Minibus and Coach Hire

Dundee Minibus Hire will offer you minibus and coach hire in all sizes including the 8, 14, 16, 24, 33, 49, 53 and 70 seaters. We have been renowned for providing a vast private hire service in Scotland’s main cities. Please contact us for cheap minibus hire with driver in Dundee. Dundee is part of the DD1 postcode region.

We will offer you excellent rates for all journeys and all internet queries will be followed up by an email reply or a telephone call. We have a simply booking system with step by step instructions and our telephone team will always answer any relevant questions.

Dundee is a Scottish city which is located in the eastern parts of the country and is the fourth largest city in the whole of Scotland. It is located close to the North Bank and also to the Firth of Tay. It has the thirty eighth highest population in the United Kingdom and this is estimated at well over one hundred and fifty three thousand. People who live in Dundee are often referred to as Dundonians and much of the population is made up of Irish people. There are many Italian and Polish people living in the area as well. Nearly four thousand of the population is regarded as South Asian and many students who come from abroad have also added to the overseas population of the area. Dundee is twinned with Zadar and also Alexandria.

Public transport is renowned all over Dundee and these include the bus station of Seagate. The main companies that fall under this service are Stagecoach and also the Travel Dundee services. National Express and Mega Bus also have regular services here. It has two railway stations and these are Dundee Tray Bridge Station and the Broughty Ferry Station. The city is also served by its very own airport under Dundee Airport and this has various flights to Birmingham and London. Edinburgh Airport provides international services. Road travel is served under the A90 Road, A972, A92 and also the M90 Motorway. There are good links to places like Aberdeen, Montrose and Fife. Many of the A roads meet to provide good service links.

The Dundee area has been under constant redevelopment and it all started back in the 19th century when the industry of the city expanded. It became known as the city of journalism and the population of the area increased rapidly. However due to people moving abroad, the population soon decreased. Nowadays the city is under a master plan which will see major regeneration in the area over the course of the next few decades.

Some of the major landmarks in Dundee include The Merchants House, and this the oldest house in Dundee. Other sites include University of Dundee, University of St Andrews, Dundee College, Dundee Parish Church, Steeple Church, Church of Scotland Presbytery, St Pauls Cathedral, St Andrews Cathedral, McManus Gallery, Verdant Works, Scottish Dance Theatre, The Dundee Mountain Film Festival, BBC Scotland and the Nethergate Centre. Dundee is part of the DD1 postcode region.