Transfer from Westminster (SW1) to Luton Airport
The renaissance Gothic architectural masterpiece named Westminster Hall was built between 1840 and 1888 by Charles Barry who designed the building in order to match Westminster Abbey which is located nearby. The two imposing towers, well-known tourist attractions in London are the Big Ben clock tower and Victoria tower on top of which the flag is hoisted when the Parliament is in session. Many Victorian interior arrangements were created worker Barry, Augustus Pugin.
House of Commons was destroyed by an incendiary bomb in 1941. Reconstruction after the original design of Barry was made after the design of St Stephen Chapel , the old place where the House of Commons met. The construction was carried out during 1950. The seats are placed very carefully, members of the ruling party to stand on one side, while the opposition and its most prominent members are exactly opposite. Distance between them is marked on the floor with red stripes and is exactly two sword lengths and one foot. Members of the House of Commons are not allowed to cross these lines, thus ensuring that the debate takes place in a civilized manner.
The House of Lords is decorated in gold and red colors and really has all the grandeur in which one might expect from such a room. Here in the House of Lords, Her Majesty the Queen comes to open the parliamentary session in November of each year. A gold throne dominates the entire room. It is the one where the Queen holds her speech that opens the parliamentary session. Lord Chancellor sits opposite, on the well-known “bag of wool” – a bright red cushion stuffed with wool. The Lord Chancellor sitting on the bag of wool is a tradition that dates back to medieval England exported highest amount of wool in the world.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) by Rail:
In order to get a transfer from London Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to St. Pancras Low Level Station. From St. Pancras Low Level Station you will have to get to King’s Cross Station where you will be able to take the tube to Victoria Station. Once arrived at Victoria Station you will be able to take another train to Clapham Junction Station. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from Victoria Station or Luton Airport to Westminster(SW1).
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) by Car:
In order to get from Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) by car, you have to take the M1 motorway. The distance between Luton Airport and Westminster (SW1) is of 39.5 miles.
Transfer from London Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from London Luton Airport to Westminster (SW1) with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. The Luton Airport transfer to Westminster (SW1) will cost approximately 52 GBP for a saloon car.
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