Travel Advice & Parking
Cambridge is situated in the East of England, 60 miles North of London and very well placed for access by road, rail and air.
Below you can find some facts and links to useful web sites to help you give your delegates the most up-to-date travel information.
Cambridge has a fast train service to and from London Kings’ Cross, which is adjacent to St Pancras for Eurostar connections. The journey takes approximately 45 minutes and several fast trains depart each hour, to check exact arrival and departure times please visit National Rail. Cambridge has two train stations, Cambridge and Cambridge North, the latter is convenient for venues in the north of the city and the Cambridge Science Park, most delegates will arrive into Cambridge train station which is situated a mile from the historic centre. Frequent local buses and taxis are available for those who would prefer not to walk.
London Stansted is situated 30 miles south of Cambridge and offers a number of routes to and from Europe and other UK destinations. Direct routes to Cambridge by National Express bus services and trains are available and taxis are plentiful.
London Gatwick, London Heathrow and London Luton are all within 1-2 hours drive of Cambridge and accessible by public transport via connecting bus and train services in London.
For delegates that prefer to drive, Cambridge offers a number of Park & Ride sites on the outskirts of the City and journey times into the centre take just a few minutes. If overnight parking is required for your delegates we can offer group rates for central parking locations, Cambridge City Council can offer more information on this service. More ideas and contacts for event parking can be found on our parking information page.
Need information for your delegate packs or your conference web site? We've complied a list of useful telephone numbers and a delegates guide to getting to Cambridge, feel free to copy and paste the information into your own communications.