Birmingham Minibus and Coach Hire provide cheap minibus hire and cheap coach hire to the whole of Birmingham and the Midlands. With over a decade of experience we have expanded vastly and cover a whole range of events including night outs and also business trips. We have been voted by various newspapers as a reliable and cost effective provider of private hire. Birmingham comes under the B1 postcode area.
B1 Minibus has a team of customer service advisors who will deal with all quotes and are a first point of contact. You can ring us to gain a quick quote or if you have any alternate queries. You can also reserve a vehicle online and take advantage of our daily discounts. We can offer minibuses and coaches from the 8 seater up to the 72 seater.Coach hire Birmingham is flexible in payment terms so please give us a call to find out little more.
Birmingham is a UK City based in the West Midlands and lies almost central to the conurbation of this region. It is the most populated city in the UK after London. With over a million residents, the urban area itself reaches well over two million. Surrounding towns only enhance an already populous section of England.
Historically the area has been a major force during the Industrial Revolution. Over the years it has suffered a great deal of decline but is still considered a commercially viable place. With many major political, educational and cultural events taking place, it has a strong service level base.
The Birmingham City Council is the largest authority in the UK and has one of the largest councils in the whole of Europe. Around 67% of the population is white, with 21% Asian and 7% being Black. In terms of economy, it is the third largest retail centre of England. In the noughties the city improved in living standard and activity, but was hit extremely hard by the recession by the end of the decade.This company covers many aspects of minibus hire Birmingham so please look and search on our wesite to get the best deal for your transport in Birmingham city centre.
The city is full of excellent attractions and these include the Birmingham Town Hall, The Symphony Hall, The National Indoor Arena and the Birmingham Royal Ballet. The Aston Hippodrome, Old Joint Stock Theatre and the Elmhurst School of Dance are also worth visiting.
In terms of museums, it has the Birmingham Museum and Art gallery, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts and also the IKON Gallery to name a few. The IMAX Arena and the National Sea-life Centre are also worth mentioning.
Key Night life attractions include the Medicine Bar and the Custard Factory as well as many bars in Digbeth. Some of the key architectural buildings include Selfridges, 17 and 19 Newhall Street and St Philips Cathedral. Birmingham comes under the B1 postcode area.
There are three Universities including the University of Birmingham, Aston University and the Birmingham City University. The main sports sites are Villa Park home to Aston Villa and St Andrew’s which is home to Birmingham City. Edgbaston Cricket Ground is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club also hosts regular test cricket.