Transfer from Luton Airport to Southampton
Apart from other interesting attractions that can be found in Southampton, the city is also a place that houses quite a few landmarks and interesting buildings. We have listed some of them bellow.
The Museum of Archaeology in God’s House Tower which is actually a fortified tower dating back to the 15th Century where you will find displayed exhibits from the Roman past artifacts from the Middle Ages.
Tudor House Museum is a half-timbered house from 1495. The museum rooms are available in styles of the 16-19 centuries with furniture dating back to that time. The life of a family in Victorian times is also reproduced in the museum.
Medieval Merchants House is a merchant’s house dating back from 1290. It depicts the everyday life of a wealthy merchant family in the late Middle Ages.
In a warehouse from the 14th century you you will find located the Maritime Museum. The museum offers a marvellous Titanic exhibition.
City Art Gallery, is located in the in the Civic Center, and houses works of modern painters and English classics such as Gainsborough and Reynolds.
Hall of Aviation, an aviation museum that exhibits seaplanes, submarines, helicopters, and a legendary Spitfire, which was designed by local designer RJ Mitchell.
Southampton is divided into several towns, suburbs, parishes, and other less formal divisions. It comprises the following areas:
Bassett, Bassett Green, Bevois Valley, Bitterne, Bitterne Park, Bitterne Manor
City Centre, Chartwell Green, Chilworth, Coxford
Mansbridge, Maybush, Midanbury, Millbrook
Northam, Nursling, New Town
Ocean Village, Old Town
Shirley, sholing, St. Denys, St. Mary’s, Swaythling
Thornhill, Townhill Park
The town is known as the “Green City” because it has several parks and green areas. The largest green area is Southampton Common, part of which is used to host summer festivals that are annually held in the town, as well as circuses and fairs. It occupies a land area larger than Hyde Park in London, and includes a wildlife center at the former site of Southampton Zoo, a swimming pool and several lakes and ponds.
In the city there is also a major sports center, the Southampton Sports Centre, that houses facilities for various sports.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Southampton by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from London Luton Airport to Southampton by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to West Hampstead Station in a journey that will last approximately 26 minutes. From West Hampstead you will have to take the tube to get to Waterloo Station from where you will be able to take another train to get to Southampton. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from West Hampstead Station, Waterloo Station or Luton Airport to Southampton.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Southampton by Car:
In order to get from Luton Airport to Southampton by car, you have to take the M25 followed by the M3 motorway. The distance between Luton Airport and Southampton is of 95.5 miles.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Southampton by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from London Luton Airport to Southampton with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 2 hours. The Luton Airport Transfer to Southampton will cost approximately 129 GBP for a saloon car.
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