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Travelling in London: Getting around Nottingham

Choosing a hotel that is ideally located in Nottingham's city centre, you are granted short commutes to the most fascinating and exciting sights in Nottingham.

Cycling around Nottingham
Nottingham has dedicated bike lanes around the city and Park Plaza Nottingham offers a secure bike rack. Find out more about cycling in Nottingham.

By Rail
Nottingham railway station is serviced by East Midlands Trains EastMidlandsTrains.co.uk who provide a direct route into London St Pancras in just over an hour and a half, as well as offering regional services linking towns and cities in the East Midlands, plus central and northern England, from Skegness, Norwich and Cambridge in the east, to Liverpool and Manchester in the west.

For more information visit NationalRail.co.uk

By Bus
For local bus timetables visit nctx.co.uk.

By Coach
Regular National Express coaches leave central London every hour. For more information about fares and journey details visit NationalRail.co.uk or call their dedicated booking line on +44871 781 8181 between 8am and 8pm.

By Air
East Midlands Airport East Midlands Airport serves more than 90 destinations. The airport is easily accessible from Nottingham by car via the A453 road, or by the skylink bus. Travelling to and from the airport by the skylink bus is very convenient. The bus departs from Nottingham every 30 minutes (hourly at night), seven days a week, with a journey time of between 35 - 40 minutes depending on traffic conditions. Please visit https://www.trentbarton.co.uk/services/skylinknottingham for further details.

Getting around Berlin by car

Nottingham is centrally located in the East Midlands, with the M1 and M42 motorways just a 25 minute drive away. National Car Parks are available throughout the compact city centre.

Sightseeing in Berlin by taxi

Hackney carriages are available around the city, or take a licensed private hire taxis.