Spring is in the air and with it come great new activities and events to enjoy. After a long cold winter, we want you to get out and take advantage of the nice weather, and what better way to do so than travel to a city nearby. In order to help with inspiration, we have put together some upcoming events covering cities in the Northeast including:
We are excited to announce today the launch of our newest partner! All the way from the Midwest, sporting only the most comfortable buses, and now available to book on Wanderu.com, we welcome to the Wanderu Family Badger Bus!
Badger Bus tickets can be purchased directly from Universities around the Midwest including University of Madison, Milwaukee, whitewater, La Cross, Eau Claire, Stout, and University of Minnesota. Continue reading
Badger Bus is a midwest bus company that services the Madison, WI and Milwaukee, WI areas. The Badger Bus Schedule boasts trips from Madison to Milwaukee everyday of the year. To supplement this core service, Badger Bus schedules also include multiple “college connection” services on the weekend. The “college connection” sends buses to many of the big universities in the area, including University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Minneapolis etc.
***Badger Bus is live on Wanderu.com. Buy your tickets today!***
Badger Bus tickets are live on Wanderu. See useful tips and tricks and plan your next trip today!
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Purchasing Badger Bus tickets online is the most economical and convenient option, allowing travels to save at least 10%. If you do choose to buy online, it is recommended to purchase the Badger Bus tickets at least an hour before departure and to arrive at the bus stop 10 minutes before departure to guarantee a seat. While not required, it is always a good idea to search on wanderu.com and compare Badger Bus tickets against all the other buses running this route.
On Monday April 20 the 119th Boston Marathon will be run. This 26.2 mile course starting in Hopkinton, MA and ending in Copley Square will be an event close to many peoples hearts. Less than a week after the two-year anniversary of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and with the world’s eyes currently on the trial of the now infamous Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 30K+ people will run in the 2015 Boston Marathon. Continue reading