How to reach London

By Air

London has six international airports – LCY: London City (7 miles away), LHR: Heathrow (14 miles), LGW: Gatwick (33 miles), LTN: Luton (29 miles), STN: Stansted (40 miles) and SEN: Southend (40 miles).

London Heathrow Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world (over 70 million passengers a year) and about 100 international airlines operate flights in and out of the airport. Heathrow is located in West London and is easily accessible by public transport links such as bus, train and London Underground.

From 30 Euston Square, Heathrow can be reached in 36mins, Gatwick in 48mins and City airport 40mins.

By Train

Being the main hub of the British Rail Network, London is served by regular train services from other UK cities. It is also well-connected by rail via the Eurostar tunnel service to other European cities such as Paris, Brussels, Berlin, and Amsterdam, among others. The Eurostar high-speed railway service connects London to Paris and Brussels and operates from the St. Pancras International Station.

London Euston station is the sixth busiest station in the UK and is situated 1 minute’s walk away from 30 Euston Square, the conference venue, in Central London. As well as connecting to the UK’s West Coast Main Line, London Euston is a short walk from St Pancras International station for the Eurostar. It is also a short walk from Kings Cross Station for the UK East Coast Main Line, and the Euston Tube Station which gives access to the London Underground (Tube) network.

By Tube

Tube map

30 Euston Square is just 1 minute walk from Euston and Euston Square tube stations. London Euston is accessed directly via London Underground’s Victoris and Northern lines. Take the Circle, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan lines for Euston Square tube station.

Times to London Euston by tube:
•Kings Cross St Pancras – 2mins
•Oxford Circus – 4mins
•Victoria – 6mins
•Charing Cross – 7mins
•Moorgate – 8mins
•Paddington – 9mins
•Waterloo – 9mins
•Bank – 10mins
•Liverpool St – 10mins

Road/Self Drive

The conference venue sites just outside of the Congestion Charge Zone and is served by a number of nearby car parks – see the venue’s interactive map.

30 Euston Square sites next to the A501 – a main artery serving much of North London – and can be accessed easily by road from the centre of the capital. The A1, A5, A40 and A41 can all be reached within a few minutes drive of the venue.

UK’s excellent road network links London to other cities in the country. The roads make for a fantastic drive and you can catch glimpses of the beautiful English countryside.