Parking at Heathrow Airport

Parking at Heathrow Airport

If you’re looking to book Heathrow car parking, there are plenty of options on offer which cater to a wide range of preferences and budgets. From cost-effective off-site parking to premium-rate meet and greet services, there is a wide selection of airport parking services to choose from.

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Firstly, Heathrow’s standard long stay parking offers a cost-effective solution that’s based just a few minutes’ drive from the airport building. Once you have parked your car, head to the nearest bus stop and wait for the next shuttle to pick you up – it shouldn’t take more than a few minutes to come around. Then on your return home, you’ll meet the shuttle at the designated place ready to retrieve your car and head home.

If you want a shorter transfer service, there are various speedy business parking services that are based much closer to the terminal and offer fast, frequent transfers.

Other premium and highly convenient services include Meet and Greet, which means you park your car in a car park close to the terminal building and head to check-in while an attendant parks it for you. On your return, your car will be waiting for you. There is also a Heathrow valet service, which is similar to the above and has the option to add car care cleaning services.

To find the best value Heathrow car parking, it’s well worth shopping around. You can book direct with Heathrow Airport through their website, and you can also find parking through tour operators like Thomas Cook Extras, here , or by using a search engine to find the main car park operators. Make sure they offer a reputable service in a secure, well-managed car park, and that any online bookings are carried out on a secure server.

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  1. HI Tammy! Thanks for the tips, I am always impressed by all the things and advices you share, is helpful! Hope you are doing well dear, take care! Big hugs! xo

  2. Dearest Tammy,
    Very savvy information for the well traveled person!
    You always manage to share valuable tips.

  3. I don’t think I’ll ever attempt driving in or near London 😉 But thanks for the tip! How are youuu? 😀
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    • Hey Michelle,

      Thank you so much for dropping by:) Its been ages since I have time for replying comment…or I have been too lazy:)..I am great. how’s everything since you move to Belgium? I have been thinking to move to other country also:)

      And yes, driving in or near london can be crazy:P

  4. Brilliant tammy! Super advise. ‘

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