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While travelling alone is good, moving with a group is even better as it makes the travel experience that little bit more exciting. Other than enabling you to share new experiences, it cuts out the hassles that come with independent travel, and keeps your expenses lower at the same time.

The good thing is that if you have London as your next travel destination, you will find a myriad of awe-inspiring locations to explore. Our latest article here at Mint Coaches gives you a handy mini-guide for five amazing locations to check out if you’re considering a minibus trip around London.

Kenwood House

Situated in Hampstead Heath’s North West corner, Kenwood House is a historic building that was built back in the 17th century. The house has undergone several refurbishments since then, and currently houses a collection of extraordinary paintings done by Vermeer, Rembrandt and Turner among others. Other than its indoor and outdoor restaurants, Kenwood House also provides a spectacular park that is great for picnics.

London Wetland Centre

London Wetland Centre is just the place to head to if you are a group of travellers who are into nature, and want a lovely, clean, relaxing and welcoming site in which to see all sorts of waterfowl. Even if you don’t know much about bird species, you will gather a lot of information through the volunteers who provide guided tours here, or other birdwatchers at the site.

Epping Forest

Whether you are looking to walk, cycle, golf, or go horse riding, Epping Forest will provide you with a great location to engage in these sorts of activities. Additionally, there are four forest centres you can visit while here and depending on when you drop by; you can also get to attend art exhibitions, heritage events and open air theatres.

Queen Charlotte’s Cottage

This historic royal palace was built in the 18th century to serve as a country retreat in which the royal family would take a break during their walks. Its rural surroundings made it an ideal home for all sorts of exotic creatures including kangaroos and swans. The paddock in which the animals were housed was however turned into an exotic flower garden in 1806.

Thames Barrier

The Thames Barrier is one of the biggest impermanent flood barriers in the globe. The massive barrier and its gigantic steel gates provide an impressive sight and if you want to gain more information on it during your trip, you can do so at the Thames Barrier Information Centre. Getting here with public transport is a bit tasking though, and this is why a minibus trip is a better idea.

Regardless of the places you choose to visit in London, minibus trips will help you make the most of your time off; so why not consider these on your next trip? As Mint Coaches, we provide a variety of minibuses and coaches that you can hire based on the needs of your group. Contact us today to get more information on the services we offer.