Walking and cycling can be cheap and efficient. Use the map above to find secure spots to park your own bike, or to locate the nearest London Cycle Hire scheme bike to rent for short journeys.
Many London bus lines pass close to City sites. Sometimes it's hard to know which one is best to choose, so here are some ways to help you.
Transport for London's interactive map can tell you "what buses can I catch here?" Try it with a location near you, and look for the route choices it offers
Our part of London is well-served by the Northern Line (City branch), as well as the combination of the Circle/District/Metropolitan/Hammersmith & City lines, and by the Central Line.
Use the widget on the right to start planning your journey using TfL's journey planner.
You can check National Rail Enquiries' live departure boards for any UK station to see if trains are running on time – you’ll know if you have time for another coffee.
Parking in the roads surrounding the Northampton Square site is at parking meters. The nearest National Car Park to Northampton Square is on Skinner Street, off St John Street.
Parking in the roads surrounding Bunhill Row is at parking meters. The nearest National Car Parks to Cass Business School are at Finsbury Square, Tabernacle Street, Clere Street and Paul Street.
Parking in the roads surrounding West Smithfield is at parking meters. The nearest National Car Parks to West Smithfiield are at Smithfield Central Market, Snowhill and Cowcross Street.
Parking in the roads surrounding The City Law School is at parking meters. The nearest National Car Parks to the Inns of Court School of Law are Selkirk House, Museum Street or International Press Centre, Shoe Lane.
Please note that the majority of City sites are within the Congestion Charging Zone. For Congestion Charge information please see www.cclondon.com or the travel information on individual maps.
The Thameslink train service connects Gatwick and Luton airports directly with Farringdon Station. Trains run every 30 minutes and the journey takes about 45 minutes.
Heathrow Airport is on the London underground system, on the Piccadilly Line, and the nearest underground stations for the University are reached by changing at Kings Cross St Pancras. The journey from Heathrow to Kings Cross St Pancras takes one hour.
For the Inns of Court School of Law you can take the Piccadilly line from Heathrow Airport directly to Holborn station.
From London City Airport, take the DLR to Bank and then change for the Northern Line. Express coach services also run to Liverpool Street station.
From Stansted Airport, take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street station. Trains run every 15 minutes and the journey takes about 45 minutes.
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