28 Portland Place
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Getting to 28 Portland Place
Participants are advised to travel to the conference using public transport as driving in Central London can be difficult and expensive. If you are unable to use public transport, you can plan your route online at www.theaa.com or www.rac.co.uk. For those with satellite navigation the postal code is W1B 1LY.
The closest car park is in Devonshire Row Mews (W1W 5AU), which is approximately 2 minutes walk away from the venue.
Please be aware that the venue is within the Congestion Charge zone, so you may be required to pay a fee to drive on the roads around the venue.
By Underground / Rail
28 Portland Place is located within walking distance of several underground tube stations connecting major lines including Bakerloo, Victoria, Circle and District providing good transport links to the rest of London. The closest stations are Great Portland Street, Regents Park and Oxford Circus. The venue is also conveniently located close to King's Cross (St Pancras) for the Eurostar and London Euston both with excellent links to the rest of the country.
- Great Portland Street (0.3 miles) - Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines.
- Regents Park (0.4 miles) - Bakerloo line.
- Oxford Circus (0.4 miles) - Bakerloo and Victoria lines.
- Warren Street (0.6 miles) - Northern and Victoria lines.
- Euston (1 mile) - Victoria and Northern lines.
- Kings Cross St Pancras (1.4 miles) - Victoria, Piccaddily, Northern, Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines.
For further information about travelling around London on public transport, please visit Transport for London. You can also find information regarding planning your journey using the rail network at www.nationalrail.co.uk including information on times and fares. Please book rail tickets early to take advantage of discounts.
London is one of Europe's central routing points for international air travel and has five major airports that are served by nearly every major international airline. Participants are recommended to book flights early to take advantage of discounted fares.
London's five airports (Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and City) all have easy connections into central London by train, tube, coach or taxi. To plan your onward journey by tube or rail visit www.tfl.gov.uk or www.nationalrail.co.uk and by coach visit www.nationalexpress.co.uk. The cost of taxi's from each airport will vary significantly and as traffic can be busy in central London you are advised to use where possible the rail and underground network.
If you require any assistance planning your journey, email firstname.lastname@example.org stating where you are travelling from and your preferred method.
Citizens of the EU do not need a visa to enter Britain. If you are from any other country, find out about visa requirements before you travel - ukvisas.gov.uk