Luton International Airport is 45 km north west of London. It is the 4th airport, after Heathrow, Gatwick et Stansted. You can find central London by many means of transport: taxi, mini-cab, bus or train. Which one to choose and what are their advantages or disadvantages? Here is a comparison!
The taxi or black-cab
The taxis or black-cab are easily spotted when arriving at the terminals, and do not require a reservation to get into town.
The Sixt ride mini-cabs
Mini-cabs are the direct competitors of taxis because they offer more attractive prices for a similar service.
The only difference is the obligation to book your mini-cab on the company's website. In other words, you will not be able to hail a mini-cab.
La company Sixt ride offers competitive rates that are fixed even if there is traffic.
Valid code until June 30, 2020 included for for new customers de Sixt ride.
Company buses National Express every 30 minutes connect Luton Airport to central London, serving the following stops:
Golders Green, Finchley Road, St John’s Wood, Baker Street, Portman Square, Marble Arch, Victoria Rail Station et Victoria Coach.
From the airport, the coach is taken in front of the terminal at stops 4, 5, 6 and 10.
Terravision offers transfers approximately every 30 minutes from Luton Airport to central London and vice versa.
The stops served are: Bricket Wood, Brent Cross, Baker Street, Finchley Road, Marble Arch and Victoria Station.
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For a transfer from Luton airport to central London, Easybus offers ultra-competitive rates on condition that you book several weeks in advance and respect the number and dimensions of luggage imposed by the company.
Two routes allow you to reach central London:
- Luton - Victoria Coach Station with stops at Golders Green, Finchley Road, Baker Street and Marble Arch.
- Luton - Liverpool Street nonstop
Last alternative to make your transfer from Luton airport to London: the train. Located at Luton Parkway station, the train is accessible by a free shuttle that connects the airport to the station in 10 minutes.
The line runs every 20 minutes to St Pancras International, Farringdon, City Thameslink and London Blackfriars stations. To benefit from the best price, book your ticket in advance on the site Trainline.