Minibus and Coach Hire

Liverpool Minibus and Coach Hire provide affordable minibus and coach hire in the Merseyside region. We have been in business for a long time now and have become a major force in private transport services. We cover a huge range of events in Liverpool and these include school trips, birthdays, nights out, stag and hen parties, race events, football matches and corporate trips. We have a dedicated customer service team which is available around the clock and we have many drivers on standby. All drivers are equipped with the full equipment and are professionally trained. Liverpool comes under the L1 post code area.

The specific ranges of vehicles are minibuses in eight seater, twelve seater, and fourteen seater categories. We can also offer mini coaches which are sixteen and twenty four seater respectively. A medium size coach is available for bigger groups and this includes thirty three, thirty six, forty nine, and fifty three seater vehicles. A double decker bus compromising of sixty or seventy eight seats can be booked and we guarantee a full arrangement package for this service.liverpool minibus hire can take you to and from the airports to many destinations across liverpool with its extensive fleet of vehicles

Liverpool is a major UK city based in the Metropolitan Borough of Merseyside. It became a city in 1880 and is the fourth largest in the UK with a population of over 436,000 people. For many years it was part of Lancashire and its early development came about due to trading links across the Atlantic. The Liverpool Docks contributed in bringing prosperity to the area.

Today Liverpool is diverse and culturally rich and has a big history with people of Irish, African and Chinese descent. Man areas of the city have been given world heritage rankings and in 2008 it enjoyed the status of European Capital of Culture.

The main attractions in the city include many 16th century buildings which have been preserved and also other modern day architecture. The main site is of course the Liverpool Docks and most noticeably the Albert Docks. This is historically one of the most important ports in the world. The Stanley Dock is also worth mentioning as at the time of its construction was the largest building in the world in terms of area. Liverpool comes under the L1 post code area.

The Pier Head is also prominent and this incorporates the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. These are a symbol of Liverpool’s maritime history.

The ECHO Arena, Liverpool Town Hall, The Bank of England building, St Georges Hall, Speke Hall Tudor Manor House and also the West Tower are all part of the commercial and cultural districts of this city. Liverpool Cathedral deserves special mention as it is regarded as one of the greatest buildings in the world.