We organise lots of exciting coach trips throughout the year for people in Exeter.

We organise coach trips: cartoon of a coach

Forthcoming Coach Trips

We are currently drawing up our itinerary of coach trips for 2017. Please check back in the new year to find out where we'll be going!

Tickets

Our coach trips are always very popular and tickets can sell out quickly. Are you a Platinum Friend? If so you can reserve your tickets one week before they go on general sale. Visit our Friends page, or phone us to find out more.

We asked people how satisfied they were with our trips ...

  • 'Very satisfied, look forward to them very much!'
  • 'Very – excellent value for money. Friendly, warm atmosphere, Thank you Kathy – you are wonderful and I am looking forward to next year's trips!'
  • '10/10.'
  • 'Well organised and reasonably priced.'
  • 'Very good value, a great day out!'
  • 'Totally – must mention the lovely Ann and Bob, so kind and friendly.'
  • 'Very satisfied – enjoyed each trip. Thank you.'
  • 'Very satisfied. Well organised.'
  • 'Think there should be more trips.'
  • 'The driver is always so helpful.'
  • 'I thoroughly enjoy all the trips!'
  • 'Very, very satisfied and pleased to go out to the countryside and cities – to learn about the history of the English countryside' Regular German tripper.

For more information about our coach trips, please contact us on 01392 202092.

 


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