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.


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.


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.