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    • mackin01
    • By mackin01 17th Jun 17, 8:44 PM
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    London travel 17th Jun 17 at 8:44 PM
    Hi, will be staying at the travelodge London road hotel next month after flying into London Luton, can anyone tell me the best route from the airport to the hotel? Is it train form airport to Kings cross then tube? thanks in advance
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    • neverbrokensarah
    • By neverbrokensarah 17th Jun 17, 11:29 PM
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    which hotel do you mean? London City Road?
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    • By mackin01 17th Jun 17, 11:34 PM
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    Yes, sorry the London city road hotel
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    You could walk to Angel tube about 5 mins away then Northern Line to Golders Green. Then there is a half hourly A1 bus to the airport

    https://coachtracker.nationalexpress.com/routes/A1/I/Luton_Airport-London
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    Old street is the nearest tube to that hotel. Down from Northern line from Kings Cross or you could get the train to Farringdon (which you may be able to get directly) and it's a short walk from there too. The coach option given above sounds a good alternative if you want a cheaper but slower option.
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    If you're travelling from the airport by rail I recommend getting your ticket in advance, so you can get the shuttle bus included in the price.

    To get the shuttle bus included the ticket needs to be from Luton Airport (LUA). If it's from Luton Airport Parkway (LTN) you'll have to pay £2.10 for the bus.
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    • By wealdroam 24th Jun 17, 4:40 PM
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    • 24th Jun 17, 4:40 PM
    If you're travelling from the airport by rail I recommend getting your ticket in advance, so you can get the shuttle bus included in the price.

    To get the shuttle bus included the ticket needs to be from Luton Airport (LUA). If it's from Luton Airport Parkway (LTN) you'll have to pay £2.10 for the bus.
    Originally posted by ThemeOne
    Or you can buy the train tickets, which include the shuttle bus, in the Onward Travel Centre in the Arrivals Hall at Luton Airport.
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