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When you pick Tower Hamlets coach hire for your trip you can plan all the minibus or coach hire for all your days in east London.
Whether you are heading to the boxing at York Hall. With work colleagues or taking the kids and their friends to the Museum Of Childhood. We are the travel group to get you there.
We have drivers based in the middle of Tower Hamlets but they can serve all of the capital. They can also take you beyond Tower Hamlets and take you to Stansted airport if anyone travelling with you needs to be taken to the airport after your trip.
If you need Tower Hamlets coach hire, London becomes so much easier to get around with one of our drivers at the wheel.
You will be collected in a vehicle hand-picked from a fleet of well maintained, modern minibuses. These are available in a range of sizes: 8 seater, 16 seater and 24 seater.
If you are Tower Hamlets-bound in a large party, we can provide 33 seater, 49 seaters and 70 seater coach hire. This is more economical than booking several minibuses.
Making a booking is straightforward with Tower Hamlets Coach Hire – just phone, text or email our booking office. Our punctual drivers will be with you on time. Wherever you need to be, we have the drivers to get you there.
Client accounts are available. If you will require repeat journeys to Tower Hamlets, a client account is great value for money. Discounts are guaranteed on all of your multiple bookings.
We also have wheelchair accessible vehicles available for hire. Inclusivity is integral to our company ethos, so we’re eager to help everyone get to their destination.
Tower Hamlets is a borough in London that was created in 1965 from the better known east London areas of Stepney, Bethnal Green and Poplar. Historically this was the heart of London’s trade with the docks integral to all imports into the city.
With the thousands of dockers jobs available, this was a strong working class area for much of its history.
Poverty played its part and the area had a past riddles with slum housing that the London County Council set about tackling through the building of many housing estates.
Once shipping was no longer the major force it was for UK trade, vast swathes of land became available for redevelopment.
The demise of the docks was underway. This led to the birth of the London Docklands Development Corporation – the Docklands area was created.
Apartments, a new rail system, an expanded financial sector, warehouse developments, the tallest building in the capital (for a while) in Canary Wharf tower and more recently Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Traditional elements of Tower Hamlets remain with the preserved housing around Fournier Street and Hawksmoor’s incredible church. It was in this area that the Huguenots found refuge when fleeing mainland Europe. Then came the Jews and the Bengalis.
Tower Hamlets has a history of immigrant communities working in the textile industry in Tower Hamlets. You can enjoy more tradition when eating out by heading to Brick Lane to dine at one of the many curry houses that line this famous street.
Tower Hamlets is well worth visiting. But if you’d like to get out of Tower Hamlets to visit nearby places like Bloomsbury, Greenwich or Canonbury, let our minibus or coach hire take you there.
To book with Tower Hamlet’s coach hire, phone or email us on the details below:
T: 0203 239 4622
E: [email protected]
We were very pleased with the service we received. Our home is not easy to find but the driver had left plenty of time to follow our instructions when he phoned for help. He was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely use and recommend this company again especially for groups of 6 and above.
– Miriam, from bellsouth.net
My family were going out to Christmas dinner on Christmas Day. The price was fantastic to take 10 of us out including multiple pick up and drop offs. The driver Atif was extremely pleasant, prompt and accommodating. Highly recommend and will definitely use them again. Kind Regards, Stephanie International Business Manager.
– Stephanieat, at Day Pitney LLP