Transfer from Enfield (EN1 – EN2) to Luton Airport
The first weekly market in Enfield was held in 1303. It was granted by Edward I and it was organised every Monday. Another weekly market was granted in 1617 and it was held every Sunday. The 18th century found the market extremely prosperous. However, it soon fell into decline. It was revived 2 times, in 1826 and 1778, but each time it resulted into failure. The last market was built from wood in 1904. It is the only one that has survived until date. The present market is under the administration of a charitable trust called Old Enfield. In 1303, the king also granted 2 annual fairs: one of them for September and the other on St Andrew’s Day. In 1869, the September fair was suppressed.
The only park in the town is the Town Park it dates from 1902 and it covers an area of 9.5 hectares. It is crosses by the New River, an artificial waterway opened in 1613. The park is perfect for walking, hiking and even having a picnic.
Transfer from Enfield (EN1 – EN2) to Luton Airport by Rail:
So as to get transfer from Enfield to Luton Airport by rail, you need to take the National Rail Service to St Pancras Low Level and from there you will take the train to Luton Airport. Other transport options include taking a taxi transfer from St Pancras Low Level or Enfield to Luton Airport.
Transfer from Enfield (EN1 – EN2) to Luton Airport by Car:
In order to get from Enfield to Luton Airport by car, you have to take the M25 and M1 motorways. The distance between Enfield and Luton Airport is 28.1 miles.
Transfer from Enfield (EN1 – EN2) to Luton Airport by Taxi:
A Taxi Transfer from Enfield to Luton Airport with 247 Airport Transfer will take approximately 40 minutes. The transfer from Enfield to Luton Airport will cost around 43 GBP for a saloon car.
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