How to get from Luton Airport to London


This guide on how to get from Luton airport to London It will show you the different ways to make this transfer from the airport to your hotel or to the city center.

Luton Airport, located more than 50 kilometers north of London, is the smallest and far from the 4 main airports of the city (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton). Despite the distance, this is a magnificent airport to travel to London by having direct flights from several low cost companies such as Ryanair and EasyJet as well as having good communication with central London by bus, train and private transport.

Based on the experience during our last trip to London, we tell you the best options to do the Luton transfer to central London, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. We start!


There are some bus companies who do the Luton airport transfer to London, among the most popular are Green Line and National Express.

Green Line or Terravision
This bus leaves every half hour from the bus terminal opposite the airport and takes you to central London in an hour and a half. This line has several stops in central London, among which Marble Arch and Victoria Station stand out, from which you can connect by subway or bus to all areas of the city.
Tickets are priced at 14 euros if you buy them at the company counter or 15 euros if you buy them directly from the driver. A good option to save a few euros is to book the ticket online.

National express
This bus service has the A1 line that takes you to Victoria Station with several stops in the center and the A2 that has the final stop in Paddington, both making the journey in just over an hour and a half.
The two lines operate 24 hours a day, with frequencies of 15 minutes during the day, and half an hour during the night.
Prices vary between 5 and 15 pounds per person and route, depending on the time, day and time you make the reservation. You can book the ticket here to go from Luton to London.

Private transfer from Luton airport to London cheaper than the taxi


You can take a taxi at the official stop, located in front of the airport's only terminal, which will take you to your hotel for a minimum of 110 euros.

Once you are clear how to get from Luton to London, you can start preparing your itineraries around the city with these guides optimized according to the days you have:

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If you land at another airport in the city you can check this post on how to go from Stansted Airport to London, this on how to go from Heathrow Airport to London or this on how to go from Gatwick Airport to London.