Book coach tours and day trips from New Punjab Coaches Ltd. Serving groups of all sizes, our professional coach drivers provide exceptional services around the British Isles and Europe. Whether you are a tour operator or a private group, simply provide us with your itinerary and details and we will provide prompt and reliable transportation.
All our tours are delivered using clean, comfortable luxury coaches, allowing you to sit back and enjoy a relaxing journey. Our coaches are equipped with:
Fridges (Optional Drinks Available for an Additional Fee)
USB and Plug Sockets
With friendly, competent coach drivers and high-quality tour vehicles, we provide coach tours for private groups throughout the UK. This includes business hire for company trips and excursions. Please note that we do not organise trips – we simply organise travel.
New Punjab Coaches Ltd has an extensive list of destinations, we are able to meet all your needs and even secure group discounts for entrance to major attractions. Our locations include:
Take in a tour of our capital city and visit some of London’s historical buildings. Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or spend some time in one of the many wonderful art galleries and museums. Landmarks include:
St Paul’s Cathedral
The Tower of London
Houses of Parliament
A short journey out of London will take you to the Queen’s favourite residence, Windsor Castle, an estate that dates back to the 12th century. You’ll have the chance to tour the castle and surrounding areas, including a cruise on the river Thames. Additionally, there are a number of great bars and restaurants in the vicinity.
Located in Surrey, Hampton Court is the famous Tudor palace of King Henry VIII. Explore the palace’s many historic attractions, from the great hall and kitchens to the world-renowned gardens.
Visit Cornwall in the south-west of the country and discover the area’s close association with King Arthur. This includes Tintagel, Cadbury Castle, and Glastonbury, where Arthur is said to have been buried.
Venture further afield and visit the city of Salisbury with its magnificent cathedral, which is home tothe tallest spire in the country at a staggering 404 feet. Journey to the Stonehenge monument, a mysterious wonder of the world that dates back to 3,500 BC. Finally, visit the beautiful Georgian city of Bath.
Visitor some of the historic places associated with John Wesley. This includes Epworth, where John’s father was rector, and Bristol, where he preached his first open-air sermon and founded the first Methodist chapel.
Bath is a beautiful Georgian city, where you’ll find the famous spa and Roman baths. The home of the Bath Bun, Sally Lun’s restaurant, which dates back to the 15th century. You’ll also see the Bath Abbey, known as the lantern of the west due to the large amount ofglass used in its construction.