Luton Airport to/from London
Luton Airport is London’s fourth-largest airport, having served around 16.5 million passengers in 2018. It is one of the city’s five most prominent airports, serving most routes in Europe and some charter routes in Northern Africa and Asia. If your flight lands here, you don’t have to worry about transport to the capital. With several departures every hour, boarding a bus with your pre-booked tickets is more straightforward than it looks.
You can see the National Express bus station when you leave the airport. As the bus station is located right across the building’s entrance, it becomes effortless for you to travel with your luggage. Enjoy a comfortable journey through some of the beautiful counties while travelling from Luton to London. The ride takes about eighty minutes.
Travelling by bus is both relaxing and affordable. It also offers you beautiful views of the city’s surroundings. Go through East Barnet and St Alban’s and get picturesque views of the scenery. On your way, you can see the Home of Cricket – Lord’s Cricket Ground. The Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum are also nearby. You know your Luton to London journey has come to an end when you cross Hyde Park and the historic Buckingham Palace.