If you’re arriving by air in London, you’ll be touching down at one of several busy airports that serve the London area. Heathrow is located about 20 miles west of the city center, while Gatwick lies about 30 miles south. We provide efficient, time-saving transportation from these two major terminals as well as the London City Airport, Luton and Stansted. Using a private taxi hire can be costly; underground and surface rail, as well as public bus transport, can leave you well short of your final destination. The best solution is a mini-bus or coach hire, which gets you where you need to go with an excellent savings on your travel budget.
London features world-class theater, restaurants, museums and historical attractions, many of them clustered in the bustling city center. Leading galleries include the Tate Modern, the British Museum and the National Gallery; the Natural History Museum boasts a stunning scientific collection gathered over centuries. If you’re making a connection from these or other prominent London landmarks, contact us for a safe and convenient transportation services.
For those who appreciate a sweeping view, the London Eye is a spectacular observation wheel that brings you high above the Thames and dozens of prominent London landmarks. When riding to the wheel’s summit in one of the spacious 10-ton capsules, you will spot the Houses of Parliament, the familiar Big Ben, and the Tower of London, home to the crown jewels and other famous relics of English history.
A jaunt up to Baker Street offers you a look in at the Sherlock Homes residence and museum, while a visit to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum will bring you face-to-face with lifelike reproductions of Lady Gaga, Usain Bolt, Brad Pitt and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. A call to our service from any of these must-see attractions will bring one of our comfortable mini-vans or coaches to your service, allowing you an easy journey to your next destination.
London’s South Bank has been a theater mecca since the original Globe Theater premiered the works of Shakespeare here in the sixteenth century. Modern audiences have a fantastic choice of entertainment venues, including the Royal Festival Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall, which host top orchestras, musical soloists and ballet troupes. For playgoers the National Theater, the Old Vic and the Young Vic have all earned international renown. If your night out ends with a performance on the South Bank, contact our safe, professional and reliable transport service to reserve a mini-bus or coach and the best connection to your next London destination.