Car hire in Luton airport
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Luton airport Q&A
Where are the car hire desks?
The pick-up point for your Luton Airport car hire is at the Onward Travel Centre in the arrivals hall.
What should I buy at duty free?
Unless you’re flying out of the EU, you’ll need to pay duty on your goods. However that doesn’t mean that the Duty Free Galleria at Luton Airport won’t have some great deals on designer goods. Treat yourself, you’re on holiday.
Are there any cashpoints?
Cash machines are available along the check-in concourse.
Where's the best place to eat?
Luton airport has a great selection of restaurants and cafés, but if you want refreshing, healthy, home-cooked British food there’s no better place to visit than The Food Village.
The secret tip
Luton Airport is a busy one; to minimise the amount of time you spend in it, organise your travel party to do separate tasks when you arrive. The driver can collect the hire car, while others can collect luggage, maps and currency if need be. While other groups or travellers are standing in queues, you’ll be on the road and on holiday.
Luton airport the gateway to...
Distance: 35 miles
It seems foolish not to pay a visit to the capital when you’re only a 30 minute drive away from it. Head into the city to see the sights, catch a show, take a cruise on the Thames, splash some cash in the boutiques or bargain districts of Camden and Covent Garden and grab a bite to eat in any of the West End’s restaurants.
Distance: 39 miles
The historic city of Cambridge is small, yet crammed with interesting things to see and do. Take a punt on the River Cam, visit the Imperial War Museum to see one of Europe’s largest aviation collections, see a band or a theatre performance at the Corn Exchange or simply enjoy a stroll among the students in the parks and city centre.
Distance: 10 miles
This zoo is one of Europe’s largest sites for wildlife conservation and if you’re planning a visit, arrive early because you’ll need a full day here. The park is huge - spread across 600 acres and home to more than 2500 animals, so there is plenty to see and do. Having a rental car means you can easily get round to all the different enclosures.