As Birkbeck is located in central London there are many convenient public transport options that alight within short walking distance of the university.
Birkbeck, University of London
Attached is a printable map of central London, highlighting Birkbeck’s buildings and tube stations nearby. The conference will be held in buildings 1 and 2 on the map.
The registration desk is located in the Clore building (No. 2 on the map).
Luton is slightly less convenient as there is no train station at the airport. There is a shuttle bus to a rail option detailed on the Airport’s site, or alternatively a coach service with National Express.
London City Airport is a very central airport that is connected to the underground by the DLR line. Whilst no budget airlines fly into this airport, it is both simple and fast to travel into central London from here.
London’s iconic black cabs can be booked in advance for travel from airports, or hailed at the airport taxi rank. These services typically run on the meter, but the drivers are well regulated and very knowledgable.
Alternatively mini-cab services are fixed price, a popular option is Addison Lee.