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Nottingham, with a population of 310,837 (2013), is a major urban centre in the East Midlands. Nottingham Coach Hire offers taxi vans, mini bus, and coaches for hire in and around Nottingham. We are the leading online provider in this space, operating on a 24×7 basis, offering fast and convenient booking process, and reliable vehicles that will allow you to complete your journey in luxury. We offer our services in all areas of Nottingham postal zone, which starts with the prefix “NG1.”

Nottingham is well connected to the rest of England by road and rail, with the M1 motorway passing near the city. The East Midlands Airport is 15 miles away from the city centre.

Coach tours in Nottingham is the most convenient way to travel to the attractions in and around the county, and also for airport transfers, concert transfers, sports matches transfers, marriage, funeral, and birthday celebrations, corporate events, exhibitions, and all other trips. Group travels allows you to enjoy the company of your group when on the move, leading to a pleasurable experience. It also reduces the per-head cost of travel considerably. We offer the lowest prices in Nottingham for coach hire, and our team of customer support executives are ready to accommodate all your special requests. Even as we offer the lowest price, we never compromise on quality or safety. All our vehicles undergo routine maintenance and comply with all safety requirements. All our coaches are modern, air conditioned, and come with state-of-the-art features such as GPS, on-board entertainment systems, and more. Our skilled and experience drivers are trained in safe driving practises, and take you through the best routes of the region, to ensure that you keep your schedule. The hundreds of positive testimonials we have received, over the years, from satisfied customers, showcase our uncompromising commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

Nottingham is a city steeped in history and culture. The city is also an economic hub, noted for its lace-making, Raleigh bikes, and tobacco manufacturing industries. The city has a vibrant art and music scene as well.

Castle Rock, or the Nottingham castle stands tall amidst cliffs 130 feet high, and offers a spectacular sight. The castle itself is striking for its architectural features representative of the mediaeval times. The Nottingham Cathedral and St. Mary’s Church are other imposing landmarks that date back to the mediaeval times. The Lace Market, a historic quarter-mile square area, was once the centre of the lace industry in the world, and is today a protected heritage zone. The City of Caves, a network of caves carved out of sandstone, also dates back to ancient times. Wollaton Park, in the heart of the city, hosts the Wollaton Hall, a large manor that dates back to the Elizabethan times, and today hosts two museums – Nottingham Natural History Museum and the Nottingham Industrial Museum. There is also a deer park in the vicinity.

In the cultural space, Nottingham has two large theatres – Broadway Cinema, and the Savoy Cinema, besides several museums and art galleries. The city hosts several music concerts all round the year, in its two large venues Nottingham Arena and Rock City, and several other smaller venues. The two major music concerts of the city, “Dot to Dot,” and “Splendour,” take place in May and July respectively. Nottingham Contemporary, a contemporary art centre, is a break from the historical monuments, with its distinctive modernistic architectural style.

There are several sporting activities going on in Nottingham, at any given time of the year. Trent Bridge is the best known sporting venue in Nottingham, and a hub of test match cricket. The Notts Country Football Club is also nearby. The Nottingham Greyhound stadium has a greyhound racing track, and hosts several events. The National Ice Centre hosts the Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team and the GB Short Track Speed Skating squad, and has public sessions daily. The Nottingham Tennis Centre also hosts international tournaments.

The event most representative of Nottingham is the Robin Hood Festival, held annually at the Sherwood Forest Country Park, in October. The festival, features story tellers, jousting tournaments, comedy acts, and a host of festive characters scattered all around the forest park, and culminates in a three day mediaeval pageant in the Nottingham Castle.

The Nottingham City Council has lined up several other events in October 2015, including GameCity Festival, Family Arts Festival Goose Fair, and much more. East Midlands Conference Centre, set in the University of Nottingham, is a popular conference and exhibition venue, with corporate events and exhibitions scheduled all through the year.

The best way to travel to all these attractions or partake in all these events are by minibus hire in Nottingham from To avail the vehicle of your choice, fill in the form at our home page, email us, or call us now.