World Nuclear Symposium 2024

4-6 September 2024
Arriving by air

London welcomes direct inbound flights from hundreds of destinations worldwide, which makes travelling to the UK capital by air one of the easiest ways to arrive. There are 5 international airports (London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London City, London Stansted, and London Luton).

Transfers from/to airports

The Heathrow Express runs 4 non-stop trains an hour to and from London Paddington station. Journey time is around 20 minutes.
The Gatwick Express runs 4 trains an hour to and from Victoria station. Journey time is around 30 minutes.
Further information on transport links from all London airports.

Arriving by Eurostar

There are frequent services from Paris and Brussels to London daily by Eurostar’s high speed rail link. The Paris journey takes 2 hours and 15 minutes. Brussels is only 2 hour and 15 minutes away. Trains arrive at St Pancras International Station, bringing visitors into the heart of London’s transport network with easy access to the bus and Underground Tube systems.

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Transport in the city

Within the city there is a very efficient public transport network, comprising one of the most extensive underground systems and a great range of buses. You can easily plan your journey on the TFL website and read the top travel tips.

  • Oyster and contactless card
  • London Underground
  • Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
  • National Rail
  • The River
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Cycling and Walking
Entry Requirements

Visit the GOV.UK website for full information on the entry requirements to England. Sign up for an email alert to be notified when the “Entering England during coronavirus” page is updated.

Visas

Before planning your trip to London, you will need to find out if you require a visa to enter the UK. The British consulate in the country you are coming from should be contacted for advice. For more information click here.

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