Getting to and from the University
London Heathrow has most flights and is probably more convenient than Gatwick. However Birmingham is the nearest airport. There are direct flights to Bimingham from many places and the airport is just a short taxi ride from the University.
- If you are coming from Heathrow or Gatwick there are various ways of getting to Warwick. The simplest and cheapest is a National Express “flight link” coach, which goes to either Coventry or Warwick University. Despite the name of the University, Coventry is actually the nearest. The coach takes about 2 hours, and runs every couple of hours or so. The weblink is:
- The other main alternative is rail. Coventry is the nearest rail station and has good services from London. There are fast and regular rail links from both Gatwick and Heathrow, but these mainly go via Central London. You then need to get a train from there to Coventry (or Warwick/ Leamington Spa). It is then a taxi ride to the University.
Further details on travelling to the University, including directions for various modes of transport, can be found at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/
Maps of the University can be found at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps
The event will be held in the University’s award winning conference centre, Radcliffe House.
Rooms have been booked for external visitors in the Radcliffe House conference centre on campus where the event is taking place. If you need accommodation on campus please let us know as soon as possible, as room numbers are limited. Accommodation at Radcliffe will cost in the region of GBP90 per night. Contact Professor Rob Wilson (r.a.wilson@warwick) or Amanda Kerry (email@example.com).
27 September 2011 - Confirmation all participants will be accommodated at our Radcliffe House venue.