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Luton Airport caters to both domestic and international travellers looking for quick access to this part of the UK capital. It is situated three kilometres from Lutons city centre and is the fourth-busiest transport hub servicing London. More than 10 million travellers use the airport every year with companies such as EasyJet and Thomson Airways operating many of the flights from the terminal. Flight routes include North Africa, Asia and Europe.
Luton Airport offers passengers a range of facilities including washrooms, check-in desks and shops. Bar des Voyagers, with its French décor, is a good place to go for a drink if you have time before your flight. Snacks and alcoholic beverages are sold at this establishment. There are a range of shops inside the terminal including Cotton Traders, which sells leisurewear and footwear.
It is easy to reach your destination using car hire in Luton Airport. The rental firms here carry many vehicles to choose from including Opel Corsa, Ford Focus and Opel Astra. There are several car parks near the terminal and the short-term area is adjacent to the terminal. Europcar, Hertz and Avis offer excellent services to travellers in Luton.
It is easy to get to Luton Airport, as it is connected to the M1 motorway that provides access to London, Leeds and the M25 motorway. The roads are in good condition and traffic travels on the left. Compare car hire before your holiday to find a suitable vehicle at the right price. From the airport it is 53kms to central London, 144kms to Birmingham and 35kms to Bedford.
With car rental in Luton Airport you can transport your group to a range of attractions including the Luton Museum and Art Gallery, which is situated in Wardown Park. The collections are housed in a Victorian mansion making this site both interesting and educational. If you take a drive out into the countryside you can see beautiful scenery and visit the Watergate Lambing Farm.
The best time to visit Luton is in the summer (June through August) because the weather is at its finest during these months and temperatures of up to 20°C are common. This is the peak travel season, however, so expect crowds of tourists travelling during this time. For a quieter visit, come in April or October when the weather is still mild but few tourists are lurking about.