Transfer to the train station King’s Cross
Do you need a reliable shuttle service to King’s Cross station? We will happily take you to the train station from the right place, at a clearly marked time. At your service is a professional driver who knows the best ways to get there on time.
Booking transfer to the King’s Cross station:
Booking transfer to the station King’s Cross today is extremely simple for one reason – now you can take advantage of the services of a professional taxi! Luxury cabin of a premium car and a high level of the driver. The driver will be an excellent companion or you will not notice his presence – according to your desire. Believe me, we really are professionals of our business. You will forever forget such a word as traffic jams, and your children will finally come to school on time. Our taxi will always be waiting for you.
Book a taxi to the train station King’s Cross
The tax service “Coruss Ltd” can not save you from everyday problems, but it will greatly simplify your life. By taking advantage of our services, you will be able to relocate for ourselves all the worries for a long time.
Prices for transfers from London Airports to King’s Cross:
- Heathrow Airport to King’s Cross from £55
- Gatwick Airport to King’s Cross from £80
- Luton Airport to King’s Cross from £75
- London City Airport to King’s Cross from £60
- Stansted Airport to King’s Cross from £85
- City of London to King’s Cross from £40
The booking of the service “Transfer to London” must be made in advance.
What you need to know when ordering a transfer from the airport:
- The driver will be waiting for you at the airport with your name sign;
- You will get an sms notification;
- 1 hour waiting is included in the price;
- There are no extra charges if the flight is delayed;
- Assistance with your baggage;
- The driver will wait as long as needed.
A little about London King’s Cross station
King’s Cross railway station – it is located in the North-Eastern part of London, in the Borough of Camden.
King’s Cross was opened in 1852, and it was built upon the project of Lewis Cubitt and John Turnbull.
If you look at the scheme of the station, it resembles a rectangle. The main station building is located on the South side of this rectangle. The station building consists of 2 parallel vaults, under which there are railway platforms.
The main difference in the design of the station is its simplicity of design, there is no decor elements – it is built with the use of glass and concrete structures.
Under the station complex there is the King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground station, and together with the nearby St. Pancras railway station, formed one of the largest railway junctions of the country.
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