Minibus Hire in Durham can be contacted for all cheap minibus with driver bookings and enquiries. We will cover Durham and the whole North East as part of an all in one service. Durham is part of the DH1 postcode region.
We have minibuses and coaches available in all sizes across the board. Some of the most popular choices include the 12 seater, 16 seater and 24 seater sizes. We have also experienced many enquiries for the larger 33, 49, 53 and 72 seater capacities.
Durham is a city based in the north eastern part of England and is based in County Durham. From its name you can tell that it is a county town and is close to other cities such as Sunderland, Newcastle and also Chester le Street. It is located near the extreme northern parts of the country and also towards the north section of the county itself. The population of the city is estimated at around thirty one thousand and the wider area of the city has a much bigger population of around eighty six thousand.
In terms of its history the city goes as far back as 2000BC. The shipping trade was a key prospect as years went by and this is mainly due to the River Tyne but it true that the trade did not live up to its true potential. The fact that Sunderland took a great deal of trade away from the city may have something to do with this. Trade unions were a major activity as years went on and some of the history of the city can be learnt through monuments such as the Norman Castle.
Durham has many good sites and landmarks and many of which come in the form of a grade I and also grade II listed buildings. These will include the main Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle, Elvet Bridge, Kepier Hospital, St Giles Church, Chorister School, Prebend’s Bridge, St Johns College and also the Church of St Margaret.
We also have the Bishop Cosin’s Hall, St Oswald’s Church, Railway Viaduct, Town Hall and Guildhall, The Durham Observatory, College of St Hild and Saint Bede. Also worth mentioning are the Durham University, New College Durham and also the Belmont School Community and Arts College as well. Durham is part of the DH1 postcode region.
In terms of transport the railway services are provided by the Durham Railway Station and this comes under the East Coast firm. There are many journeys being carried out to major cities such as London, Glasgow and also Birmingham as well. Road links are served by the Great North road as well as the A1 motorway. Airport journeys come under the Newcastle Airport and also the Durham Tees Valley Airport. The airports are only half an hour away from the city.