Transportation in London Airports and City Center
The Best Transportation in Public in London
There are 4 airports close to the center of London. These are London City, Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton. It is 11 kilometers from London City city center, 22 kilometers from Heathrow, 53 kilometers from Gatwick and 46 kilometers from Luton.
The best option for public transport in London is to use trains and subways. Practical and fast, and the Oyster Card is valid. London City Airport is directly connected to Canary Wharf, London’s new financial center, the former financial center and the Stratford district via the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) also has a transfer point to the London metro and all other rail systems such as London Overground, TfL Rail, Abellio Greater Anglia, c2c and Southeastern High Speed train.
Express trains depart every 15 minutes from Paddington Station to Heathrow Airport. The journey takes 15 minutes. It is possible to reach the airport by the London subway. The Piccadilly line has stops in Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5. The journey takes 40-50 minutes from the center.
There are express trains every 15 minutes between Gatwick Airport and London central Victoria Station. The journey takes 30 minutes.
Luton Airport also has express trains that run from stations such as Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras International every 10 minutes during the day and every 10 minutes at night. The journey takes about 40 minutes. There is a shuttle service that takes 10 minutes from the last stop to the airport.
For urban transportation, obtaining an Oyster Card, which is valid in all subways, buses, trams and suburban trains, is the ideal transportation solution. There are daily, weekly and monthly types under the name of Travel card. You can get this card from all metro and train stations, or from the nearest Oyster Ticket Stop and Visitor Centers. In addition, if you do not want to buy a daily, weekly or monthly card, you can create an account for the Oyster Card on the website and top up your card online. Thus, you can load your card as much as you need and reload it whenever you need it.
One-day Bus – Tram Pass – £ 5.00
7-Day Bus – Tram Pass – £ 21.20
Monthly Bus – Tram Pass – £ 81.50
60 Destination with a Single Ticket
With the London Pass, you can complete more than 60 activities on your to-do list in London, from the Tower of London to Westminster Abbey, from London Bridge to boating on the River Thames. Moreover, both by gaining entrance priority and being much more advantageous in terms of price. When you buy your London Pass online and choose the option to send it to my phone, your card is instantly directed to your phone. You can get your London Pass either for one day or for 2, 3, 6, 10 days.
All of them also have Travel card features valid up to the 6th zone in subways and rail systems. You can add this feature to your pass by paying an extra fee. In addition, if you buy tickets online in advance to ticketed events and places to see, you will both save up to 10% and save time by getting rid of ticket queues at the door.