Coming by plane
Take the Docklands Railway to Bank. For directions from Bank, see "coming by underground". Alternatively, a taxi into the City should cost in the region of £20.
The easiest way into London from Gatwick is the Gatwick Express, which will take you to Victoria Station. Trains run every 15 minutes and the journey will take about half an hour. A taxi to the City should cost around £45-£55.
The Heathrow Express takes around 20 minutes to Paddington station, where you can then travel onwards with the tube. The Piccadilly line also runs from Heathrow. Take it in the direction of Cockfosters and change at either Gloucester Road or South Kensington for the Circle line via Embankment, or for the District line in the direction of Upminster, in both cases alighting at Monument. Taxis into the City will cost around £35-£40.
Thameslink operates a regular service direct between central London and Luton Airport Parkway train station. Luton Airport Parkway is around 35 minutes away from King's Cross Thameslink station. When you land at London Luton Airport, catch the free shuttle bus from outside the terminal at Bay 1. This will take you to Luton Airport Parkway station in around 10 minutes where you can catch a Thameslink train southbound into London St. Pancras or King’s Cross, from where you can take the Underground.
The Stansted express departs every 15-30 minutes and takes about 45 minutes to reach its destination, Liverpool Street station. The A6 bus service also operates a 24-hour service between Stansted and Victoria.
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