People 2 Places is the premier website for Belfast coach hire. As well as having agreements in place with all the top coach hire companies in Belfast we also have a nationwide network of coach hire companies to call upon. Not only do we know Belfast and Northern Ireland inside out, but also have access to international companies with detailed knowledge of Ireland and the United Kingdom. So, whether you are in Belfast looking for coach hire or whether you want to travel out into Northern Ireland or beyond, we can organise it quickly and efficiently, whilst offering competitive prices. Whether it’s a day trip or a family outing, or whether you’re off to support your local rugby team, or even head into the countryside for a spot of hiking – whatever the purpose of your trip, we can tailor our service to your requirements. To get an instant quote for Belfast coach hire, fill out the form below with your name and email address and we will get back to you without delay. Alternatively, call us on 0845 467 2420 and speak to one of our friendly coach hire advisors who can organise a competitive package tailor made to your needs.
Similarly, if you are looking for coach hire from anywhere else in Ireland or the UK and Belfast is your planned destination then why not let us organise your trip? If you’re looking for coach hire companies with local knowledge of Belfast, People 2 Places can provide everything you need. Whether you are heading there for the history, from the ‘Divis Tower’ to the Solidarity Wall and the Sinn Fein headquarters, and from Belfast Castle to the Albert Memorial Clock Tower, to City Hall, from Stormont Castle to St Anne’s Cathedral; or for a bit of fun, from Belfast Zoo to Belfast’s Botanic Gardens to the Crown Liquor Saloon, People 2 Places will organize coach hire that is fun, flexible and can show you the very best of the area, whatever the purpose of your trip. And if you want to go further afield, our coach hire can put together a tour of Northern Ireland’s stunning scenery, from Portstewart to the Giant’s Causeway, and from the Mountains of Morne to Lower Lough Erne.