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Life’s too short to spend all of your time in one place, which is why we at Coach Hire in London are offering a first class coach hire service. From minibuses that’ll get you to Gatwick or Heathrow on time, to double decker coaches that can transport large groups to Notting Hill Carnival, we have a fleet that suits groups of all sizes.

coach hire london for some of the city’s biggest events

Whether you’re living in the UK’s capital or you’re just a visitor here, you’ll already know that London is home to some of the world’s biggest events. Notting Hill Carnival, Trooping the Colour, Chelsea Flower Show, and Carnival Del Pueblo are just some of the major events that kick off here each year. You may be living in NW1, SW10, SE5, NE18, or further afield. No matter where you are, you can come to us for a coach hire service that helps you witness some of the city’s biggest occasions.

Alternatively, you might be looking for a way to explore the rest of the city. From Hampton Court to Kensington Palace, London is home to some of the world’s best stately homes, and our minibuses are ideal for helping you reach them. You may even want to visit an exhibition at the Excel Arena, go to a concert at the O2 Arena, or you might want to visit Westminster Abbey. Whatever your destination of choice, you can guarantee our friendly drivers will get you there on time. While there are many coach hire companies in London, we can confidently say we’ll offer you an excellent price without compromising the quality of your journey. In addition, we offer excellent customer service no matter how big or small the journey is, which you’ll soon see when you check out our testimonials.

Are you looking for a way to escape London for the day? From trips down to Brighton or up towards Oxford, we have plenty of ways for you to explore some of the UK’s most beautiful areas. As we offer coaches of all shapes and sizes, we’re an ideal choice for tour groups, school days out, or even groups from residential homes. If you’d like to know more about how much it costs to get your group from A to B, just contact us for an obligation-free quote.

Using our minibus hire in London for your everyday needs

At Coach Hire in London, we offer a minibus hire service that meets all kinds of needs. This includes:

  • An airport pickup and drop off service
  • Nights out in London
  • Hen parties and stag dos
  • Corporate coach hire
  • Business event coach hire

Whether you’re going to London Luton, London City, London Gatwick, or London Heathrow airport, we have a service that will ensure you are in time for your flight. Our drivers know to check the route’s traffic conditions regularly, ensuring you do not miss your flight or connection. When it comes to picking you up, our drivers will track your flight to ensure they are there on time. By using our minibus hire in London, you can rest assured your holiday or business trip will be comfortable from beginning to end.

Coach hire company for those special occasions

Whether your celebrations are big or small, you can come to us for a coach hire service that helps you celebrate those special occasions. Our services are ideal for:

  • Wedding coach hire
  • Funeral coach services
  • Family reunions
  • Christenings
  • Birthday bus hire

When it comes to weddings, one of the biggest stresses is whether your guests will make it from the church to your wedding breakfast venue. With our wedding coach hire service, you can remove that worry and enjoy your day. This service is ideal for christenings also, especially if the event afterwards is a fair distance from the church. Thanks to our coaches being comfortable and well equipped for wedding parties, you can ensure your guests will arrive in style, ready to dance the night away.

We understand that funerals are difficult times, which is why our drivers will act with the utmost dignity and discretion on the day. At Coach Hire London, we want to do what we can to make this challenging time less upsetting.

When it comes to birthday buses, we understand that getting your guests to the venue on time is essential. In addition to achieving this, we’ll offer them all the facilities they need to relax comfortably before and after their night out, leaving you to enjoy your big day.

Why choose us for your coach and minibus needs?

In addition to taking great pride in our customer service, we offer:

We cover coach hire London is a well-known tourist destination, case in point, every year London receives 15 million visitors. They all flock in to the Britain’s capital to enjoy its vibrant art and entertainment facilities. London boasts of some of the world’s greatest concentrations of both historical and cultural attractions. From the people’s parliament to the royal palaces, from the cathedrals to the castles you can spend a lifetime just enjoying the scenic places in London without getting bored. Truly, there is no place like London.

In this article, we’ll talk about the best places to visit according to the postal codes.

EC2A
EC2A is easy to navigate as the nearest station is the Old Street Tube Station, which is approximately 5 mins to the West. Some of the best events to attend while in EC2A include SKNT, Throwback Thursdays, Hoxton Ukulele Hootenanny or the Shoreditch Electric Light Station, which is home to the Circus Space. The best sites to visit include 71a Gallery, which plays host to film screenings, exhibitions, panels, parties, etc. Also, there is the Bunhill Fields where over 120,000 nonconformists such as Daniel Defoe, John Bunyan and William Blake were laid to rest. Lastly, you can visit Hoxton Square, which is home to some of best restaurants and bars in East London.

E17
In Walthamstow places Victoria Line, the Leafy Epping Forest, and the Walthamstow are definitely places you want to visit. Aside from that, you can also visit God’s Own Junkyard and enjoy the marvelous display of neon.

E18
While here, you can visit The Retreat or the Valentines Park. You can also enjoy the Context London Tours or grab a drink at the Switch Bar.

E20
In Stratford City, the best places to visit are Aspers Casino, which is approximately 0.1 miles from Stratford City. You can also visit, London Aquatics Centre or Guida Turistica a Londra Tours.

N1
Find out more about London’s canals by visiting the London Canal Museum located in Islington. While here, you can also visit the Islington Farmer’s Market, the Screen on the Green, the Camden Passage and the Angel Comedy to enjoy a good laugh.

N2
East Finchley is home to one of the oldest cinema in London- The Phoenix Cinema. For quality products, shop at Dacha or Kay’s.

N3
Finchley Centre is famous for its historical sites such as the Avenue House where Henry Charles Stephens, son of Dr Henry Stephens considered to be home. While here, you can sample the numerous restaurants such as the Durum Ocakbasi, Ishtah, Siaim, and Yijo.

N4
Finsbury Park is has the largest population of Algerian nationals in London. It’s considered as one the best places for party fanatics. The best places to visit include Dotori, Le Rif, Rowans Bowl, and Old Dairy.

N5
Enjoy a meal at the Miki’s Paradise or the Highness Café & Tea Room. If you are fan of Georgina Cuisine, you can dine at Tbilisi or Le Coq.

N6
Highgate has long been seen as one of the distinguished neighborhoods in London. It is home to places such the Boogaloo, a pub famous for its themed DJ nights and market. You can also visit Waterlow Park, Jacksons Lane, Pavilion Café, Fish Fish and High Tea of Highgate.

N7
Holloway has decent hotels such as Five Kings Guest House, Charlies Hotel, New Market House, Korova Restaurant, Healthy Wealthy, Kokeb Ethiopian Restaurant, Pleasance Theatre and Egg London.

N8
Crouch End is home to Bistro Aix, Beam, Audio Gold, ArtHouse Couch End, The Earl Haig Hall, St James, TooTooMoo, Little Paris, and Villiers Terrace.

N9
While in Lower Edmonton, you can visit the Tanning Station, Buckle and Vaughan, The Salisbury Arms, and Winchmore Hill Green.

N10
Muswell Hill is one the loveliest place in North London. It’s home to the Crocodile Antiquities, Can’t Buy Me Love, Benjawan Thai Cushion, and Highgate Wood.

N11
Make sure you pass by Alexandra Palace, Broomfield Park Adventure Golf, Bethune Nature Reserve, Friary Park, Arnos Park, Oak Hill Park, and Oakwood Park.

N12
North Finchley is home to some nice places such as Curry Cottage Indian Cuisine, The Albion, 360 Arts Limited, Bellydance, and Bella Mia.

N13
While in Palmers Green Station, you can visit The Fox, Broomfield Adventure Golf, Highgate Cemetery, Dog & Duck, William Morris Gallery, and Pymmes Park.

N14
With places such as the ZSL London Zoo and Lee Valley Regional Park, you can never get bored while Southgate area.

N15
While in Seven Sisters, you can visit Shakespeare Walk Adventure Playground or the West Reservoir Centre.

N16
Visit Hackney Downs Studios; Stoke Newington International Airport, MostArt Centre, Whole Foods Market, and Yum Yum.

N17
While in Tottenham be sure to visit White Hart Lane, Fountain Hotel, Bruce Castle Museum, Autograf, The Banc, Bruce Castle park, Chestnuts Park and Markfield Park.

N18
Upper Edmonton is home to one of the best Chinese restaurants known as Woo. You can also visit the Jerki’s for fast Food.

N19
Enjoy the art showcased in 176 gallery or the famous paintings in Kenwood House.

N20
While here be sure to visit the Totteridge City Center for sightseeing. The King George V Playing Fields can be a nice addition to your travel list.

N21
If you intend to explore the interiors of the city, be sure to pass by St. Margaret’s Church and Amersham Museum.

N22
Every year on 4th to 5th November, Alexandra Palace Plays host to the annual Fireworks Festival.

North West District
From the bustling towns, delightful people and beautiful culture, there is always something for everyone to enjoy while in the NW District.

For the first timers, you can start by touring the British library, which is located in NW1. It has a vast collection of literature works. While here, you can also visit the Ritblat Gallery to enjoy some of the early works of Shakespeare and treasures from Jane Austin’s notebook. And to top it all off, you’ll also get a chance to view the original Beatle’s lyrics. It’s always free except for some events.

Hampstead Heath
Located in NW3, the Hampstead Heath is home to one of the best panoramic viewpoints as well as bathing ponds. Here, you get to enjoy the English life and a fine stretch in the Hilly green lush woods. At the heart of Hampstead is Kenwood House, a place you get to enjoy art treasures that includes works from Gainsborough, Vermeer, and Rembrandt.

Parliament Hill
You do not get to visit the NW district without enjoying a view of the Parliament Hill. NW3 is a perfect location to enjoy this view. While here, you can take a picnic and enjoy the cool air, survey the city’s skyline.

Lord’s Cricket Ground
Established in 1787, the Lord’s Cricket Ground is considered to be “The Home of Cricket”. For over 2 centuries, Marylebone Cricket Club has used this ground as their home ground. Enjoy a 90-minute tour of the dressing rooms, Long Room, Media Centre, and MCC Museum. There is no better place to visit while in NW8 than the Lord’s Cricket Ground.

NW4
The NW4 area is well known for its peaceful atmosphere, Brent Reservoir, Tapuach, which is famous for its mouth watering foods. Hendon Park Café, Pages of Hendon are also nice additions.

NW2
In Cricklewood, you are sure to enjoy your time in The Beaton Docket, Savage London, Hampstead Heath, Footprints of London and Primrose Hill.

NW5
There is no place like the Knowhere Special for the ladies and Gentlemen. Places like the Boma Garden Centre Ltd, The Forum, Camdem Marker, Proud Camdem and Enigma escape also stand out.

NW6
Robert Graham, Airport Express, Art 4 Fun, Rock n Roll Tours, Freud Museum, Londonna Tour Guide, Rock Bakehouse, and West Hampstead Farmer’s Market are some of the best places to visit in West Hampstead.

NW7
Are you looking to enjoy a day at the spa? Visit the Siam Sanctuary for some steamy massage. Also make sure you pass by the Air Force Museum and the Royal Aircraft Museum for an educational and insightful experience.

NW9
The Beaufort Pub & Dining, Mount Mascal Stables, Brent Cross Shopping Centre are some of the best places to enjoy in Colindale.

NW10
At the Deli Beira, you will get to enjoy continental food or the O’Farrell’s where you get to enjoy a wide range of the best meat in town. At the Gladstone Park, you get to enjoy a jog at anytime of the day.

NW11
The Golders Green has fascinating places such as the Golder’s Hill Park, King Solomon Hotel, London Golders Green, Best Western Palm Hotel or the Brent Park.

South East District

Imperial War Museum
If you are fan of history then you might as well pass by the Imperial War Museum in SE1 and enjoy the wide range of world war antiquities. While here, you can also ride the London’s Eye.

Royal Museums Greenwich
Just beside the Greenwich Park, there are 3 outstanding attraction. These include the Royal Observatory, The Queen’s House, and The National Maritime Museum.

Eltham Palace &Gardens
During a sunny afternoon, you can visit the Etham Palace & Gardens to enjoy the art deco as well as the attractive gardens. SE9 is the place to be.

SE2
Below is a selection of best places to visit in Abbey Wood:
i. Brick Lane Music Hall
ii. Blackheath Halls
iii. The O2 Arena
iv. Royal Artillery Museum

S3
i. Holiday Inn Express
ii. DoubleTree By Hilton London
iii. Intercontinental London
iv. Blackheath Holistic Health Service
v. Christchurch Centre

SE4
i. Masala Wala Café
ii. Brockley Market
iii. London Beer Dispensary
iv. Arlo & Moe
v. Jam Circus
vi. Mr Lawrence Wine Bar
vii. The Talbot

SE5
i. Theo’s Pizzeria
ii. South London Gallery
iii. Stormbird
iv. Angels & Gypsies
v. Crooked Well
vi. Johansson’s
vii. Hermit’s Cave

SE6
i. Whatcom Falls Park
ii. Fairhaven Historic District
iii. Lake Padden Park
iv. Mount Baker Theatre
v. Nooksack Falls
vi. Interurban Trail
vii. Big Rock Garden

SE7
i. Thames Barrier Information Centre
ii. Charlton Lido
iii. The Antigallican Hotel
iv. Dial Arch
v. The White Swan
vi. Cattleya

SE8
i. Adelphia Restaurant & Lounge
ii. AMC Deptford 8
iii. Nippers Pub
iv. Kev’s Pub
v. Deptford Mall

SE9
i. The Lord Northbrook
ii. Prezzo
iii. Harverster
iv. Tudor Barn Eltham

SE11
i. The Hayward Gallery
ii. IWM London
iii. Tibetan Peace Gardens
iv. Florence Nightingale Museum
v. Bankside Gallery

SE12
i. Honeywood Museum
ii. Beddington Park
iii. Windsor Castle Pub
iv. Mayfield Lavender Farm

SE13
i. DGA Tours
ii. London Discovery Tours
iii. Greenwich Park
iv. Old Royal Naval College

SE14
i. The Allotment
ii. Albany Theatre
iii. Birdie Num Num
iv. London Particular
v. Festa sul Prato
vi. Archie’s Bar
vii. Paranhodu
viii. Goldsmiths

SE15
i. Nunhead Cemetery
ii. Bambuni Wine & Grocery
iii. The Telegraph

SE16
i. London YHA Thameside
ii. The Terrace Restaurant
iii. The Yellow House Kitchen & Bar

SE17
i. Highfield Farm Creamery
ii. The Coronet
iii. Palace Bingo
iv. Ministry of Sound

SE18
i. 9 Gatling Rd
ii. The Tailor’s Chalk

SE19
i. Crystal Palace Park
ii. Vintage Delights
iii. Great Bars
iv. Foodies Paradise
v. Crystal Palace Overground Festival

SE20
i. Croydon Fairfield Halls
ii. Jack Studio Theatre
iii. Hootananny Briton

SE21
i. Dulwich Picture Gallery
ii. Christ’s Chapel

SE22
i. The Bishop
ii. Barcelona Tapas Bar
iii. The Actress
iv. The Cheese Block
v. Dulwich Public Baths

SE23
i. Canvas & Cream
ii. St David Coffee House

SE24
i. Fish & Wine
ii. Bickles
iii. Café Prov
iv. Olley’s
v. Pizza Express
vi. Pellone Pizza

SE25
i. Brickfields Meadow
ii. The Bunny Hole
iii. Stanley Halls
iv. Heavers Meadow
v. Selhurst Park

SE26
i. La Petite Bouchee
ii. Sugarhill Café
iii. Gurkha’s
iv. Friends of Flavours
v. On the Hoof of Bistro

SE27
i. Great North Wood
ii. Beamish & McGlue
iii. Blackbird Bakery
iv. Lal Baag

SE28
i. Crossness Pumping Station
ii. Julius Lodge

SW District
The SW District boasts of world renowned attraction sites such as the Elizabeth Tower and the Houses of Parliament. Places like the Churchill War Rooms, located in SW1 area have for long been a favorite destination for many historians. The Royal Albert Hall, SW7, where the 1st World Bodybuilding contest was held. While here, you get to enjoy the Secret Tour of the building.

You can’t leave the SW District without visiting the Stamford Bridge, SW6, dressing rooms, the museum, the pitch and the press room.

In SW10, there is Brompton Cemetery, which occupies 39 acres of prime real estate.
Other notable attraction sites include:

SW1
i. Communal park
ii. The Punchbowl
iii. Cadogan Halls
iv. The Queens’ Gallery
v. Guards Museum
vi. The Belgarvia Gallery

SW2
i. Franco Manca
ii. Boqueria
iii. Honest Burgers
iv. KaoSarn
v. Brixton Market
vi. Brockwell Park
vii. Ritzy Cinema Brixton
viii. Effra Social

SW3
i. Old Post Office Tavern
SW4
i. Clapham Common
ii. Brickwood
iii. Wine & Charcuterie
iv. Stockwell Festivals
v. King & Co
vi. The Old Town

SW5
i. The Exhibition Centre
ii. The Troubadour
iii. Kensington Palace
iv. Albert Museum
v. Garden Lounge

SW8
i. Nando’s
ii. Lambeth’s Murals

SW9
i. Brixton Jam
ii. Pop Art Sushi
iii. Four O Nine
iv. The Clapham North
v. The Swan
vi. The Cavendish Arms

SW11
i. Flour to the People
ii. Battersea Flower Station
iii. Battersea Park
iv. Augustine Kitchen
v. Humble Grape
vi. Red Pocket
vii. The Latchmere
viii. Pump House Gallery

SW12
i. The Bedford
ii. Brickwood
iii. Arlo’s
iv. Balham Bowl Clubs
v. Beyrouths
vi. Lambert
vii. Hildreth Street Market
viii. Balham Swimming Pool
ix. Clarence
x. Devonshire

SW13
i. The London Wetland Centre
ii. Riverside Gallery
iii. The Old Sorting Office Art Centre
iv. Question Air
v. The Bull’s Head
vi. Sonny’s Kitchen

SW14
i. Half Moon
ii. Putney Arts Theatre
iii. The National Archives
iv. WWT London Wetland Centre
v. Chiswick House
vi. Valentina Sheen
vii. Fat Boys- Sheen

SW15
i. Boat Racing
ii. Kashmir
iii. Tried & True
iv. The Prince of Wales
v. Kitchenettes Putney
vi. Gazette Putney
vii. Enoteca Turi
viii. Alquimia

SW16
i. Norbury Wharf Limited
SW17
i. The Little Taperia
ii. Mud
iii. Tooting Market
iv. Unwined in Tooting
v. Plot
vi. Dosa n Chutny
vii. Meza
viii. Apollo Banana Leaf
ix. Oily Cart Theatre Treehouse
x. The Big London Bake

SW18
i. Tara Arts
ii. Three Six Six Earlsfield
iii. County House Earlsfield
iv. Graffiti Bar
v. The Saltcave

SW19
i. Deen City Farm
ii. Wandle Trail
iii. Beverley Brook Walk
iv. Nelson Trail
v. Wimbledon Tennis Championship
vi. Capital Ring Walks

SW20
i. National Army Museum
ii. The Phoenix
iii. Royal Hospital Chelsea
iv. Chelsea Affiliated Synagogue
v. Saatchi Gallery
vi. Lush Spa
vii. The Chelsea Potter
viii. The Chelsea Day Spa

West District
The West District is home to some of the most magnificent buildings in London such as the Kensington Palace, the Strawberry Hill, the Leighton House, the Frontline Club, and the Osterley Park.

Other notable sites and restaurants include:
W1
i. Daisy Green
ii. Nordic Bakery
iii. Paul Smith
iv. Wallace Collection
v. The Harcourt
vi. Dorset Square Hotel
vii. Garden of Rest
viii. Regent’s Park
ix. Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

W2
i. Coventry Village
ii. Realmz Escape Game
iii. Swallow Bar
iv. Galleria Morley Shopping Centre
v. Porchester Spa
vi. Queens Ice and Bowl

W3
i. Castle
ii. The Kings Head
iii. Acton Park
iv. Tenpin Acton
v. Arthur Razor
vi. The Discovery Museums
vii. The Happy Chocolatier
viii. Acton State Historic Site

W4
i. Brew
ii. Chief Coffee
iii. The Duke of Sussex
iv. Charlotte’s Bistro
v. Chiswick House
vi. National Archives
vii. Grove Park House

W5
i. L’Oro di Napoli
ii. Electric Coffee Company
iii. Walpole Park
iv. The Grange
v. Santa Maria
vi. Café Grove
vii. Kiraku
viii. PM Gallery & House
ix. London Transport Museum Depot

W6
i. Crabtree
ii. The Gate
iii. Malina Restaurant
iv. Potli
v. Hammersmith Apollo
vi. 7 Hammersmith Terrace
vii. William Morris Society & Kelmscott House Museum

W7
i. The Drayton Court Hotel
ii. The Clocktower Café
iii. Bunny Park
iv. The Duke of Kent
v. Pitshanger Village Bakery
vi. Southhall Square
vii. Jubilee Gardens
viii. Pitshanger Park

W8
i. Yashin
ii. Mazi
iii. Dirty Bones
iv. Royal Albert Hall
v. Holland Park
vi. Blakes
vii. The Franklin Hotel
viii. Design Museum
ix. Kensington Palace

W9
i. BBC Maide Vale Studios
ii. Puppet Theatre Barge
iii. The Grand Union Pub
iv. The Colonnade
v. The Summerhouse
vi. The Waterway
vii. Kateh

W10
i. Lowry & Baker
ii. E&O
iii. Portobello Road Market
iv. Honest Jon’s
v. Dock Kitchen
vi. Kipferl- Ladbroke Grove
vii. Snaps & Rye
viii. Zayane Restaurant

W11-Holland Park
i. Leighton House Museum
ii. 18 Stafford Terrace
iii. Peacock House
iv. Notting Hill
W12
i. Adams Café
ii. Bush Hall
iii. Belushi’s Shepherd’s Bush
iv. Abu Zaad
v. Tian Fu
vi. Patio Sufi

W13
i. The No 5 club
ii. Mind Body Spirit Ealing
iii. History Bikes
iv. Walpole Park
v. Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
vi. Mall Galleries

W14
i. L’Elysee Artisan Café
ii. El Toro
iii. Miran Masala
iv. The Curtains Up
v. Famous Three Kings
vi. Debenham House

Outer London
When trying to get a glimpse of the best parts of London we often forget the hidden treasures located in the Outer parts of London. From the exciting theme parks, to the fantastic open spaces, there is something for everyone.

Some of the best places include:
BR: Bromley
i. Rambler’s Rest
ii. Chisehurt Caves
iii. Biggin Hill Airport
iv. Down House
v. The Old Bromley College
vi. Farnborough Village
vii. The Churchill Theatre
viii. Tamasha

CR: Croydon
i. Whitgift Centre
ii. Centrale
iii. Fairfield
iv. Croydon Clocktower
v. Museum of Croydon
vi. David Lean Cinema
vii. Charles Cryer Studio Theatre
viii. Croham Hurst
ix. The Whitgift Almhouses

DA: Dartford
i. Central Park which plays host to Dartford Festival
ii. Bluewaters
iii. The Rose Gallery
iv. The Thames Walk
v. The Old Dartford Parish Church
vi. Dartford Museum
vii. Darenth Park Hospital

ER: Enfield
i. The Premier Inn Enfield
ii. Salisbury Arms
iii. Travelodge London Edmonton Hotel
iv. Gryphon
v. Navigation
vi. Whitewebbs Museum of Transport
vii. Myddelton House Gardens

HA: Harrow
i. Harrow Museum
ii. London Motorcycle Museum

IG: Ilford
i. Arinza Hotel
ii. Best Western Ilford Hotel
iii. Britannia Inn Hotel
iv. Park Hotel
v. Premier Inn Ilford

KT: Kingston
i. Kingston Waterfront
ii. Fort Henry
iii. The Brooklyn
iv. Bellevue House
v. Kingston Mills
vi. Chez Piggy
vii. Stone City Ales

RM: Romford
i. Raphael Park
ii. Romford Dog Stadium
iii. Havering Museum

SM: Sutton
i. Whitehall
ii. Lord Nelson
iii. Parkland Walk

TW: Twickenham
i. Twickenham Stadium
ii. York House Gardens
iii. World Rugby Museum
iv. Marble Hill House
v. Orleans House Gallery

UB: Uxbridge
i. Windsor Castle
ii. Chiltern Open Air Museum
iii. Windsor Hotel

WD: Watford
i. ASK Italian Watford
ii. Hilton Watford
iii. Jurys Inn Watford
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