Coach Hire in Helsinki and HEL Airport, Finland
Charter Bus Hire in Helsinki, Finland
Coach hire Helsinki, Finland
Looking for bus rental company in Helsinki, Finland? You have come to the right place. Reliable and trusted by hundreds of travelers and organizations.
Our team at Taxilady believes that everyone should have easy access to convenient bus, minivan, and minibus rental services as well as transfer and meet and greet services. Our company is steadily expanding to provide great coach rental and transfers throughout Finland, Baltics and Scandinavia.
If you need passenger transportation services in Helsinki, for individual or large groups, then look no further, our company is probably the best fit for your needs. Just ask for a FREE quote.
Minivan Rental Helsinki
Minivan rentals are a great option for family vacations, business trips, or road trips. These vehicles are highly comfortable, sleek, and practical. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our minivan rental option!
Minibus Rental Helsinki
Are you traveling with a large group, but do not have quite enough people to rent a charter bus or tour bus? If this is the case, our minibus rental service is a great option for you. We offer first-class minibus vehicles, in Helsinki, Finland. Minibuses are both luxurious and practical. Our comfortable minibuses will seat up to 17 people.
Charter Bus Rental Helsinki
Are you in charge of organizing a tour or trip? Our large charter bus selection is one of the best. Taxilady knows how important comfort is. That’s why we offer roomy charter buses with up to 55 seats, and for a great price. These roomy vehicles are a great option for big groups of people who are all traveling together in Helsinki, Finland, Baltics and Scandinavia.
Helsinki is the capital of Finland and its largest city and sits on a granite peninsula on the north coast of the Gulf of Finland. King Gustavus Vasa of Sweden founded Helsinki in 1550, and in 1808 the town was incorporated in the Russian Grand Duchy of Finland. After a great fire destroyed a third of the town in 1808, Carl Ludwig Engel (1778-1840) was commissioned to rebuild it, and the resulting Neoclassical city center is laid out in wide handsome streets and boulevards with plentiful parks. The harbor, where many of the nearly 300 cruise ships that visit annually dock, is right in the heart of Helsinki.