Super off peak tickets are often available in the middle of the day during the week. It's best to try and avoid peak hours, which start early at Luton. These tend to match up with commute times and last from around 04:40 to 09:04 during the week.
The fastest train to London from Luton is the non-stop service which takes 25 minutes. The slowest takes 45 minutes and calls in at Luton Airport Parkway (which serves the airport), Harpenden, Albans City, Radlett, Elstree & Borehamwood, Mill Hill Broadway and West Hampstead Thameslink. All trains from Luton to London are direct, with no changes.
Trains to London are available from Luton train station in the town centre and Luton Airport Parkway which serves Luton Airport. Services are usually operated by Thameslink.
Trains from Luton and Luton Airport Parkway stop at St Pancras International in the Kings Cross area of London.
Kings Cross Underground station serves St Pancras. It's served by the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. Reaching your hotel in London should be a dawdle (if you need a room, remember you can compare prices with our app).
Trains from Luton Airport Parkway go on to call at smaller London stations: Farringdon, City Thameslink, London Blackfriars and Gatwick Airport.
Trains to London from Luton run through the night, with trains every 20 to 40 minutes from 00:07 until 04:43. During the day trains depart every ten minutes, so you don't need to worry about rushing.
Train timetables are subject to change: compare tickets from Luton to London to see the latest departure times.