Canterbury

Manchester to Canterbury with us

We provide Saloon Cars, Estate Cars, Executive cars and minibuses. Our drivers are all experienced local drivers who will make your transfer smooth and enjoyable. We can also offer a ‘meet and greet’ service at your request. Our services are available 24/7 with staff at hand to attend to any queries you may have, whether it be before or after you have made a booking.

A ‘Meet and Greet’ service can be arranged when booking whereby the driver will be in arrivals with the passenger’s name or company name, whichever you prefer. A comforting thought, especially for first time visitors in a foreign country.

If your flight is early or subject to delays, we will track your flight’s progress and send your driver at the new expected time of arrival.

A lot of our work is corporate based so if you are booking a taxi for other people you need not worry, we will give them the professional quality service they would expect. We can send receipts via email on request.

Remember, this is a set fare, no taxi meters, no hidden charges, regardless of the route or time taken from Manchester.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – PLEASE READ! We advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment. If your transfer is within the next 12 hours please call us the number given on top of the page.

Please ensure you book the correct taxi for your Manchester Airport or Around Manchester to Canterbury journey. Vehicle capacity is indicated below:

 

Saloon Car

Oneway: £309.00

Return: £604.00

4x passengers 2x Suitcase 2x Hand Luggage

Estate Car

Oneway: £340.00

Return: £670.00

4x passengers 4x Suitcase 4x Hand Luggage

Executive Car

Oneway: £355.00

Return: £699.00

4x passengers 2x Suitcase 2x Hand Luggage

8 Seater Minibus

Oneway: £403.00

Return: £798.00

8x passengers 8x Suitcase 8x Hand Luggage


Overview of Canterbury

‘Canterbury’s past is as rich as it comes’ says the latest Lonely Planet guide to Britain. This world-famous cathedral city was one of medieval Europe’s great places of pilgrimages and knowledge. Today – with its international visitors and four universities – it still has a distinctly cosmopolitan feel. Less than an hour from London, it’s in that corner of England that’s almost touching France.

People come from across the globe for world-class heritage, for culture and festivals, to visit and to study, eat and hang out. The extraordinary cathedral dominates the medieval streets within the city walls. Among the listed buildings, a boldly modern theatre – named after the city’s famous son Christopher Marlowe – has been built on the river bank, and an art museum has been restored and doubled in size. To the south is St Augustine’s Abbey, part of the World Heritage Site, and England’s first seat of learning.

There’s something warm and mellow about this intimate European city. Crowds throng around the entrance to the cathedral and in the busy high street. It’s lively and fun. But it’s also remarkably easy – in a moment – to step off the beaten track into some quiet oasis where you’ll hear nothing but songbird, and the splash of oars on the narrow, gently flowing River Stour.

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