Travel AdviceVisa Matters
If you are travelling to the UK and require a visa to enter, the Conference organisers would be happy to write you a visa invitation letter, once you have fully registered and paid your participation fee. You can send your request by email to email@example.com
Oxford is located within easy reach of the London International Airports (Heathrow and Gatwick) as well as Luton and Midland airports. Most are within 90 minutes drive-time of Oxford.
There is a travel advice line for information about travelling to Oxford:
Tel: 0845 310 1111, Monday to Thursday - 8.30am-5pm, Friday - 8.30am-4pm
Oxford has a fast rail connection to/from London. It's a distance of around 50-60 miles and can be reached in just over an hour by rail. Normally the trains go into London Paddington Station via Didcot Parkway and Reading and fast trains take under 90 minutes.
There is a coach service which shuttles between Oxford and London with a typical travel time of 100 minutes.
Please click here for further information: http://x90.oxfordbus.co.uk/timetables-fares/x90-oxford-london
There is parking in and around Oxford but it tends to be more expensive if you are parking in Oxford City Centre for a day. There are several 'Park and Ride' facilities on the outskirts of Oxford where you can park your car and catch a shuttle bus into town. These run at regular times throughout the day and evening.