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London Airport Taxi
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Ethnically diverse, eclectic, historically and culturally rich, an economic powerhouse not only in Britain but also in Europe and a world leader: London, the English capital, is all this and much more.
When you are in a city that is so vast and rich in tourist attractions, you need to organise your trip down to the smallest details: plan your itineraries carefully, choose the must-see places to visit and book your transfer to and from the airport in advance with a private Taxi in London service.
London, with its 14 million residents, is the largest and most populous city in Europe, attracting millions of tourists each year as well as business and leisure travellers.
Despite its vastness, the UK capital is well served by both road and motorway networks, with various forms of public transport, from the tube to the famous red double-decker buses and London's trademark black taxis. The city is a constant hive of activity, with people moving every day from the suburbs to the centre and from the airports to the historic centre: spend a few days on holiday here and you'll feel this constant movement. Don't let your trip be spoilt by the typical London weather and always take an umbrella with you, carefully choose a café where you can pop in for tea at five o'clock in the afternoon and soak up the charm of this energetic and special city.
Things to see in London
Out of the many attractions in the capital, these are the ones that we would point out as a must-see:
Big Ben and Houses of Parliament: A majestic building that houses the English Parliament, with more than 1200 rooms, overlooked by the famous clock tower, Big Ben;
Tower Bridge: The world's most famous drawbridge connects the Southwark area with the Tower of London; a glass footbridge connects the two towers high above the River Thames;
Buckingham Palace: The home of the English royal family, built in 1703 at the request of the Duke of Buckingham, it is a palace with over 700 rooms and more than 20 hectares of gardens.
There are 6 airports in London, all perfectly connected to the city centre and highly efficient:
Heathrow: This is the city's main airport, with over 70 million passengers passing through each year. It is about 30 km west of the city centre and, thanks to its proximity, is one of the busiest airports in the city. It has 5 terminals and connects to the city centre via three underground stations.
Gatwick: This is the city's second-largest airport and is about 45 km from the city centre. It has two passenger terminals and is served mainly by EasyJet and British Airlines; it has no underground station inside, but there are buses and trains connecting it to the city centre.
Stansted: This airport is mainly served by low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, about 50 km from the city centre in the county of Essex. It was built as a military base during World War ll, has only one terminal and is connected to the capital by train and bus.
Luton: This airport is in the town of Luton, some 55 km from London. It is primarily served by companies such as EasyJet and WizzAir, with over 10 million passengers a year. Buses and trains run to central London from this airport.
London City Airport: This is within the London metropolitan area, in the borough of Newham. It was built primarily to serve the financial centre and for this reason is used mainly by a business clientele. It is well connected to the city's main attractions by the Docklands Light Railway.
Southend: It is a regional airport, located in Rochford, on the British east coast, in the county of Essex. It is the least important of the capital's airports, but is at the centre of a new redevelopment project; it is only accessible by train and takes about an hour to reach.
Distances from airports to various points of interest
As mentioned above, based on where you land, the distance between the airport and the city's main attractions can change a lot. In fact, some airports are within the metropolitan area, while others are located outside the city limits, in neighbouring counties. Therefore, when planning your trip and your transfer, it is necessary to think carefully about the choice of arrival airport and consequently about the traffic conditions, season, time of day and day of the week. Here are some examples of distances and travel times:
From Heathrow Airport to Big Ben: 30 km distance, 50 minutes by private car;
From Gatwick Airport to Big Ben: 65 km distance, 1 hour and 20 minutes by private car;
From Stansted Airport to Big Ben: 65 km distance, 1 hour by private car;
From Luton Airport to Big Ben: distance 57 km, 1 hour and 10 minutes by private car;
From London City Airport to Big Ben: 15 km distance, 30 minutes by private car;
From Southend Airport to Big Ben: 68 km, 1 hour and 15 minutes by private car;
Transport in London
The following options are available to reach central London from the airports:
Transport options from Heathrow airport: Underground ticket costing £6 (almost €7.30) and a journey time of 1 hour to Piccadilly station; train ticket costing £22 during off-peak hours and £25 at other times (peak times are 6:30am to 9:30am and 4:00pm to 7:00pm). The train costs much less: starting from £5.50 (one way at weekends) and £12.10 one way on public holidays. Travel time for those wishing to use the train is 40 minutes to Paddington Station; bus with ticket for £10 (about €12) and travel time of about 1 hour to Victoria Station.
Transport options from Gatwick Airport: train ticket from around £17.20 and journey time of around 30 minutes to Victoria Station; buses cost from £8 and journey time is between 90 and 120 minutes to Victoria Station.
Transport options from Stansted Airport: train ticket from around £9.45 and journey time of 50 minutes to Liverpool Street; £5 one way by bus and journey time of approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to Victoria Station.
Transport options from Luton Airport: train ticket from around £20 with a journey time of 40 minutes to Blackfriars Station; bus ticket for £12 and journey time of approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to Victoria Station.
Transport options from London City Airport:Underground ticket for £4.90 with a journey time of 45 minutes to Victoria Station; City buses 473 and 474 with tickets for £4.90 with a journey time of approximately 1 hour to Victoria Station.
Transport options from Southend Airport: train ticket for £16 with a journey time of approximately 1 hour to Liverpool Street. Buses with 38 stops of which 15 are in central London for £5 each way.
Public Taxi: Unlike many other cities around the world, there is no maximum number of taxis in London. You can find the famous black cabs and minicabs, which are hired in advance because they can't pick up people without a reservation on the street. Fares vary according to traffic conditions and time of day; prices start from £50.
Taxi in London Service (private transfer): this type of transport is available at all London airports, but only by pre-booking online or by telephone. Fares are fixed in this case and start from xx euros. By using a private taxi service in London, you won't have to wait at the airport, you won't have to look for a taxi outside the terminal, there are trips available 24 hours a day and the fare is locked in from the moment you make the booking without a meter.
Once you've arrived in the city, you can comfortably get around by public transport. The metro is the oldest and largest in Europe, with 12 lines and 274 stations, while the bus network, the famous red double-decker buses, includes more than 700 lines, allowing you to reach any point in the city.
Journeys start from 5 am until around midnight, with times varying according to lines and days of the week. Ticket prices also vary according to the area you are travelling to: a single ticket for the tube starts from £4.90 and for a bus from £1.50.
How the Private Taxi in London Service works
Stepping out of any of the London terminals will immediately make you feel like you're in a whirlpool: hundreds of people, taxis, the direction they're driving in. You can get very confused, so having pre-booked your Taxi in London can be an excellent way to go, especially if you don't know the city well and it's your first time there. The service is conveniently priced, with fares locked in from the moment you book and you can be sure of getting to any destination you choose in the city in the shortest possible time.
With the private Taxi in London transfers you won't have any waiting time: your driver, in fact, will already know your flight details and will be waiting for your arrival directly at the terminal where you arrive, holding a sign with your name on it. You won't have to worry about linguistic misunderstandings because when you make your booking you will have already provided your destination address. Moreover, currency exchange will not be a problem: at the moment you confirm your booking, you will be able to make a direct payment for the total amount of the service, so you will not have to change money into pounds at the airport exchange offices.
If your flight is delayed, you will need to call the emergency number that we will send you in the booking confirmation email: this way you will not be charged any extra fees. The customer service department, with assistance in multiple languages, is available to give you all the information and details about the service and to help you manage your booking.
How to book
To book, you will need to fill in the online form on this page, that is active 24 hours a day (including during the weekend). You have to select the airport of arrival or departure and continue by entering the date and exact time of arrival and departure of the flight (in case you also need the return flight). Once you have entered these details and selected the number of passengers and luggage, the system will automatically calculate the fare for the service, which will be locked from the moment you confirm the booking.
The initial price agreed during this phase will never be subject to additional costs of any kind or surcharges in the event of flight delays or other mishaps. When booking a London airport taxi on this page, you are not obliged to pay the full cost of the service*, you can simply pay an advance payment by bank transfer, credit card, prepaid debit card or PayPal. In case you choose to pay only the deposit in advance, upon arrival at the airport you can pay the remaining amount direct to the driver in cash. *Depending on the total cost of the transport and/or the company providing the service, the deposit payment option may not be available.
Otherwise, you can contact the customer service (active from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 17:00); you can call one of the following numbers:
Italian: (0039) 349 19 95 246
Spanish: (0034) 664 341 679
English: (0044) 020 3239 1595
French: (0033) 0970 44 83 33
Russian: 007 499 609 1550
Arriving in London has never been easier as it is with a driver waiting for you directly at the arrival gates of the airport. Book now to guarantee availability.