Do you need to hire a mini bus in Galway? If you are on our site it’s most likely because you Googled “minibus hire Galway”. If you are going to hire a minibus, then you may as well do it right. Our Luxury 16 seat mini bus is like nothing you’ve ever seen before! The comfortable leather seats, the tables, the air conditioning, the entertainment system, the driver – every part of the experience of hiring an Executive Travel Solutions Mini Bus, will leave you feeling like a king. We’ll get you from A to B in comfort and in style. Our mini bus is so comfortable you might not want to leave it (you wouldn’t be the first). We cater for all types of groups, including tours, golf trips, sports teams, day trippers and everything else in between. Coming to Galway with a group and want to arrange a private tour to nearby tourist sites, such as the cliffs of Moher or the Burren? Our luxury mini bus is the perfect way to get there. And we even know a couple of good pubs for a detour along the way. We can guarantee you that you won’t regret asking us for a quote to hire our mini bus, matter of fact we are confident that once you travel with us you will never need to search online for another company again. Call us in Galway today and let’s start organising your trip!
Hiring a mini bus in Galway is easy with Executive Travel Solutions. We have both standard and luxury options and price ranges to suit most budgets. Our Luxury Mercedes Sprinter mini buses are equipped with all of the latest technology, USB charging ports, Wifi, LCD Tv screens and leather seats. They are the perfect option to chauffeur you through Galway and throughout the island of Ireland. Our standard mini buses are kept extremely clean and are also extremely comfortable. Whether you have an unlimited budget or a shoestring budget, then you won’t regret contacting us when you need to hire a mini bus. Some of the reason people would hire our mini buses include but are not limited to the following:
We have some of the highest quality coaches available for hire in Dublin and across the island of Ireland
We offer some of the best value when it comes to bus hire in Dublin. Especially when you consider the quality of our fleet
I use Executive Travel Solutions on a regular basis and their service is second to none. Their vehicles are top class and I can’t recommend them highly enoughMike Corcoran
Executive Travel provided their stunning Mercedes for my wedding. I really felt like the belle of the ball, they treated us like royalty and we were in the lap of luxuryLorraine Moylan
Our fleet of standard and luxury buses are second to none in the industry. You can be confident that if you hire a bus from Executive Travel Solutions, you will never look anywhere else for your bus travel needs. We take great pride in the appearance of our buses and the high level of customer service offered by both our bus drivers and our transport operations staff.
Our fleet of luxury coaches are comfortable and equipped with the latest technology. Hiring a coach from Executive Travel Solutions is the best decision you will make today. We offer small, medium and large coaches with premium facilities on board. We take great care to ensure you and your group arrive at your destination in style.
We have a number of mini bus available for hire. We offer both standard and luxury minibus options and our luxury mini buses are equipped with the best modern technology including USB ports, flat screen tv’s and on board wifi. Our Mini buses can accommodate all types of parties from 8 to 16 People and are ideal for any trip or occasion.
Galway city is well known for it’s relaxed vibes and is often compared to the west coast of the united states, because of its laid back atmosphere. It is well known for being home to a variety of artists including singers, dancers, painters and authors. The main thouroughfare “Shop Street” is filled with tourists and locals and a different type of busker can be seen approximately every 100 yards. Because of this laid back feel, Galway often draws cultural comparisons to Portland Oregon and Seattle Washington, but rest assured Galway is a great place in its own right, as it gives a strong sense of feeling of Irishness.
Galway is home to some of the best pubs and restaurants in Ireland, if not Europe. During the famous Galway race week in August, Shop Street will be teaming with people spilling out from the many great pubs that exist in the city, with The Quays bar being a personal favourite of Executive Travel Solutions, due to the great variety of music at the venue. Music can be found in a lot of the pubs pretty much 7 days a week, with a variety of traditional Irish Music and rock and roll available to help make you feel at home.
Besides drinking and eating there is plenty for visitors to Galway to explore. There is many options for shopping as well as a wide variety of sporting events. The local rugby team Connaught play in the Pro 14 Rugby competition and the atmosphere at their stadium is well renowned. On top of that the local Irish sport of GAA (Gaelic Football and Hurling) has strong representation from the county of Galway. Galway are the current champions in hurling (2017) with Joe Canning in particular being lauded as one of the best players in the country.
Outside of the city of Galway there is plenty points of interest. In terms of size Galway is the second largest county in Ireland so there is a lot to explore! The town of Portumna is located near where the river Shannon enters Lough Derg, with a large forest park and a number of harbours, Portumna is a great place to visit if you enjoy the great outdoors. Another point of interest in Galway county is Connemara which is located west of Lough Corrib in Galway county. This rugged terrain made up of multiple peninsulas is remote and beautiful. It’s also famous for being a Gaeltacht (pronounced either “gayle-tuckt” or “gwale-tuckt) so is a great place to visit if you have an interest in languages, particularly the Irish language! The main town in Connemara is clifden, an area which is surrounded by Megalithic tombs. Peter O Toole the famous Irish actor was born in Connemara in 1932 as was Boston based boxer Sean Mannion who fought for the WBC title. The 12 Bens pub in Dorchester which is still run by his family is named after the famous mountains in the area. Kylemore abbey which is often seen in various tourist brochures and websites (including this one) is also located near this area and a short trip from Galway city centre.
Back in the city centre the Spanish Arch is often known to be full with people in the summer time on any particularly nice day and is a great place to mingle with the Galway locals and other tourists alike.
If you’re planning on visiting Galway and need assistance with your travel while you are here, whether that’s an airport transfer, a day tour, a private tour in one of our cars, mini buses or buses then contact Executive Travel Solutions today to organise your trip! We look forward to servicing your needs and helping you make the best of your time while in Galway.
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