London-Stansted (STN) is the third busiest airport in London and also in the United Kingdom. It has experienced strong growth as it has become the basis for many low-cost airlines. It is also one of those with the best connection to European countries. It is located about 60 kilometres north of London. It has only one terminal.

For those who want to use private transport, from Stansted airport, you can make transfers with coaches, taxis or minicabs, trains or rent a car.

Car Rentals

Finally, you can rent a car. The duration and price vary. The companies you can find at Stansted Airport make it easier for you to rent a car. Check uk.getaround.com for more information about car rental in London. The minimum prices are about £20 per day if it is rented well in advance.

Coaches and buses

Stansted Airport has buses to east, west and central London. Rates start at around £5 for all companies.

With National Express, you can go to London Paddington (58-98 minutes), London Victoria (75-100 minutes), London Liverpool St (65-85 minutes) or London Stratford (45-60 minutes).

With Stansted CityLink you can go to London Kings Cross (70-100 minutes) and with Airport Bus Express to Bridge & Stratford in 70-85 minutes or London Victoria in 95 minutes.

With Terravision, you can reach Liverpool Street Station in 55 minutes and to Victoria Station in 75 minutes. They come every half hour and the cost of the ticket is £9.

Trains

Trains leave from the airport station, 2 minutes from the terminal. You can go to Liverpool Street (47 minutes) or Totthenham Hale (36 minutes).

There are trains every 15 minutes between 5:30 and 00:30. This is the fastest service to get to central London. The price of a single ticket is £16 when purchased online.

Taxi

There are taxis 24 hours a day and the most recommended is 24×7 Taxis. You can find a booking office on the international arrivals esplanade. The prices to reach central London are about £110. You also have a transfer option from £70.

Another option is to use an Uber to get to the centre.