Milton Keynes is a large U.K. town about 45 miles from London. Its attractions include some top cultural institutions, historic monuments, and interesting museums. Adding to the appeal of Milton Keynes hotels, the town's landscape includes extensive green spaces, lakes and canals, and more than 20 million trees.
Luton Airport, the closest major airport to Milton Keynes at about 25 miles away, offers several convenient transportation options to consider. Car rentals are available 24 hours a day, and free shuttles are available to take you from arrivals to the car hire center. There's also a taxi rank outside the terminal. If you want to use public transport, take a shuttle to the Luton Airport Parkway railway station and hop on a train heading to Milton Keynes or take a bus from the bus stop located outside the terminal building. The train station at the airport also offers direct links to Central London. Stay at hotels in London for a night or more and you can see the sights of the capital before continuing to Milton Keynes. Arrange for rental cars in Milton Keynes so you can drive to the biggest tourist attraction in the area, Bletchley Park, which is famous as the place where World War II-era cryptographers broke Axis codes and ciphers, including the German Enigma machine. It's now open as a museum that reveals some of the secrets of that time. The National Museum of Computing, where you can learn about the creation of the modern computer, is also nearby. Other attractions within easy reach of hotels in Milton Keynes are the National Bowl—an open-air venue for concerts, festivals, and other events—and the contemporary 1,400-seat Milton Keynes Theatre. Visit the original part of the town, Milton Keynes Village, where you can see historic homes, including a 14th-century manor house.
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