As a key arrival point for many to London, Kings Cross is a gateway to the city and the wider area...
Kings Cross is a busy station. Trains come into Kings Cross and St Pancras from the East Coast line, which runs up to Scotland via cities such as Leeds or Newcastle, as well as from Sheffield and the East Midlands. Couple that with arrivals from Paris, Brussels and beyond on the Eurostar, and there is a lot of demand for car rental in Kings Cross.
Within only a short distance of Kings Cross you can visit everything from the Tower of London to Buckingham Palace, the British Museum to Oxford Street, the London Eye to the House of Parliament, and hundreds of other attractions.
London City (LCY), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) are the nearest airports and you can pick up your hire car here or from various downtown locations in the Kings Cross area. To find the best price on car hire in Kings Cross, use TravelSupermarket's search tool to the left.
By arranging car rental, Kings Cross and Central London become easily accessible...
However, it's worth being aware of the London Congestion Charge for entering the very centre of the capital and your rental company can give you details of any necessary charges for this. You will also want to be aware of parking in the area which can be expensive, so plan this before looking for somewhere to park using online services.
With your own wheels you can quickly head out of town to the north using the A1, west along the A40 to reach the Midlands and West Country, east along the A11, A12 and A13 to reach East Anglia and Essex, or cross the Thames to head to south London and Kent using the Blackwall Tunnel. Once you hit the motorway network you can quickly be in all parts of the UK or wider London area.