Minibus and Coach Hire in Leicester is a recognised and successful operator when it comes to providing cheap minibus in Leicester for private hire. We also cover the whole of UK and can provide a safe door to door service. Some of our package options include one way, return, daily hire, half day hire, multiple pick-ups, multiple drop offs and executive hire. Leicester comes under the LE1 post code area. The Leicester minibus hire company has been operarting for a very lonng time making sure you get a postive experience.
LE1 Minibus has all sizes available including the 8-10 seater, 12-14 seater, 16 seater, 24 seater, 49 seater and 72 seater. Reservation can be made online or you can ring our telephone department for a quote.
Leicester is a city based in the East Midlands area of England and is more or less placed in the centre of the region. It is in the county of Leicestershire and is located extremely close to the national forest. The city is twinned with places like Strasbourg and Rajkot. The population stands at over two hundred and ninety five thousand and the wider metropolitan area is estimated as having a population of over four hundred and forty thousand. It has the largest population in the East Midland area. However there have been other sources which have listed Leicester as having a much higher population. It is considered to be the tenth most populated area of the whole of U.K.
Leicester has a very steep history as it is one of the oldest cities in England and dates back to the Roman days. It was an important trading area for a long time and a large settlement in the empire of Rome. There are still many signs of Roman ruins infested throughout the city. Fast forwarding into the 1990s we soon experienced a massive surge of South Asians and a further surge of East European settlers emerged later on. It is estimated that in some areas there is a staggering 75% of South Asians present. Many areas are full of South Asian style sweet centres and takeaways and this is a mere reflection of the business base created by the strong multicultural communities that have been formed.
Leicester is fuelled with many landmarks and graded buildings and these include the Leicester University Engineering building, Kingstone Department Building, Abbey Park, Botanic Gardens, Grand Union Canal, Watermead Country Park and also Nelson Mandela Park. Others include places of worship which include Central Mosque, Jain Centre and the Guru Nanak Gudwara. Leicester comes under the LE1 post code area.
Old historic buildings include the Town Hall, Secular Hall, City Rooms, Jewry Wall, and Belgrave Hall. The main shopping areas are High Cross Market, Golden Mile, St Martins Square and Haymarket Centre. Sports centres include the Walkers Stadium home to Leicester City Football Club and Leicester County Cricket Club.
Some of the main museums include Abbey Pumping Station, New Walk Museum, Gas Museum and the Guildhall. The shopping areas in the city are Haymarket Centre and also High cross Leicester. It has a John Lewis, House of Fraser and Fenwick superstore.