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Travelling to Bath  

Getting to Bath… 


Bath is located in the South West of the UK between Bristol and London. The city is accessible nationally and internationally. Nationally, several train and bus routes make their way through Bath. Internationally, London and Bristol airports provide links by air. By road, the M4 links the East to London, and the M5 links the North to the South. 



  • London Heathrow (LHR): 2 hours away by car

  • Bristol Airport (BRS): 45 minutes away by car



  • Bath Spa Train Station (1 hour 15 minutes from London Paddington)

Once in Bath… 

The conference is being held in the Chancellors’ Building (CB) on the main campus at the University of Bath. The CB is centrally located on the campus, close to the bus terminus and the East Car Park. 


Going between the city centre and campus is achievable by foot, cycle, bus, and car.


Walking or cycling from the city centre to campus takes approximately 35-45 minutes or 20 minutes, respectively. The city centre is in a valley and the campus is on top of a substantive hill, so the journal from the centre to the campus is entirely up hill and can be vigorous.


First Bus operates buses between the city centre and the campus regularly during the summer months. However, they are less frequent than during term-time. We advise using their web platform and mobile application ( for planning your travel. 


There are car parks on campus, which require payment by the hour at signposted machines. 


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