Few sporting events around the world could boast to have a history, a fan base and a mass appeal like Wimbledon does. The premier tennis competition in the world enjoys and has lived up to, the iconic stature that has long been bestowed upon it. But this overwhelming enthusiasm associated with the event often poses a few problems to the fans; transport problems to be precise.
Problems you face while travelling to the courts
Being the oldest tournament in the history of the sport, Wimbledon naturally attracts hundreds of thousands of tennis fans not just from the UK but from the world over. The pleasant summer climate in London in the months of June and July, when the Wimbledon is held, is ideal for exploring the city. And this only adds to the fanfare around the tournament. As a result, the London streets are chock-a-block with people (not to say they aren’t otherwise!) during Wimbledon.
Negotiating your way around London’s traffic isn’t exactly a task that would top your wish-list while you look forward to spending a day at the All England Club to enjoy your beloved sport. But that, unfortunately, comes as part of the deal. Wimbledon is also not easy to get to, by the tube. The tube is anyways overcrowded with people and that problem is further compounded during Wimbledon.
So when you finally get to the arena, you are tired, sweaty and drained of all energy thanks to your travails on the public transport. Also, you would in all likelihood be late to the game and would be braced with the prospect of spending a lengthy amount of time waiting in the queues to enter the court.
While solo travellers could sometimes find a way around this problem by hiring a cab, group travellers often struggle from a lack of alternatives. Hiring cabs or private cars is not an option for them as that would probably overshoot the budget considering they would require cabs in huge number depending on the group strength.
Private coaches to the rescue!
The easiest and most convenient way for group travellers to get across to the courts is found through a Wimbledon private coach hire. A private coach hire presents a highly expedient option for group travellers to have a safe, comfortable, speedy and hassle-free journey to the All England Club.
A private coach can easily accommodate up to 50 people; a few larger models could even hold about 80 to 85! Needless to say, that is more than enough to accommodate a group of people (unless of course, if your ‘group’ is actually a fancy name for your town!) And with the whole group travelling together, you are assured of having a fun time in the lead up to the game.
Modern private coaches are equipped with all kinds of facilities to ensure that the passengers’ comfort is not compromised. Unlike on the tube or in a public bus, where standing in awkward positions for long hours is the norm, you can relax in your seat, flip through a book, use the Wi-Fi and just loosen up in general with your coach hire in London.
Also, private coach chauffeurs pride themselves on ferrying their passengers to their destination on time. Regardless of how congested the roads may be, chauffeurs know how to navigate around the traffic, use miles of dedicated bus lanes around town efficiently and ensure that their passengers do not end up late to the game. By opting for a private coach hire for Wimbledon, you save yourself from the hassles of queuing up in long lines outside the arena.
A comfortable journey, time efficient transport, and a safe trip in the company of your group mates; enough reasons to hire a private coach for your encounter with Wimbledon 2018!
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