Hire a Greenwich minibus taxi and go with your friends or club to scale the O2 in London. You can do a sunset climb and pass 90 amazing minutes seeing great views, with informative guides to help you.
Greenwich is situated in South-east London and is one of the five boroughs of the London Docklands; it is connected to Canary Wharf and other districts by the Docklands Light Railway and of course by Greenwich minibus hire.
For anyone booking a family celebration to include seeing the Cutty Sark or taking a coach load of students to the Royal Observatory, coach hire in Greenwich is simple to book. It will also give your day trouble free transport and help to make everything run smoothly.
So often, it is poor travel arrangements that can ruin a day out with friends or colleagues and it is so cheap and easy to overcome this potential, just by the simple expedient of booking with Greenwich minibus hire.
Greenwich is fun, fascinating and full of history; it's also a place of culture, nature and entertainment in one gulp. It is renowned for its maritime history and influence and has donated its name to the Greenwich Meridian (0° longitude) and Greenwich Mean Time.
History abounds in Greenwich, being the birthplace of royal Tudors, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. The Palace of Placentia was built in Greenwich and subsequently rebuilt, after the English Civil War, as the Royal Naval Hospital for Sailors by Sir Christopher Wren. Now it is the Greenwich Foundation, and the fascinating historic rooms within the buildings are open to the public.
And you must let Greenwich coach hire transport you The Old Royal Naval College,Sir Christopher Wren's domed masterpiece at the centre of the heritage site.
The Cutty Sark, sitting majestically and lovingly restored, on the river bank needs no explanation; it is a national treasure.
As one might expect from a town steeped in naval history, rowing is an integral part of sporting life in Greenwich. In fact, the first Greenwich Regatta was held in 1785.
Close to the Naval College is the Trinity Hospital almshouse, which was founded in 1613, and is the oldest surviving building in the town centre.
Let Greenwich minibus taxi take your group to explore the historical connections of Greenwich with ease and safety. All our drivers are trained, qualified to VOSA standard, vetted and insured.
The Musical Museum is a haven for music lovers. The tours are entertaining and you can listen to the original instruments played live.
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Visitors to Britain's vibrant capital often find a coach hire expedient for their initial introduction to the city. Our experienced drivers can promptly get you to and from London attractions so that you make the most of your holiday time with friends and family.