East London Minibus Hire is one of the leading private minibus and coach hire companies in London with an outstanding reputation. Whether going on a school trip, birthday party or a wedding, Minibus hire Wapping have the perfect vehicle for 8-33 seats, along with licensed CRB checked drivers to assist you on your journey.
Wapping Minibus Hire is available for a FREE no obligation quote 24/7. If you get a quote cheaper anywhere else we will GUARANTEE to beat it by 10% for a like for like vehicle.
With a fleet of vehicles at our disposal rest assured we always have a contingency plan in the case of an emergency.
Like our telephone number reads 0203 7456 247 here at Minibus Hire Wapping we are here for you 24/7
Wapping is a district of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in London’s East. The place is known for its tourist attractions and a few must have places you should tour with us are:
We are open to offer consultations and free quotations whether you are looking for a school trip, college trip, a historical tour, a night out, a journey through Europe, wedding transport, executive travel or even day trips to sports events.
We will provide wedding minibus hire to transport your guests between venues and will always provide you with competitive prices.
If you are looking for a minibus hire company in Wapping, East London who can offer excellent and honest prices, a chauffeur driven minibus hire service that is unsurpassed, and want to be safe in the knowledge that you will receive a superior personalised service then call today on our 24 hour contact numbers!
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Wapping is a district in London Docklands, England, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is situated between the north bank of the River Thames and the ancient thoroughfare simply called The Highway. Wapping’s proximity to the river has given it a strong maritime character, which it retains through its riverside public houses and steps, such as the Prospect of Whitby and Wapping Stairs. Many of the original buildings were demolished during the construction of the London Docks and Wapping was further seriously damaged during the Blitz. As the London Docklands declined after the Second World War, the area became run down, with the great warehouses left empty. The area’s fortunes were transformed during the 1980s by the London Docklands Development Corporation when the warehouses started to be converted into luxury flats. Rupert Murdoch moved his News International printing and publishing works into Wapping in 1986, resulting in a trade union dispute that became known as the “Battle of Wapping”.