Cycling:

If you're travelling from within London, the Barclays Cycle Hire scheme could be a convenient way of travelling to the Centre. Popularly known as 'Boris Bikes', this system has a number of docking stations across the city which allow users to use the bikes on a pay as you go system.

Bus:

London boasts a number of regular buses and a good variety of bus routes. If travelling to the centre by bus, numbers 11, 24 53, 77a and 88 all stop at Parliament Square, which is 3 a minute walk from the venue.

Tube:

Nearby to both Westminster (0.1 miles) and St. James's Park (0.1 mile) tube stations, visitors can access the Centre via the Circle, District or Jubilee tube line.

Mainline Stations:

The Centre is close to three mainline stations, Victoria, Charing Cross and Waterloo. Also, St Pancras International Station is only a short journey from Victoria. This allows for instant access to Northern France, Brussels and Paris on the Eurostar.

International Airports:

The closest airport to the Conference Centre is Heathrow, which is only a 30 minute journey. However, there are also several other London airports: London City (9 miles), Gatwick (29 miles), Stansted (38 miles), London Luton (42 miles). All of these are easily accessible via train and underground.

Car Parks:

Driving in central London isn't really recommended if you're in a rush. However, if you do plan to drive to the venue, here a couple of nearby car parks:

Q- Park Westminster - 1 day parking from 30
Q-Park Trafalgar Square - 1 day parking from 30

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre also provides their clients with a 10% discount at Q-Parks. Please contact them to see if you are eligible prior to parking.