When the flowers start to bloom, and temperatures begin to rise, you know spring has arrived.
As its outside of the tourist season, March is a lovely time to explore and see what the country has to offer. If you’re looking for something to do this month, then you’re in the right place. In this post, we list the top three things to do this March in and around London with us as your transport specialists.
Although the venue is called the Warner Bros Studio Tour London, the Making of Harry Potter tour is actually a Watford-based event, and it’s bloody brilliant. Potterheads who solemnly swear that they’re up to no good will get to explore iconic sets like Diagon Alley, learn about the special and visual effects behind the Whomping Willow and much more. Our drivers will happily take you and your fellow lovers of Hogwarts to visit the Warner Bros. Studios in Watford using our reliable minibus service.
Between 06 March – 20 November
Friday 06 March sees the return of the signature SEA LIFE silent disco to London Aquarium. Complete with a set of glowing headphones, you and your friends can head down below the waves of one of London’s most popular attractions and plug in to your choice of pop, rock or party classics. Start your weekend off swimmingly with the ultimate nautical night out. Our fleet regularly serves London, so round up your group and arrive in executive comfort.
This year, make it a mission to visit as many UK World Heritage sites as you can. Whether it’s for a class trip or just a recreational visit with your family and friends, these historic places have a lot to offer. A few of our favourite locations include Stonehenge, Bath, Studley Royal Park and Liverpool, all of which we can drive you to.
Remember, it may be warmer compared to the last few months but it can still be quite chilly, so wrap up warm if you plan to wander around outdoors heritage sites like Stonehenge and Study Royal Park.
From planning a large group trip for your social club to organising a team-bonding getaway, our fleet is perfect for any event you want to attend. Our fleet ranges from 16 to 72 seats and features spacious aisles and comfortable seats to make your coach trip as pleasant as possible. Our friendly, DBS-checked drivers will go above and beyond to make sure you have a great journey and arrive at your destination on time.
Due to our location in Watford near major roads like the M1 and A414, we have easy access to many cities throughout the UK, allowing you to get there easily and efficiently. We provide luxury minibus and coach hire services to residents, businesses, schools and clubs in London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and a few more places.
For transportation to any of our March favourites, or to anywhere else in the UK, call us on 01923 247765 today! Alternatively, you can get a quick quote on our services via our Quick Quote Form.
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