Travelling to Trans-Iapetus Workshop

The conference will be in the Cohen Building. See here for a campus map. registration and poster presentations will be held in the Map Room and oral presentations will be head in LT3.

How to get here

Detailed travel instructions to the campus can be found on the University of Hull website.

Hull is about 200 miles north-east from London and 100 miles from Manchester. It is about an hour’s drive from York or Leeds.

Travel by train will take you to Hull Paragon train station in the centre of the city. There are usually taxis waiting right outside the station and it would take about 10-15 minutes to get to the conference venue if traffic is clear and should cost around £5-6.

The following buses will take you from Hull Paragon station to the University campus: 15, 105, 115. The 105 is the most direct, and stops on Cottingham Road immediately opposite the campus. The 15 and the 115 stop on Cranbrook Avenue, on the east side of the campus.

If travelling by air, you could arrive at a number of different airports and then travel by train. The nearest airport is Humberside.

If travelling by sea, ferries are available from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.

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