Brighton Minibus and Coach Hire

Brighton Minibus and Coach Hire

Link Minibuses is extremely popular in Brighton, providing private or corporate travel.

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Brighton’s Top attractions – What our customers say

As a Brighton and Hove minibus company we experience must see venues within the city. Brighton is known for its cool quirky hot spots, vintage shops, artistic graffiti and hidden treasures. Its an exciting and vibrant city with endless things to do. We asked our customers what they thought the most popular attractions in Brighton and Hove are.  Here’s what they came up with..

What are the top day activities in Brighton?

Royal Pavilion –Prince regent hired John Nash to redesign the pavilion in 1815. This is now a well recognised part of Brighton’s heritage. Visitors can explore the banqueting room, The royal bedrooms, the great kitchen, the music room, reception rooms, the beautiful garden and estate.

The Lanes – Shop til you drop! These narrow streets are full of character with brilliant independent cafes, vintage emporiums, record stores, sweet shops and great for shopping. The buildings are in a 16th style architecture making it one of the famous areas to see in Brighton.

British Airways i360-Amazing views from the 150 metre high tower.  See the views of brighton, the south downs and over the channel. If the conditions are right and you’re lucky you might get to see the Isle of Wight. After you have come down back to reality stop for afternoon tea- an added option.

Sunset Sailing Cruise Brighton – Sail into the sunset aboard a Yacht with a qualified RYA instructor.  Relax and enjoy the views of the south coast and try out the helm and crew experience on the modern performance sailing boats. Take a dip and enjoy a glass of bubbly.

The American Express Community Stadium – Brighton and Hove Albion Football club are based in this ground. Visit on a match day or take tour of the stadium.

Drusillas Park – Visit the Zoo discover hundreds of animals, navigate the mazes, enjoy the water and soft play areas and try out the rides. A perfect day out for the family.

Brighton Racecourse – A racecourse in Brighton with picturesque views. Expect a festival of racing, with live music, ladies day, gentlemen’s day and family days. They also use the venue to hold Christmas parties during the festive period.

Brighton Marina –The largest marina in the UK. The marina has lots to do for all ages. The marina has a bowling alley, multiple screen cinema, glow in the dark golf, casino, restaurants and more.

Theatre Royal Brighton – The theatre hosts music, opera, plays and ballet. A beautiful Proscenium which is surrounded by 952 seats. This theatres history started over 200 years ago making it one of the oldest in the country. In 2007 the theatre had a visit from the Queen marking its 200th anniversary.

Coral Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium –Perfect for a group night out. One of the fastest and safest circuits for greyhound racing.

What are the best kids activities in Brighton?

Brighton Sea Life Centre – Over 5,500 mesmerising creatures. Look out for the amazing colours, the fantastic fins and get closer than ever before.

Brighton Palace Pier – You cannot visit Brighton without visiting the Pier. This place is brilliant for the kids with its penny slot machines, arcade games, bumper cars, fairground rides, fresh doughnuts and candy floss. It also boasts some impressive views both inland and out to sea.

Volks Electric Rail – A little train that runs the black rock and back. It stops off so you can visit some of the shops and restaurants in the Marina.

Saldean lido – If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle head down to Saltdean Lido.The heated water swimming pool is great for the summer. Alongside a kids paddling pool and play area. As you would expect there are changing rooms and food and drink options.

Where to Eat in Brighton?

The Salt RoomFish n Chips/ Seafood. The seafront specialises in its fish and chips. The exposed brick and bronze lamps give it a pricey look and feel. Get yourself a seat by window and enjoy your meal with a view of the west pier.

BaqueanoSteakhouse Grill, Argentinian. Taste the traditional and authentic flavours of Argentina. Owned by a married Argentinean couple. Meat straight from Argentina, they use only grass fed Angus breed cattle making the meat soft and juicy.

CasalingoItalian. Nice small and cozy feel restaurant. Run by Italians. The food is consistently good and reasonably priced.

Cakes the DifferenceBritish. Afternoon Tea is very popular here so book ahead. Beautifully presented finger sandwiches, selections of teas and don’t forget the amazing fresh cakes.

A Taste of SaharaLebanese. Food is full of flavour and well prepared. This little Lebanese has serves meze items with generous food portions. It also has a little VIP room.

Food for Friends – Vegetarian. This place has been here since 1981. Situated in the South Laines its menu has a contemporary feel. Food for friends serves everything from Parmesan and sun dried tomatoes beignets to vegetable stir fry.

Where to Drink in Brighton?

AlcotrazThemed Nights. Dressed as prisoners in this secret brighton basement location you will be set with a task of smugging spirits past your warden. Fun and different.

The Tempest Inn. Pub/English. Enjoy a frothy pint amongst the alfresco seating and scenic views from the Beer Garden. This Quirky seafront lounge is a hit with the Brighton Locals.

Coalition – ClubSome of the biggest party headliners have visited making it a big hit within the brighton clubbing scene. As expected this beachfront club is open until the early hours.

Hidden Treasures in Brighton?

Devils DykeBeauty spot in the Southdowns. A V shaped valley with dramatic views. Great place to take your selfies. Take a walk and witness varies different plants and butterflies at this naturally beautiful location.

Choccywoccydoodah Bakery/coffee shop. Yes the name is crazy but this place is a dream for chocolate lovers. This shop was featured on a TV show and has become a bit of a hit ever since. Try their hot chocolate and chocolate cake- the best the city has to offer.

Link Minibuses offers transport to and from all these locations. We sometimes run discount across varies places in Brighton, get in touch and see if we can help with your group travel.

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