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Car Rental London Luton Airport

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Hertz at London Luton Airport

Open the door to the UK capital of London, one of the world’s truly great cities packed with a huge variety of cultural and historic attractions, when you fly in to London Luton airport.

Just 30 miles from London, the airport is also well connected to many other major towns and cities in the south of England, including the famous university cities of Oxford and Cambridge and the charming little towns and villages that pepper the picture-perfect Chiltern Hills.

Whether travelling for business or pleasure, car hire from London Luton Airport provides you with easy access to London and a great base from which to explore the surrounding area.

Our pick-up desk is conveniently located in the arrivals hall of the airport. We’ll aim to get you on the road as quickly and conveniently as possible.

Hertz London Luton Airport Locations

London Luton Airport

Airport Building 250, President Way,
Bedfordshire

+44-(0)-843-309-3046*

A quick guide to London Luton Airport

Arrive at London Luton Airport and you’ll be within easy reach of the famous sights and bright lights of London, as well as the scenic delights of the Chiltern Hills and the beautiful architecture of those two grand old seats of learning, Oxford and Cambridge.

London calling

Visit London and you’ll be spoiled with a wealth of things to see and do. This vibrant and cosmopolitan 21st-century metropolis packs in a bewildering variety of visitor attractions.

The capital’s cultural credentials are peerless. Take a trip to see the immense collection of art and artefacts from across the world at the British Museum or the Natural History Museum.

Soak up the pomp and circumstance of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, step back in time at the Tower of London, or take in a show in the West End.

Head to the banks of the Thames to spy Big Ben, get a bird’s eye view from the top of the London Eye, or venture out to the wide, open green expanses of Hampstead Heath in the north of the city, or the beautiful Kew Gardens and Richmond Park in the south-west.

Eat in style

Beyond Luton, discover the uncrowded, rolling green English countryside of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The superb scenery and vibrant villages and market towns make this a great area to explore in your hire car.

One of the Chilterns’ most photogenic towns is Amersham, with its distinctive half-timbered houses and handsome Market House. There’s also an excellent selection of restaurants and pubs as well as many interesting shops selling everything from antiques to local produce.

Among the list of prettiest villages are Skirmett and Fingest, which have provided the backdrops for popular UK TV shows The Vicar of Dibley and Midsomer Murders.

Along the southern edge of the Chilterns, on the banks of the River Thames, lies Henley-on-Thames, best known for its famous regatta, and Marlow. Both are renowned gastronomic havens, boasting a number of Michelin-starred restaurants. Be sure to book a table to sample the delights on offer.

Wander around the City of Dreaming Spires

Oxford is one of the world’s most famous university cities. Its historic streets and the many elegant honey-toned buildings of its colleges make this a wonderful place to  wander around.

Among the highlights here, make time to visit Oxford's Bodleian Library, one of the oldest public libraries in the world and home to quite possibly the most impressive and extensive collection you'll ever see, boasting a staggering 12 million printed items.

A short walk from there is the Radcliffe Camera. Built between 1737 and 1749 in grand Palladian style, this beautiful, circular, columned library and reading room is one of the city’s most photographed buildings.

Also situated close by is the iconic Ashmolean Museum, Britain's oldest public museum and one of the finest examples of neoclassical architecture in the entire country.

The fantastic collections featuring paintings, drawings and historical artefacts from around the globe are displayed in bright, spacious galleries across four floors.

Listen to a choir of angels in divine Cambridge

Peaceful Cambridge exudes history and tradition. This acclaimed university town has a compact centre of ancient college buildings fringed by the famous 'Backs' (college gardens), a series of green meadows that line the River Cam as it meanders through the city. Here you can try your hand at the centuries-old art of punting.

If you only have time for one sight, make it the stunning 16th-century King's College Chapel, one of England’s most impressive examples of Gothic architecture. The 80m-long vaulted ceiling creates an atmospheric setting in which to experience the wonder of the chapel's world-famous choir during daily evensong.

Car hire from London Luton Airport gives you the freedom to discover the best of the UK’s south-east and beyond.

Driving in and around London Luton Airport

London Luton Airport is well located for travel to London, as well as giving easy access to the rest of the south of England. The airport is just two miles from junction 10 of the M1 motorway.

The M1 will take you north towards the major cities of Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield and Leeds, where it meets the A1(M), which continues north to Newcastle and on to Edinburgh.

Heading south, the M1 leads to central London, passing the turn-off for the M25 London Orbital, which in turn leads to the M4 to Bristol and Cardiff, the M3 to Portsmouth and the south-west and M2 towards Kent and the channel ports of Dover and Folkestone.

Oxford is just over an hour and a half west on the A418, while Cambridge is an hour and a quarter drive north-east on the A505. If you’re heading for the hills, Amersham is 45 minutes away via the M1 and A41, or the more scenic, and slower, B4505. The Thameside towns of Marlow and Henley are an hour and a quarter and an hour away respectively.

Driving times to central London will vary depending on the time of day. London traffic is notoriously heavy, so allow plenty of time for your journey. Note also that a daily congestion charge is payable for driving in certain zones between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

The Transport for London website gives details of which areas are covered by the charge. Street parking in the centre can be expensive so it’s a good idea to plan ahead and find out where the main car parks are located.

HERTZ LONDON LUTON AIRPORT LOCATIONS

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London Luton Airport

Address:Airport Building 250, President Way,
Bedfordshire

Phone:+44 (0) 843 309 3046**

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2330.