Car Hire Centre, Building 250 Luton Airport President WayView on map
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London Luton Airport is the fourth largest London Airport, and the sixth busiest in the UK. Luton serves the North London area, surrounding Central and Eastern England, and its location, a mere two miles from the main M1 motorway, makes it a valuable transport link for the West and the Midlands. As always, Europcar has facilities on site to help with all your car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is ready to cater for any requirement or budget, and helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, allow your journey out from London Luton to begin safe in the knowledge that your transport issues have been handled by an expert and experienced team.
London Luton handles flights from many European destinations through Airlines like Monarch, Easy Jet and Ryanair, as well as middle eastern countries and, as of April 2015, transatlantic flights to Newark Airport. The Airport is about a 1.5 miles from the centre of Luton Town in Bedfordshire, just 30 miles from Central London. Luton sits close to both the major M1 and A1 roads which provide easy access to the West and East of the UK. Cities like Milton Keynes, Birmingham and Cambridge are little more than an hour's drive away, and there are direct routes into the capital as well.
Greater and Central London - A short drive from London Luton, the UK's capital city is home to a multicultural population of over 9 million people, and is widely regarded as a global centre for culture, fashion, entertainment and the arts, plus more than 2000 years of British history, and vies with Frankfurt as Europe's financial headquarters. The capital is home to world famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Nelson's Column, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. For art lovers, the Tate Modern and the National Gallery are amongst the well-known exhibition centres, with the world famous British Museum, National History Museum and the London Dungeon providing even more attractions. London's West End has the latest and greatest in theatre, opera and musicals, as well as unforgettable shopping and dining experiences like Harrods and Claridges.
Milton Keynes - Around 25 miles north west of London Luton is the Town of Milton Keynes. Being founded in the late 1960's Milton Keynes, one of the UK's newest large towns, lacks the Edwardian and Victorian architecture of other major cities. It is one of the few towns in the UK to be built on a grid system. One of the stipulations on building the town called for it to be a 'city in the forest', thus there are over 20 million trees within the 35 square mile urban area, and many lakes that offer various water sports activities. Also to be found around Milton Keynes are Woburn Safari park, an Xscape indoor winter sports centre, museums based around the WWII Bletchley code breaking centre, plus many dining and shopping opportunities.