Getting to Oxford

Oxford Symposia - 5th Annual

OLIGO 2019 OXFORD:

Antisense & Therapeutic Nucleic Acids

1-2 April 2019, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, UK

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Getting to Oxford

Oxford’s convenient and central location, its excellent rail and road links with the rest of the UK, and its close proximity to several international airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted) offers an easy access from Europe, Americas and the rest of the world.

St Edmund Hall

St Edmund Hall – an affiliate college of the University of Oxford – is located in the heart of Oxford, with its main entrance on Queen’s Lane, just off the High Street

Address:

St Edmund Hall, Queen’s Lane, Oxford, OX1 4AR
Tel (Porters’ Lodge): +44 (0)1865 279000 (main switchboard)
Webhttp://www.seh.ox.ac.uk/

By Car: The College has no parking facilities for visitors, therefore we strongly recommend that you travel by public transport or use Oxford Park & Ride services, which run into the city centre from five car parks around the edge of the city. Further information about Park & Ride car parks is available on the City of Oxford website.

By Coach/Bus: The Oxford Tube and Oxford Express, run frequent coach services from London Victoria. Please ask the driver to drop you at the Queen’s Lane/High Street bus stop, which is opposite the College.

By Air: For overseas visitors, the most convenient airport for Oxford is London Heathrow. The Airline bus service offers frequent coach services from London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports. These also stop at Queen’s Lane, right by the College. Oxford is well served by National Express coach services from all over the country.

By Train: Oxford offers train connections with London, Birmingham, the South Coast and Northern England and many other parts of the country. For further information about rail travel please contact National Rail Enquiries. If arriving by train, the College is about 15-20 minutes’ walk from the station, or the number 5 bus from the station will drop you at Queen’s Lane, right outside the College.

Taxi Services in Oxford: There are a number of licensed taxi operators in Oxford: Radiotaxis (+1865 242424), ABC Taxis (+1865 770077, +1865 775577), 001 Taxis (+1865 240000) Royal Cars (+1865 777333). There is a taxi rank near Gloucester Green Bus Station and outside Oxford Train Station.

For further information about airports, train and bus travel to Oxford, planning your route, and for general information about the City of Oxford, please click on a related links below:

Route Planners

http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp
http://rp.rac.co.uk/routeplanner

Major Airports

Please follow the desired airport link on the following website:

UK BAA Airports: http://www.baa.com

Airport Car Hire

http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/car-hire.html
http://www.gatwick-airport-guide.co.uk/transport.html

Train and Bus Travel

National Rail Inquiries: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Network Rail: http://www.railtrack.co.uk
Oxford Bus Company: http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk
The Oxford Bus/The Airline: http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk/main.php?page_id=24
National Express: http://www.nationalexpress.com/coach/index.cfm

Opinions expressed above are for information only. Delegates are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and may find provided links helpful in organising their journey.