Minibus Hire in Canterbury can provide you with standard and executive minibus and coach hire for all your private hire needs. We have been in business for many years and have dealt with many different customers during this time. Canterbury is part of the CT1 minibus region.
Minibuses will come with qualified drivers with vast local experience. They will offer a door to door service to anywhere in the UK. All luggage arrangements will be taken care of and we can also offer multiple drop offs, multiple pickups and daily hire.
Canterbury is a city based in the county of Kent and is regarded as a cathedral city. It is also close to the River Stour. The city is located in the deep south of England and in the extreme eastern section of Kent. It was originally a mere settlement and then came under the ruling of the Romans. It got its name from the very old English language and the meaning of the word comes from the county Kent and its stronghold. It is obviously known more for the Archbishop of Canterbury who is the head of the Church of England. He also has worldwide influence as well.
The population of the city stands at well over forty five thousand and the city is well known for its high of percentage of people who have an educational qualification at the higher level. In terms of ethnic minorities the largest group is Asian and the population comes at around two percent. Less than on percent of the population is Black and it also has a large population of people who are classed as foreign born.
Canterbury is seen as a haven for pilgrims and many Christians have flocked here for a long time. It has been visited in the past by Queen Elizabeth as well as Pope John Paul II. It has also gone through a great deal of redevelopment in the past and this includes major repairs to the shopping malls and also the architecture of the land.
Some of the landmarks in the area include the Canterbury Cathedral, St Martins Church, The Roman Museum, Canterbury Castle, The Westgate, Rupert Bear Museum, St Martins Mill, Marlowe Theatre, The University of Kent Students Union, The University College for Creative Arts, Canterbury Christ Church University, The University of Kent, Kent College and also the Barton Court Grammar School. Canterbury is part of the CT1 minibus region.
The main transport links are the railway and road links. It has a strong history when it comes to rail networks and this is now evident due to it having two railway stations. These are the Canterbury West and also the Canterbury East stations. These are operated under the South Eastern system and there are many services which include London Charing Cross and also to Ramsgate, Ashford and Margate. Most noticeably it has a high speed train running to St Pancreas.
Road transport is served by the A2 Motorway and the M25 London motorway. We also have the A28 as well. National Express runs on an hourly basis, and the park and ride system is in place for buses.