The 2017 Wildlife Trade Symposium will take place in Central Oxford, at St Catherine’s College, Manor Rd, Oxford OX1 3UJ.
Delegates can get to Oxford either via road, train or air:
Park and ride is the easiest way to get into Oxford by car. There are five park and ride sites located around Oxford’s ring road, with regular bus services to the city centre, and – from some car parks – to the hospitals. It is easy to use. You simply park your car and use a bus to get to your destination. Please note that separate charges apply for both the car park and bus journey.
From London, the cheapest way to get to Oxford (and vis versa) is by using the Oxford Tube bus service. Buses stop at various points in central London and central Oxford with frequent departures 24hours/7days a week. Queens Lane (Stop K5), High St, Oxford OX1 4BG is the closest stop to St Catherine’s College (about a 10 minute walk).
For travel from within the UK, train is your most comfortable and reliable option. St Catherine’s College is a 25 minute walk or a 10 minute car ride from the Oxford train station (Oxford, Park End St., OX1 1HS). Check train schedules and purchase tickets online at the Trainline.
Oxfords’ closest and most convenient international airport is Heathrow airport, but delegates may also travel via Gatwick, Stansted or Luton airports.
Travel from Heathrow or Gatwick airports by car or the Airline coach services, see website for pickup locations and schedules. Queens Lane (Stop K5), High St, Oxford OX1 4BG is the closest stop to St Catherine’s College (about a 10 minute walk).
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