Comfortable travel from Luton Airport to Victoria Station
Formerly known as Luton International Airport, London Luton Airport is an international airport in the county of Bedfordshire. It is 2.4 km east of Luton town and 45 km north of central London. If you are travelling to London from Luton Airport, the most convenient method is to catch a bus from Luton to Victoria.
Luton Airport is the fourth-largest airport in London after Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow. With 16.5 million passengers passing through the airport in 2018, the record total made it the fifth busiest in the city. It is one of the five major airports in London and serves as a base for TUI Airways, EasyJet, Wizz Air and Ryanair. Luton Airport serves most routes within Europe along with a few scheduled and charter routes to destinations in Asia and Northern Africa. So, if you are travelling in Europe or from the other served routes, you can avoid worrying about travelling to London. Simply board a bus to Victoria Station.
Book your bus tickets in advance to skip the trouble of searching for London transport options on arrival. Enjoy a relaxing journey through the capital’s surrounding counties in an average journey time of just 80 minutes. Upon your arrival, exit the airport building to see the National Express bus station. There are several departures per hour, so you can avoid the stress of waiting for a long time. If you miss one bus, just wait a couple of minutes to board the next. The transfer is comfortable, and the scenery adds to your enjoyment.
Easy, low-cost travel
Planning to catch a taxi? You might be out of luck without pre-booking it. However, if you book tickets for a Luton to Victoria bus transport, you’re guaranteed to catch one of the numerous buses running the service. Tickets are affordable, with reduced fares for children under sixteen. With this in mind, the bus transfer is an easy, good value for money option.
See London attractions!
What makes buses a better option than journeying by car is the seating arrangement. The bus seats are higher, providing passengers with breath-taking views as you pass them by. Before entering London, the bus goes through counties like St Alban’s and East Barnet. When you pass by the Brent Reservoir, you know you have entered the capital city. You pass by the world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground, often called the ‘Home of Cricket’, where some of the greatest cricket matches are played. Catch views of the famous wax figure house, Madame Tussauds Museum, as well as the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Finally, you get to see Hyde Park and the home of the Queen of England, Buckingham Palace. Victoria Station is located across the road from the British Royal Family’s dwelling.
Book your Luton to Victoria bus tickets for a smooth transfer from the airport to central London in less than an hour and a half. Alternatively, you can choose the other ticket variant to travel from the Victoria station to Luton Airport.
- With a pre-booked bus ticket, you skip the hassle of finding transport on arrival
- Buses depart several times per hour
- Pick-up and drop-off services from your hotel
Monday to Sunday – The buses run throughout the day in 25 to 35 minute intervals.
Getting your tickets
You will receive email confirmation shortly after booking. Please present a printout and valid photo ID. Please note that the return ticket is valid for a period of 30 days of the travel date.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.