with Liverpool, minibus hire and coach hire is the best way for your group to explore and move around Liverpool, and we offer the best fleet of minibus and coaches.
Our Liverpool minibus hire and coach hire services offer you certain unbeatable advantages.
For starters, you get a choice of the most modern and superior vehicles, such as Ford Transit, Mercedes 16 seater, Volvos, and Iveco coaches. These vehicles spot several comforts, such as air conditioning, audio and video seats, reclining seats, and more, as default features. We further pack in several accessories, to further enhance your comfort. For instance, all our coaches have GPS enabled, allowing us and you to track movements in real time.
Our Liverpool minibus hire in comes with the services of a very competent and dedicated driver, who knows the way around the region, and who know how to navigate the heavy traffic skillfully. With our drivers, you spend less time on the roads, and more time at your destination. However, our drivers are well aware of traffic regulations, and never violate traffic rules, or do anything that compromises your safety. They are well trained in customer care as well.
Our customer support team provides you with valuable support, in making follow ups, coordinating pick up points, and doing everything else to ensure your trip goes smoothly.
Our rates are extremely competitive. We charge very low rates, which is a direct result of our highly efficient operations, which keeps overheads down. We offer maximum value, a fact recognized by several corporate group and others, who retain us for all group travel requirements. Read through the testimonials left by delighted customers.
We have smooth and efficient systems in place, to ensure all vehicles undergo inspection, check, and service, at the required intervals. We make proactive replacement of tyres, oil, and other essentials, both to improve performance, and gain better mileage in our vehicle. All vehicles are subject to extensive check and cleaning before the start of a trip, and the odds of a vehicle breakdown, during the course of our trip, is virtually zero.
Liverpool, in Merseyside, England, with a population of 470,537 (2011 census), is a lively maritime city, with a rich history behind it.
The town boomed into a major port during the industrial revolution and continues to have a thriving economy. The economy is now dominated by service industries, specifically banking, finance, education, media, and life sciences. Mega complexes such as Liverpool One have propelled the city into the top five retail destinations in the UK. The city also has a robust manufacturing base, with Jaguar Land Rover’s plant, manufacturing the Range Rover Evoque, situated at nearby Halewood. The latest multi-million expansion project is all set to revive Liverpool as a major maritime hub a well.
Liverpool has the most splendid setting of any English city, being set amidst a ridge of sandstone hills. Many areas of Liverpool are declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The top attraction is the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, which incorporates Albert Dock, Pier Head, and William Brown Street.
The Albert Dock packs in the maximum concentration of Grade I listed buildings in UK, and is the most visited multi-use attraction, outside London. The location hosts several museums, such as International Slavery Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Tate Liverpool and The Beatles Story. The Liverpool Town Hall, one of the oldest buildings in town, is a fine example of Georgian architecture.
The “Cultural Quarter”, or the area around William Brown Street, has several equally stately and ornate buildings, including St. George’s Hall, the Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Library, and World Museum Liverpool. Most buildings here spot neo-classical architecture. Speke Hall, a Tudor manor house, is one of the oldest surviving buildings in town.
Liverpool is a lovely city, having earned several awards and recognition, such as being declared the “European Capital of Culture” in 2008, and Guinness World Records’ “World Capital City of Pop.” The city was home to Beatles, the legendary pop band. The museums and houses associated with the band, are almost a pilgrim centre now.
Liverpool has an active sports scene, with Liverpool FC and Everton FC household names. The Aintree racecourse, located in the countryside surrounding the city, is host to the famous Grand National that attracts people from far and wide. The next edition starts on April 7, 2016.
Liverpool lies 35 miles from Manchester, 98 miles from Birmingham, and 229 miles from London. The main roads going near the city are the M62 motorway, A41, A55, and A562 routes. The Liverpool Lime Street station is a major rail terminus, and offer regular connections to London, and many other Midland destinations. Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers excellent air connectivity to other UK airports and many cities of Europe.
Our minibus hire in Liverpool is in high demand for airport transfers, day trips, excursions, private functions, corporate functions, and a host of other purposes.
Booking a Liverpool minibus hire from us is very easy. Simply fill up an online booking form at and get an auto generated quote, all within a few minutes. If you have special requests or want to schedule multiple trips, email, phone, or chat with our customer support team, who would provide you with a custom quote that suits your specific requirements. We operate round the clock, and you may schedule pickups from anywhere in the Liverpool postcode area, where postcodes start with “L.”.