Transfer from Whetstone (N20) to London City Airport
The Totteridge Common is a nature reserve included in the N20 postcode. It is a Grade II nature reserve and it’s surrounded by Oak Lodge and Totteridge Park. Its main feature is the chain of 5 ponds: Pink Cottage Pond, Ellern Mede Pond, Long Pond, Warren Pond and Burnham’s Pond. They are known for the numerous dragonflies and for the interesting wetland flora. The plant species are also numerous and varied and they include broad – leaved pondweeds, white water – lily, trifid bur – marigold and lesser spearwort. The most common trees in the area are horse chestnuts and oaks.
You can also choose to visit Darland’s Lake Nature Reserve. The reserve has a large section of woodland and the lake is quite shallow. The area is home to animals like weasel, invertebrates, stoat, amphibians and grass snakes. The Darland’s Lake Nature Reserve is crossed by the Folly Brook. It can only be accessed by foot, offering the tourists the perfect opportunity to hike and walk in the fresh air.
Transfer from London City Airport to Whetstone (N20) by Rail:
So as to get transfer from London City Airport to Whetstone by rail, you need to take the Dockland Light Railway to Bank Station. This journey will last almost 25 minutes. From Bank Station, you can take the tube to Totteridge & Whetstone Station. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from Bank Station or London City Airport to Whetstone.
Transfer from London City Airport to Whetstone (N20) by Car:
In order to get from London City Airport to Whetstone by car, you have to take the A406 road. The distance between London City Airport and Whetstone is 19.6 miles.
Transfer from London City Airport to Whetstone (N20) by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from London City Airport to Whetstone with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 45 minutes. The London City Airport Transfer to Whetstone will cost almost 41 GBP for a saloon car.