Tuesday 3rd September 2013 The Guildhall, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ

Visiting Cambridge

Located just 60 miles from London, Cambridge is home to a world-famous university and is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the United Kingdom. It is easily reached via London-area airports. Excellent rail and road links make it accessible from all parts of the UK.



Participants from Europe can fly into London Stansted, located just 30 miles away from Cambridge, and London Luton. Those coming from further afield are served by London Heathrow and London Gatwick.


Heathrow Express is the fastest way between London Heathrow airport and central London. Visit the Heathrow Express website to view times and fares. Gatwick Express is the fastest way between London Gatwick airport and central London. Visit the Gatwick Express website to view times and fares. There are frequent, daily and direct rail services from London King's Cross and London Liverpool Street stations to Cambridge. Visit the National Rail enquiries website to view times and fares.


National Express operates coach services to Cambridge from major towns and cities throughout the UK and there are frequent coach services from both central London and London airports. Visit the National Express website to view times and fares.


Visit the RAC website for assistance in planning your route to Cambridge by road.


Kings College, Cambridge

Visit Cambridge, the official tourism website for Cambridge, lists the range of accommodations available in Cambridge, including the option of staying in one of the University’s historic colleges.


The symposium will be held at:

The Guildhall
Market Square


Parking is not available for delegates at the conference venue.

Cambridge city centre has several car parks, but the Park & Ride system is strongly recommended as a cheaper, hassle-free option. Located at all the principal routes into Cambridge, frequent shuttle buses every ten minutes during the day will take you directly to the city centre. Visit the Park & Ride website for further information on the five Park & Ride sites.

Visit the Cambridge city car parks website for further information on Cambridge city car parks.

Tourist Information


You may wish to learn about the history and view the striking architecture of this ancient city, or just enjoy an idyllic walk along the River Cam. Cambridge offers visitors the opportunity to make your stay a memorable one.

To find out more about Cambridge, visit: www.visitcambridge.org