UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 7th Annual International Postgraduate Conference

Inclusion Exclusion

16-18th February 2006

Travel to the United Kingdom

How to get to arrive by Air

London has 3 major airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. All of these are located about 1 hour train ride from the city centre. When choosing your destination airport, please take into account the price of onward travel, see Travel to London page.

There are a number of budget airlines that fly to London from within the EU. Some of these are:

  1. www.ryanair.com
  2. www.airberlin.com
  3. www.easyjet.com
  4. www.germanwings.de
  5. www.airpolonia.com
  6. www10.centralwings.com
  7. www.czechairlines.com
  8. www.estonian-air.ee
  9. www.skyeurope.co
  10. www.wizzair.com

If you travelling from outside Europe/EU, check out www.cheapestflights.com for a comprehensive overview of the available flights.

If you are aware of any gaps in this list or know a local airline, which offers flights to London for a reasonable price, please let us know on pgconference@ssees.ac.uk, so we can share this information.

How to get to arrive by Bus

National Express (www.gobycoach.com) is Britain’s major carrier serving a large number of destinations on the European continent. They are reliable, comfortable and definitely worth considering, especially if your budget is limited and your nearest airport is difficult to reach.

How to get to arrive by Train

For information on the Eurostar’s timetables and routes, check out www.eurostar.com

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