to suit a range of budgets, suggestions for locations with links to film and television, and places that have connections to famous faces or milestones throughout history.

Advice from Blue Badge Guides and accommodation suggestions add to what the publication has to offer both coach operators and group organisers.

Where can you access Coaching Venues & Excursions Guide?

To read the latest edition open the Coaching Venues & Excursions 2020 digital e-guide now.

You can also buy a printed copy by telephoning 01908-613323, e-mailing, or visiting