Airport taxi Luton

London Luton Airport (LTN), formerly Luton International Airport, is 45 km north of the British capital, London, and 3 km from Luton in Bedfordshire, England. There are a total of six airports registered in London, which handles more air traffic. After Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports, Luton Airport is the fourth busiest.

The city of Luton is located in the south east of England and has a population of over 200,000. The city lies along the river Lea, approx. 50 km northwest of London. One of the largest churches in Bedfordshire is here, St Mary’s Church, built in the 12th century. In addition, there are local museums that explore Luton’s history, most of which are located in Wardown Park and Stockwood Park, respectively. The Wardown Park Museum is located in Wardown Park, and this green area offers great sports opportunities. In Stockwood Park, you can visit the Stockwood Discovery Center, a free museum showcasing Luton’s local social history, archeology and geology. Also worth a look are Memorial Park as well as Kidney Wood, an ancient natural forest, and Brantwood Park.

Of interest may be the Six Factory, an art facility dedicated to the development of art in the city and surrounding area.

The Someries Castle, most reminiscent of a fortress, is a local attraction, built in the 1400s and now considered a monument.

Whipsnade Tree Cathedral is a nearly 4-acre, essentially large garden located near Luton in the small town of Whipsnade. Plenty of varieties of trees were planted in the first half of the 20th century, and today they are a huge “tree cathedral”.

The city has a Leighton Buzzard light rail barely 5 km long, built in wartime and now part of the heritage. And for a closer look at nature, visit Whipsnade Zoo or Woburn Safari Park.