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Arrival to the Congress Venue
Arriving by plane
London is connected to the world by five airports. Together, they make the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. Before the Corona pandemic London airports handled a total of 177,054,819 million passengers. 14 domestic destinations and 396 international destinations are served from London.
Arriving by train
International train services from Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris operated by Eurostar and arrive at London St. Pancras station.
Expect a moderate spring climate in May with sunny as well as rainy days and temperature up to 18°C.
The official British currency is British Pound. Exchange of foreign currency is available at the airports, train stations, at most hotels, banks and exchange offices.
The Organizers cannot accept liability for injuries or losses of whatever nature incurred by participants, nor for loss of or damage to their luggage and/or personal belongings.
The official language of the Congress is English.
We recommend that all participants take out a personal travel and health insurance for their trip.
The Organizers cannot assume liability for any changes in the program due to external unforeseen circumstances.
Cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices are not permitted in the session rooms. Any recording/documentation of sessions is strictly forbidden.
As in all major cities and congress venues, people should take care of their personal belongings. It is not advised to wear your congress badge outside the EuroELSO Congress activities.
While entering the congress venue please have your handbag, bag, backpack etc. ready for inspection by security officers.
Smoking is not allowed at the venue; the meeting is a non-smoking event.
For residents of the European Union it is possible to enter the UK without a visa. However the entry formalities for UK vary accordingly to the country of origin. A letter of invitation can be issued by the congress and registration office.