At Irro Charter, you can easily rent a bus with driver in Wales; or let us plan your desired tour. Since 1972 our family-run company offers the highest quality in Long-Distance Coaches, Midi-Buses or Mini-Buses, as well as good service.
Our professional drivers together with drivers of quaified bus partners are at your service and ensure a safe tour.
Irro Charter is happy to welcome you and your group to the Wales.
Our european Bus-Rental-Service has helped goups from all over the world with perfect organisation and professional service in the Portugal. May it be in Cardiff, Newport, St Asaph, Bangor, or elswhere.
Request our Bus Service coporate as well as private services, such as famous need like Class Trips, Club Tours, Incentives and more.
We offer both standard and luxury coaches and have a wide range of different coach sizes for hire - from 8-16 seater minibuses to 32-64 seater coaches.
Regardless of the length of your trip or type of rental, our Irro Charter team will deliver the quality, reliability and first-class service you expect.
We understand that you are expecting a professional service from your bus company. This is the reason why we ensure punctual, save and cost-efficient bus rental with polite and well-trained drivers.
Cymru or Wales forms a separate part of the land of Celtic Britain. The meaning of the word Wales is “outsiders or foreigners”. However, Cymru is opposite to this meaning, and it means ‘companions or friends’. There are historical links between the two countries, as in French Wales is known as Pays de Galle, which reflects its Celtic roots.
The population of Wales was 3,074,067 people in 2012, and the country extent is 20,764 square km of land. The majority of the population live in South East Wales. The Wales coastal lands are sprawling for about 1,300 km. The west side consists of cliffs, and the south is made up of flat sandy beaches. The highest mountain is Snowdon with 1,085 metres height.
The people of Wales are known to have existed for about 28,000 years. But the English and the Celts most prominently influenced the region. The Celts entered the Wales area about 600 BC. Their language and culture embraced the aboriginal people in the country and resulted in the origin of one of the six Celtic linguistic forms still existing today.Irro Blog: Top 10 Attractions in Wales
Our fleet has modern Long-Distance Coaches for you to offer. No matter what your needs are, the perfect bus is here for you. Our Irro Charter Team helps you finding the right bus for your tour.