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Heathrow parking from £10.75 per day

Compare parking deals at London Heathrow Airport in seconds. Simply put your travel dates into our search widget, and we'll show you the best options for short or long stay parking at any of Heathrow's four terminals. From convenient Meet & Greet to budget-friendly Park & Ride, we offer a variety of services to suit your needs. Take a look at some of our cheapest parking options at Heathrow Airport below, based on a 4 and 8-day stay duration. For more tailored pricing use our search widget above. Pre book today and save up to 60%! *Please note, prices stated are accurate at the time of search. Prices are subject to change depending on date of entry and duration of stay.

Heathrow car park 4 day parking*8 day parking*
Heathrow KwikPark - Meet and Greet - All TerminalsHeathrow KwikPark - Meet and Greet - All Terminals£60.99£85.99View more
Best Western Ariel - Just Park - UncoveredBest Western Ariel - Just Park - Uncovered£48.00£96.00View more
Heathrow Airparker - Meet and Greet - T2, T3, T5Heathrow Airparker - Meet and Greet - T2, T3, T5£59.99£98.99View more
JetParks Meet & Greet - T3JetParks Meet & Greet - T3£59.99£89.99View more
JetParks Meet & Greet - T4JetParks Meet & Greet - T4£59.99£89.99View more
JetParks Meet & Greet - T5JetParks Meet & Greet - T5£61.79£92.69View more
Heathrow Maple Parking Meet & Greet T2 & T3Heathrow Maple Parking Meet & Greet T2 & T3£91.99£118.99View more
Heathrow - evPark Giant Meet & Greet with EV ChargingHeathrow - evPark Giant Meet & Greet with EV Charging£110.00£150.00View more
* Prices are based on either a 4 or 8 day stay in January 2025

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Heathrow Airport parking

Because it’s located near Central London and is connected to Britain’s motorway network, driving to and parking your car at Heathrow Airport is one of the most convenient and cheapest ways to travel to the airport. We have a range of on-site parking available, giving passengers easy access to any of the airport’s 4 departure terminals, as well as some cost-effective and secure off-site parking. So whether you’re jetting off for an extended holiday with the family, a week-long city break or a short business trip, you’ll find the perfect parking option for your next trip from London Heathrow.

Long stay

Meet & greet

Park & ride

Heathrow long term parking starts from just £85.99 for an 8-day stay at Heathrow KwikPark Meet and Greet when you pre book today!

Cheap long stay parking is the ideal option for journeys longer than a week. Most of our partners accommodate parking for extended stay durations. With Park Mark accreditations and high-security measures in place, including 24-hour CCTV coverage, you can travel with peace of mind, knowing your vehicle is safe, secure and waiting just as you left it.

For off-site parking, your booking includes a free shuttle bus transfer that takes you to and from your departure terminal. These car parks are located just a short drive away from the terminal.

Travel times: Terminal 2: 10 mins; Terminal 3: 18 mins; Terminal 4: 5 mins; Terminal 5: 7 mins

*Please note travel times to individual terminals may vary due to location of the car park selected, and congestion on the day. Please check individual product pages for further details.

The cheapest meet & greet parking at London Heathrow Airport is at Heathrow JetParks Meet & Greet - T3, where prices start from £59.99 for a 4 day stay.

Meet & greet parking at London Heathrow Airport is the ideal solution for travellers wanting to prioritise convenience. All of our meet & greet products are situated directly outside their respective departure terminals, allowing you to start and end your trip with ease, especially if you’re short on time or travelling with kids and additional luggage.

Travelling for business? We offer parking solutions specifically for business travellers, located close to the check-in area giving you more time to catch up on emails and grab a bite to eat before your flight. Check out Maple Parking Business Meet & Greet T5 for more info.

Choose park & ride parking at Heathrow Airport from £58.95 for 4 days at Purple Parking – Park & Ride – T2 NON FLEX.

Park & Ride provides passengers with some of the cheapest parking available at LHR. It’s the perfect option for keeping costs low if you’re travelling on a budget. All park & ride products include a reliable shuttle bus service that takes you to and from your departure terminal. Simply park your car at your chosen car park and head over to the allocated shuttle bus stop where the service will take you to your terminal, and collect you upon your return to take you back to your vehicle so you can get on your way. Many of the car parks are fitted with ANPR technology, so you can enter and exit the car park with ultimate ease.

*Please note that some park & ride processes may differ; please check individual product pages for further details.

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Short stay

Electric vehicle parking

Disabled and valet parking

Heathrow short stay parking starts from as little as £12.00 a day at Best Western Ariel – Just Park – Uncovered when you pre book.

Many of our parking providers accommodate short stay bookings, making this a perfect option for journeys of less than a week. Better yet, we have parking available across all four departure terminals and many of the on-site car parks are located just minutes away from their respective terminals. Take a look at some of the key features of our best parking products.

Cheapest parking - Best Western Ariel – Just Park – Uncovered – Prices start from £48.00 for a 4-day stay. 

Closest parking - Heathrow Airparker - Meet & Greet – Located just outside each departure terminal.

Highest rated - Heathrow MBW Meet & Greet – 374 5-star customer reviews and testimonies.

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Get Heathrow parking with ev charging from £110 for a 4-day stay at Heathrow evPark Giant Meet & Greet with EV Charging.

If you have an electric car, you can make use of Heathrow EV parking. Available at all four airport terminals and located just minutes away from the check-in area, it’s one of the most convenient parking products for travellers. Simply drive to your designated terminal and meet the fully licensed and qualified driver who will park your car so you can make your way to the terminal. Upon your return, your car will be returned to you with a full charge so you’re ready to head home.

*Please note that drivers must provide their own charging cables in order for their vehicle to be charged.

For further details on arrival and return procedures, please check the product page.

The Blue Badge parking scheme operates in all on-site airport car parks, including short stay, business and long stay. Passengers must ensure that they show their Blue Badge to the car park operator to secure a disabled parking space.

Disabled parking is also available at our off-site car parks - please check individual product pages for further details.

Find out more about disabled parking at Heathrow Airport.

Valet parking is not currently available to pre book through Looking4Parking; however, we have some fantastic Meet & Greet options available that provide a first-class parking service. Park at Heathrow Airparker Meet and Greet - T2, T3 & T5 for 4 days from £59.99.

Car parking options at Heathrow Airport

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Frequently asked questions

Where to park at Heathrow?

We offer a range of parking options at London Heathrow that make travelling to the airport a breeze. Depending on your specific requirements, you can choose from meet & greet, park & ride, short, mid or long stay parking. Simply enter your travel dates in the search widget above to start comparing the perfect parking for you.

How much is it to park at Heathrow?

Prebook parking prices at Heathrow Airport are very reasonable compared to turn-up parking prices, making driving one of the cheapest and most convenient ways to get to and from the airport. The cheapest parking at Heathrow Airport starts from £48.00 for a 4-day stay at Best Western Ariel – Just Park.

Where is the cheapest place to park at Heathrow?

The cheapest parking at Heathrow is Best Western Ariel – Just Park, from £48.00 for a 4-day stay.

How much is long stay parking at Heathrow?

Park from just £85.99 for an 8-day stay at Heathrow KwiKPark Meet and Greet.

Prices for long stay parking at LHR will vary depending on stay duration and the date of travel. However, it’s one of the most cost-effective parking products to book. Please also note that some of our other products, although not specifically labelled as long stay products, do accommodate stay durations of a longer period. Simply enter your travel dates into our search widget and compare parking prices now.

How much is it to park at Heathrow for a week?

If you’re travelling for a week, choose from a range of our parking products by using the search widget above. Park for 8 days at London Heathrow with Heathrow Kwikpark Meet & Greet from just £85.99.

How much to park at Heathrow for 2 weeks?

Park for 2 weeks at Heathrow Airport from just £88.79 at JetParks Meet & Greet T3. Please note these prices are accurate at the time of search. For more tailored pricing, please use our search widget above.

Can you park at Heathrow without booking?

It is possible to turn up and park at Heathrow Airport without a prior booking. However, you run the risk of not finding a space that’s convenient for you, especially if you’re travelling during peak travel periods. Turn-up parking fees are also considerably more expensive than pre-booking your parking. Simply enter your travel dates into our search widget above and save up to 60% on airport parking versus turn-up fees.

How much is short stay parking at Heathrow?

Short stay parking prices for a 4-day stay at Best Western Ariel – Just Park start from £48.00.

Is disabled parking free at Heathrow Airport?

Disabled parking is not free at Heathrow Airport; however, each car park has designated Blue Badge parking available. Please note these spaces are not available to pre-book and are assigned on a first come, first served basis, so please book standard parking and drive into a Blue Badge bay when you arrive.

How much is Pod Parking at Heathrow?

Pod Parking at Heathrow Airport allows you to travel to and from Terminal 5 in a driverless, electric vehicle in just 6 minutes. They’re available for passengers 7 days a week from 4am to 12:30am, with a shuttle bus replacing the service outside of these hours. Each pod carries up to four passengers and their luggage, plus you’ll never have to wait more than 30 seconds for one to be available. As well as being environmentally friendly, they also help to ease congestion around the airport. Get a quote for Pod Parking.

Heathrow Airport guide

Heathrow is one of the busiest airports in the UK and indeed Europe, serving over 75 million passengers a year.

With four terminals and 2 parallel runways, Heathrow facilitates a daily average of around 1,300 flights to and from 218 worldwide destinations. Heathrow hosts flights from 89 airlines, including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Qatar Airways, American Airlines, Emirates, Delta and Etihad Airlines to name a few. Furthermore, additional expansion plans will further enhance the airport’s capacity and connectivity, increasing flight numbers by around 260,000 annually.

Location of Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport is situated just 14 miles (23 kilometres) west of Central London and spans 4.7 square miles (12.3 square kilometres) within the Metropolitan Green Belt.

LHR is owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings and is one of six major airports serving the London area. The airport’s proximity to Central London makes it one of the easiest to travel to. The airport is accessible by car via the M4 and the M25; by train with a dedicated train or London Underground; or by bus or coach.

Which terminal?

Terminal 1

This terminal is closed to the public and is now used for training and baggage handling for Terminal 2.

Terminal 2

Known as the “Queen’s Terminal”, it promises to offer travellers a world-class passenger experience, servicing airlines like Air Canada, Aer Lingus, American Airlines, Singapore Airlines and British Airways.

Terminal 3

Known for providing innovative travel solutions for passengers, Terminal 3 was opened in 1961 and houses the UK’s first moving walkways. British Airlines, American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Air France and Delta operate flights from this terminal.

Terminal 4

This terminal has been recently refurbished and is a hub for European and long-haul flights with KLM, Kenya Airways, China Eastern, Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines.

Terminal 5

This terminal is the UK’s largest free-standing building and services flights for passengers flying with British Airways, American Airlines, Finnair, Iberia, Qatar Airways, Japan Airlines and Aer Lingus.

How to get to Heathrow Airport


LHR is located on Junction 4 of the M4 and Junctions 14 and 15 of the M25. Depending on your departure terminal, use the below postcodes for navigation:

Terminal 2: TW6 1EW

Terminal 3: TW6 1QG

Terminal 4: TW6 3XA

Terminal 5: TW6 2GA

Just 15 miles outside of London, LHR is easy to travel to by car and is often the most convenient option as the terminals and on-site car parks are well sign posted. To ensure your journey is as smooth as possible, be sure to check your terminal and parking location before you set off.

Alternatively, each terminal at Heathrow has a taxi rank right outside with convenient drop-off points; however, remember they can be significantly more expensive than other options as there will be an extra drop-off charge added to your fare.


Several trains operate directly from Paddington Station to Heathrow’s Central and Terminal 5 stations. The non-stop service takes only 15 minutes to reach the airport and departs from London every 15 minutes. Alternatively, National Rail services operate trains, with Heathrow being a key part of their route.

For travellers using the London Underground services, the Piccadilly line offers a frequent service that departs every 5 minutes during peak travel hours. This line services each terminal at the airport and takes around 40-50 minutes to reach the airport. London Heathrow also offers an internal train service that connects travellers to each terminal at the airport, making travel within the airport a breeze.

Bus and coach

The Central Bus Station at Heathrow Airport serves Terminals 2 and 3 24 hours a day. Combined with the bus stations that service Terminals 4 and 5, they accommodate over 1,600 local bus and long-distance coach services daily. There are also complimentary transfer bus services provided for passengers travelling between terminals. Find out mor about travelling to Heathrow by bus and coach.

Useful tips

Arrive at least 2.5 hours before your flight

Heathrow Airport is known to be one of the world’s busiest airports, operating four terminals across 4.7 square miles. Be sure to arrive at the airport around 2.5 hours before your flight to give you enough time to navigate to your departure terminal, get through security and enjoy the facilities that the terminal has to offer.

Drop-off and pick-up parking

Heathrow Airport now imposes a £5 charge each time a car enters the terminal drop-off areas. Positioned just outside the terminals, these areas offer the most convenient and quick option for passenger drop-offs.

Mind your head

At Heathrow Airport, many of the on-site car parks have height restrictions that you should be aware of before you travel. The short stay car parks at Terminals 2, 3 and 5 have a height limit of 7ft 2in (2.2m), while Terminal 4's short stay car park is slightly smaller, with a limit of 6ft 6in (2m). Each terminal features a designated ground floor over-height area where you'll only be charged the standard short stay rate. Look for the appropriate signage if you're parking an over-height vehicle.

Heathrow Airport transfers

Getting to Heathrow Airport doesn’t have to be expensive or inconvenient. Looking4Transfers compares Heathrow Airport transfers for you, making it easy for you find the cheapest and easiest way to get to and from the airport.

Heathrow cabs

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Heathrow Express

The Heathrow Express offers passengers a direct and fast connection between London Paddington Station and London Heathrow Station. You can reach Heathrow from Central London using this service in just 15 minutes, with trains departing every 15-30 minutes depending on the time of day. If you’re travelling to Terminal 5, please note that this journey takes 21 minutes.

Plus if you’re travelling with little ones, kids ride free! Children under the age of 15 can travel on the Heathrow Express service for free if accompanied by a paying adult. A photo ID may be required for proof of age.

Download a timetable for the Heathrow Express service.

Find out how to book your Heathrow Express tickets.

Buses to Heathrow

Heathrow Airport offers a variety of bus services for travellers. National Express is the primary coach provider for the airport, known for its competitive pricing and comfort.

Most coaches are fitted with modern amenities, including toilets, power sockets and air conditioning, ensuring a pleasant and comfortable journey, especially if you’re travelling long distances.

Find out how to book your bus and coach tickets.

If you're transferring between airports, shuttles from Gatwick to Heathrow are available to passengers regardless of their departure terminal.

Heathrow Airport facilities

Despite being one of Europe’s busiest airports, servicing over 19.4 million passengers per year, Heathrow is more than equipped to keep everyone comfortable, entertained and prepped for their flight. Big high-street brands are available at each terminal, offering everything from last-minute travel essentials to luxury gifting if you fancy treating someone (or yourself) before you jet off.

The food and drink options at Heathrow seem endless with the selection of international cuisine, so even for the fussiest eaters, there’s bound to be something to tickle your tastebuds.

Find out more about special assistance support while at LHR.

Top things to do in Heathrow Airport

Dine in style

Heathrow Airport takes pride in its diverse culinary offerings, influenced by visitors from around the globe. Whether you crave Far Eastern snacks, authentic Italian coffee, family-friendly pub grub, or innovative concept dining, LHR has an extensive range of popular high-street restaurants alongside exclusive opportunities to sample cuisine from renowned contemporary chefs.

Get an expert opinion

Navigating the wide range of stores at LHR can be overwhelming, especially if you're uncertain of what you need or where to find it. LHR has created an innovative passenger solution and was the first airport worldwide to provide a personal shopping service. The team consists of diverse, multilingual retail experts and stylists, meaning that finding the perfect gift for someone, or a pre-flight treat for yourself, is easier than ever. Personal Shoppers are available by appointment only, ensuring a tailored and stress-free shopping experience for every traveller.

You can book your personal shopping experience ahead of time.

Your holiday starts here

If you’re jetting off from Terminal 5, and need some pre-flight relaxation, head over to Be Relax Spa. They offer a variety of massage and relaxation services for passengers. From expert aromatherapy and reflexology to essential pre-holiday manicure-pedicures, the spa provides a much-needed dose of luxury, as well as shower facilities.

Take a look at the spa menu and pre-book your pre-flight appointment.

Questions about navigating Heathrow Airport

What happened to Terminal 1?

Terminal 1 at London Heathrow Airport was closed to the public in 2015 as the airlines that operated there moved to the airport’s larger and newly refurbished terminals. It Is now used for training, as well as luggage handling for Terminal 2.

How do I get to Heathrow Airport?

Thanks to its proximity to Central London, reaching Heathrow Airport is very easy. Clear signage and ample parking options make travelling by car one of the most convenient options. Additionally, LHR is easily accessible by the network of public transport that connects the airport to surrounding areas, including direct train routes, the London Underground, and bus and coach services.

Where can I find more information about my flight?

Your airline will send your flight confirmation and details directly to you. However, if you misplace this information, LHR has a comprehensive flight schedule on their site that includes all scheduled flights up to a year in advance. This schedule includes departure date and time, terminal details, airline information and aircraft type. Click the following links to view Departures and Arrivals.

How do I get between terminals?

The airport’s vast size can make travelling between terminals seem intimidating. However, the airport operates dedicated bus and train services to transport passengers between terminals from Heathrow Central Station, and better yet, they’re free to use.

I've lost something - what do I do?

If you’ve misplaced an item at Heathrow Airport, you can find information about reclaiming your items. All lost property at Heathrow is handled by Smarte Carte UK Ltd. You can use their online database to search for your lost items. All lost property is retained for three months from the date it was found or turned in.

Is there anywhere for me to charge my electronic devices?

There are free Power Pole charging stations located in all departure terminals at London Heathrow Airport, before and after security. They are compatible with UK and European plugs, as well as USB cables. View a map of the charging poles.

What shops are available at the airport?

Heathrow has a wide range of shopping facilities in all four of its terminals. From exclusive boutique designers to a global selection of food and drink, view the full directory of the shops available at LHR.