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Hidden Travel Destinations In Luton For Travelers On A Budget

By Author: Dave Woods
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You may have hotel reservations, museum reservations and even rental car reservations, but before you leave on your trip, you have to get to the airport, and when you arrive in your destination, you have to get from the airport to the city, but HOW?

You can research this in advance if you like. Put "getting to and from the airport" into your search engine, and you'll find pages telling you the options for getting to and from almost any airport in the world.

Most major airports offer several options. There will be taxis and private limos. Usually there will be buses, sometimes special "airporter" buses that take you to a downtown central location, sometimes hotel buses that will drop you off right at your hotel. You may be able to take a train or a subway into town.

Almost all airports will tell you to beware of "unofficial" taxis. Official taxis may use meters or they may have a fixed rate for airport runs. Check to see what you should be paying before you jump into any vehicle. At some airports, there may be a counter where you pre-pay for a taxi.

Buses may require tickets purchased at a desk inside the airport, others may let you pay the driver.

If you have made a hotel reservation, check to see if they have a free or inexpensive courtesy shuttle for getting to and from the airport. If you haven't researched this ahead of time on the internet... or even if you've done a little research, you can always ask at the tourist help desk you will find in most major airports. The staff there can generally tell you the cheapest and/or fastest way to get into town.

Keep in mind what is most important to you. Buses are cheap, but can get stuck in traffic. The subway will whisk you to town, but may require a walk to your hotel. A taxi might seem like the most expensive choice, but a shared taxi may not be as expensive as you think and can whisk you right to the front door.

Then there are the fun ways of getting to and from the airport, in exceptional cases. In Venice, you can take a water bus or water taxi from the airport. There is even a water shuttle or water taxi to take you to the airport.

Of course if you are on a tour, you don't have to worry about this, your tour Luton taxis company should have your guide or a representative at the airport to meet you. If this all sounds confusing, it's not. Just look around and ask questions at the airport or at your hotel desk. There will always be a concierge or an information desk to help you.

About the Author: This contribution has been made by Dave Woods who has written a number of articles on Luton taxis and provides fruitful information. To know more, please visit www.lttaxis.com.

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