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Travelling to Exeter is fairly easy, with nearby airports and good rail links to London. If you have any problems regarding transport, please contact the organisers.


The best airport destinations are Exeter, Bristol or London (e.g. Heathrow, Stansted or Gatwick). flybe runs cheap flights into Exeter airport.

Exeter airport is just a short bus ride from the centre of town. From Bristol airport a bus can be taken to the Bristol Temple Meads station, where a train can be caught to Exeter St Davids. From London airports, trains to Exeter St. Davids go from London Paddington and Waterloo. Further information regarding bus and rail transport is below.


The main train station in Exeter is Exeter St Davids, located near to both campus and town. You can use the national rail website to view train times and book tickets. Trains depart regularly from London Paddington and London Waterloo to Exeter St Davids. For information on travelling through and around London, see the transport for london website.


There are a number of taxi services available in Exeter.


The 56 bus goes regularly from Exeter airport into town and Exeter St Davids. Details are available on the Exeter Airport site. Cross country coach services such as Megabus are also available, but not recommended unless on a tight budget (cheap but slow!).