Airport Taxis to and from St Albans to all UK airports and Seaports
Airport Taxis to and from St Albans to all UK airports and seaports
We offer affordable executive airport and seaport taxis from and from St Albans in Hertfordshire to all UK major Airports with 4G Wifi. Cars Exec provide chauffeur driven cars, at competitive rates but in the comfort of our clean, stylish and exclusive chauffeur driven airport cars. Our prompt, reliable 24-hour airport taxi service to Southampton Port, Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, Bristol Airport, Exeter and even as far as Glasgow Airport, available in our Mercedes S-Class, Mercedes E-Class or Mercedes Viano for larger groups.
We remove the stress of airport transfers as all our cars are equipped with the latest Sat Nav technology including live traffic, allowing us to anticipate traffic hold ups in advance and so select alternative routes, ensuring you always arrive on time.
On return, our executive chauffeurs will be there to meet you at the airport, no matter when your flight arrives as they constantly monitor your flight. They will then whisk you home, smoothly and safely, while you set back, relax and perhaps catch up on sleep.
Airport Transfers prices to and from St Albans to major UK airports at a glance
St Albans airport transfer to & from Leeds Airport from £369
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £369
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £405
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £442
St Albans airport transfer to & from Edinburgh Airport from £560
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £560
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £616
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £673
St Albans airport transfer to & from East Midlands Airport from £281
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £281
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £309
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £338
St Albans airport transfer to & from Birmingham Airport from £260
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £260
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £286
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £312
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £225
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £248
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £270
St Albans airport transfer to Manchester Airport from £336
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £336
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £370
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £403
St Albans airport transfer to & from Bristol Airport from £234
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £234
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £258
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £281
St Albans airport transfer to & from Cardiff Airport from £280
1 – 5 passengers, single trip from a total of £280
6 passengers, single trip from a total of £308
7 passengers, single trip from a total of £336
We provide executive airport transfers to and from St Albans to all UK airports including:
- St Albans to London Gatwick Airport
- St Albans to London Heathrow Airport
- St Albans to London Luton Airport
- St Albans to London Stansted Airport
- St Albans to London City Airport
- St Albans to East Midlands Airport
- St Albans to Cardiff Airport
- St Albans to Manchester Airport
- St Albans to Exeter Airport
Our executive airport transfer service from St Albans includes:
- A friendly but professional driver
- Executive chauffeur driven airport taxi of your choice
- 4G Wifi in all our cars
- Flight monitoring
- A meet and Greet service
- Assistance with your luggage
- Comfortable journey with
- Prior knowledge of your destination and return requirements
Book Cars Exec today, chauffeur services at comparable taxi rates.
UK Cruise Ship Transfers to and from St Albans
Looking for a taxi transfer to a Cruise Ship Terminal from St Albans Why not start your cruise in style, we offer cost effective travel from St Albans to the following ports:
- St Albans to the Port of Dover
- St Albans to the Port of Greenock/Glasgow
- St Albans to the Port of Harwich
- St Albans to the Port of Hull
- St Albans to the Port of Liverpool
- St Albans to the Port of Portsmouth
- St Albans to the Port of Southampton
- St Albans to the Port of Leith/Edinburgh
- St Albans to the Port of London Tilbury
With many years’ experience in insuring our customers arrive at their destination on time, Cars Exec offer the very best in service with our excellent chauffeurs.
Our chauffeur driven taxi service provides comfort, style and luxury, all in one trip, to any of the major UK cruise ports from your home or airport. We will then be there on your return, ready to take care of you and your luggage, returning you home with the minimum of stress.
Business and Corporate Chauffeur Services in St Albans
Professional corporate travel
We provide a trusted, professional but discreet service to our business and corporate clients in St Albans, with impeccable chauffeur driven cars as well as luxury people carriers to St Albans based UK Companies, international business and discerning private clients, travelling to and from London.
Cars Exec offer cars to and from important meetings, a meet and greet service from all the main airports and train station, as well as a daily commute service locally, or long distance to London and other UK cities
Special Event Chauffeur Services in St Albans
Want to make your special event even more stylish? We will sweep you off to a day at the races, a concert, a birthday treat or even a proposal in our comfortable, luxurious cars. Just sit back and relax as you ride in style in executive chauffeur driven hire,
- Birthday Treat / Surprise.
- Wembley / O2 Arena.
- Anniversary celebrations.
Our VIP car service is the perfect prestige car hire service for you if you want to make the right impression, but at comparable taxi prices.
Find out more about St Albans
St Albans is a city in the county of Hertfordshire. It lies east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, about 20 miles north-northwest of central London, and 11 miles south-southeast of Luton. St Albans was the first major town on the old Roman road of Watling Street for travellers heading north, and it became the Roman city of Verulamium. It is a historic market town and is now a dormitory town within the London commuter belt and the Greater London Built-up Area.
St Albans’ Name
St Albans takes its name from the first British saint, Alban. Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People, relates that he lived in Verulamium, sometime during the 3rd or 4th century, when Christians were suffering persecution. Alban met a Christian priest fleeing from his persecutors and sheltered him in his house, where he became so impressed with the priest’s piety that he converted to Christianity. When the authorities searched Alban’s house, he put on the priest’s cloak and presented himself in place of his guest. Consequently, he was sentenced to endure the punishments that were to be inflicted upon the priest, unless he renounced Christianity. Alban refused and was taken for execution. In later legends, his head rolled downhill after execution and a well sprang up where it stopped.
Before the 20th century St Albans was a rural market town, a Christian pilgrimage site, and the first coaching stop of the route to and from London, accounting for its numerous old inns. Victorian St Albans was small and had little industry. Its population grew more slowly than London, 8–9% per decade between 1801 and 1861, compared to the 31% per decade growth of London in the same period. The railway arrived relatively late, in 1858. In 1869 the extension of the city boundaries was opposed by the Earl of Verulam and many of the townsfolk, but there was rapid expansion and much building at the end of the century, and between 1891 and 1901 the population grew by 37%.
In 1877, in response to a public petition, Queen Victoria issued the second royal charter, which granted city status to the borough and Cathedral status to the former Abbey Church. The new diocese was established in the same year, in the main from parts of the large Diocese of Rochester.
In the inter-war years it became a centre for the electronics industry. In the post-World War II years it expanded rapidly as part of the post-War redistribution of population out of Greater London. It is now a popular tourist destination.
St Albans has a thriving cultural life, with regular concerts and theatre productions held at venues including Trestle Arts Base, St Albans Abbey, Maltings Arts Theatre, the Alban Arena, the Abbey Theatre, St Peter’s Church and St Saviour’s Church, given by St Albans Bach Choir, St Albans Cathedral Choir, St Albans Symphony Orchestra, St Albans Chamber Opera, The Company of Ten, and St Albans Organ Theatre.
St Albans is also home to Trestle Theatre Company, who have been creating professional, innovative and inspirational physical storytelling theatre since 1981. Originally known for their work with masks, Trestle collaborates with UK and international artists to unify movement, music and text into a compelling theatrical experience.
The St Albans Museum service runs two museums: Verulamium Museum, which tells the story of everyday life in Roman Britain and the Museum of St Albans, which focuses on the history of the town and of Saint Alban. The Watercress nature reserve is by the River Ver and is run by the Watercress Wildlife Association.
Film and TV
The mixed character of St Albans and its proximity to London have made it a popular filming location. The Abbey and Fishpool Street areas were used for the pilot episode of the 1960s ecclesiastical TV comedy All Gas and Gaiters. The area of Romeland, directly north of the Abbey Gateway and the walls of the Abbey and school grounds, can be seen masquerading as part of an Oxford college in some episodes of Inspector Morse (and several local pubs also appear). Fishpool Street, running from Romeland to St Michael’s village, stood in for Hastings in some episodes of Foyle’s War. Life Begins was filmed largely in and around St Albans. The Lady Chapel in the Abbey itself was used as a location for at least one scene in Sean Connery’s 1995 film First Knight, whilst the nave of the Abbey was used during a coronation scene as a substitute for Westminster Abbey in Johnny English starring Rowan Atkinson. The 19th-century gatehouse of the former prison near the mainline station appeared in the title sequence of the TV series Porridge, starring Ronnie Barker. The 2001 film Birthday Girl starring Ben Chaplin and Nicole Kidman was also partly filmed in St Albans.
Recently, several scenes from the film Incendiary, starring Michelle Williams, Ewan McGregor and Matthew Macfadyen, were filmed in St Albans, focusing in particular on the Abbey and the Abbey Gateway. It has also been used the setting for the fictional town Waltringham, in the TV show Humans.