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Is the Oyster card valid from travel from Luton to London

by 8541angelg

Hello,
We intend to buy an Oyster card for travelling around London during our journey. We are lending on Luton airport and I wondering if the Oyster card is valid for travelling from Luton to London by First capital train or by bus?

Re: Is the Oyster card valid from travel from Luton to London

by TheWanderingCamel

No, the Oyster card is only valid for travel within the TfL (Transport for London) zones. You will need to buy a seperate ticket.

Re: Is the Oyster card valid from travel from Luton to London

by johngayton

No is the simple answer. For bus or train you need to buy a separate ticket. Good value is the EasyBus from £2 e/w if booked online in advance - www.easybus.co.uk Otherwise by train (which is quicker) will depend on the time of day you're travelling.

Re: Is the Oyster card valid from travel from Luton to London

by leics

As above, no. Oystercards are only valid within a certain area around London, and on only a few overground trains ('proper' trains).

www.nationalrail.co.uk will give you train times, details and fares. You may be able to get a cheaper 'advance' fare if you buy your ticket from the station up to 6pm the day before departure. These tickets are not limited in availability, but are only available for certain routes/departure times/days.

Easybus only goes to Luton airport. If you are not going there, you may not find it convenient.

You can also get to Luton using National Express long-distance bus, which has services for the town as well as for Luton Airport. www.nationalexpress.com for times, details, fares and online booking.

Re: Is the Oyster card valid from travel from Luton to London

by 8541angelg

Thanks all of you! I have already bought a ticket from Terravision for 16 pounds /go and return/.

Travel Tips for London

USEFUL LINKS

by pieter_jan_v

USEFUL LINKS:

City Council
London Guide
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Monuments and Statues
Wikipedia information

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LONDON WEATHER

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Reading list

by Dabs

I could go on for pages and pages about my favorite books set in London and the UK, most of them historical fiction

"Tale of Two Cities"-Charles Dickens-set in London and Paris during the French Revolution, one of my all time favorite books

"Wuthering Heights"-Emily Bronte-another of my all time favorite books and interestingly the only one written by Emily Bronte

Jane Austen-anything and everything!

"Jane Eyre"-Charlotte Bronte

"The Other Boleyn Girl" and "The Queen's Fool"-Phillipa Gregory, historical fiction set during the time of Henry VIII and his children

See the Parliament. So much...

by Michael_D

See the Parliament. So much history, bad and good, has passed through these halls. At one time 'the sun never set on the British Empire.' To my mind the countries that were included, Australia. New Zealand, India, Canada and even my own USA..benefitted immensely from the British Colonial era. To this day the main ideas regarding government, law, equality, transportation, education, etc are the basis that make the above countries some of the most peacefull, prosperous and interesting to visit. From India's immense railroad system to democratic government to sheer propriety....its all a British sphere thing..to me. Hey, then again Im an Anglophile at heart. But so revered was the British Parliamentry system that Budapest built their mirror-version buliding on the banks of the Danube...not to mention several dozen countries copied the system itself..must be something to it? I have too many to list as I have spent voluminous amounts of time there. I would have to say it was a subtle memory in 1885 when I spent one of many Christmas' there...twas midnight Christmas Eve and I couldnt sleep , so I went for a walk from my place at Warwick Way toward Hyde Park. There was a light snow falling that dusted the streets and made a slight scrunch underfoot, but it wasnt actually too cold or windy...just frozen in time against an intermittant swirl of snow against glow of streetlights...it all colluded to create a Dickensian hue...the streets all but deserted and I swear I saw Oliver Twist being chased down a deserted ally by the Ghost of Christmas past....but then again, Im thinking it could have been the eggnog.;-)

No 3 Saville Row

by Mariajoy

This building in Saville Row, right next door to Gieves and Hawkes, was the scene of the Beatle's last ever performance, the famous Rooftop Concert which they gave on 30th January 1969. The building was home to the Apple Corps HQ (their record label at the time) and they were making the roof into a rooftop garden. Ringo Starr saw it and thought it would be an ideal location for the concert.

Currently, the building is empty and the door is boarded up.

Democracy above all - protestants

by MedioLatino

No matter what time you are going there, nor what is the weather like, you sure will find some people protesting against the government (war is the main theme now of course) in front of the Parliament building.

Democracy in England really means something.

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