Lambeth Minibus Hire operates 8 seater 12 seater 14 seater 16 seater 24 seater minibuses in London.
Lambeth is an area very close to Central London (near Westminster and Brixton) but falling under Lambeth Borough. It has historical links to the main London area and has served as residences for people like the past Archbishop of Canterbury. This dictates the fact that Lambeth has many parishes and medieval towers as well as a growing population within the last hundred years.
Lambeth has some key attractions for visitors including the Royal National Theatre (a prominent Theatre Company under public funding), County Hall, Royal Festival Hall and most of all – the London Eye, which is currently the largest Ferris wheel in Europe and the most visited site in the Capital. The Museum of Garden History (formerly a church) is also present here as well as the Waterloo Station, and many visitors may find Lambeth being referred to as Waterloo in effect. London Minibus can provide transport services to all key landmarks within the area.
In terms of public transport Lambeth is blessed with having the London Waterloo National Railway Station which interlinks with the Waterloo London Underground station. Lambeth North and Southwark are also nearby stations.