Global Radiology CME is pleased to offer Imaging in England 2018 attendees a discount code with United Airlines :
Please enter Offer Code: ZE4A650130 when booking.
HOW TO GET TO OXFORD
From the Airport
The easiest and cheapest way to get to Oxford is to take a bus from the airport that goes to the city. Buses run by The Airline leave Heathrow approximately every 30 minutes, and Gatwick every hour, and are large, comfortable coaches which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They also have great WiFi!
From Heathrow, a one way ticket costs approximately £25 and takes approximately an hour and 20 minutes. Link to timetable here:
From Gatwick, a one way ticket costs approximately £28 and takes approximately 2 hours. Link to timetable here:
Stansted Airport is linked to Oxford by the National Express 757, which runs approximately every two hours.
A taxi from the airport to Oxford costs approximately £70 from Heathrow, and £110 from Gatwick, not including tip.
There are several companies that offer hire cars with fixed rates to get you to Oxford from the airport. These offer similar rates as the taxi. If you would like to book these cars in advance, so that someone is waiting at the airport for you, click on the names of the companies to visit their website.
Airport Direct +44-1865-452-832
CCB Airport Cars +44-1865-876-699
Oxicars +44-1865 875900
Oxfordshire Chauffeurs +44-7792-350-212
Oxford Airport Transfers +44-1865 377-775
Airport Pickups London +44-2086-887-744
The Oxford Tube and the X90 both leave London's Victoria Station every 12-20 minutes, making stops at Marble Arch, Baker Street, Notting Hill Gate, and Shepherd's Bush before heading to Oxford's Gloucester Green. Tickets cost £17 if you're returning the next day, or £20 if you're returning within 3 months. Travel time is approximately 100 minutes during off-peak times.
The Oxford Tube: +44-1865-772-250
Trains from London leave Paddington every half hour, costing around £20 for a single trip, and takes approximately one hour. For National Rail inquiries, call +44-8457-484-950 or visit their website. Note: cheap tickets can be purchased in advance for as little as £10 return.
Travel Visa Information:
You can apply for a Standard Visitor Visa if you want to visit the UK for a conference, meeting or training.
Please notify us if you have any dietary restrictions.
The currency in England is the British pound. International credit cards are accepted for payment in most hotels, restaurants and shops. Exchange offices and ATM's are available throughout the city and at the airport. We recommend that you change some money at the airport for immediate needs.
It is customary to leave 10-15% of the bill when dining out. However, restaurants often add on a service charge (usually 12.5%), especially if you're in a large group, so it's worth checking your bill if you don't want to tip twice.
The UK power supply is single phase 220 -240 volts at 50 Hertz. Most power sockets in the UK have three pins, and most work with Type G plugs. We will have charging stations available at the conference with 220 volt receptacles for Europe, UK, Asia, South Africa, and Australasia plugs. There will also be receptacles for 120 volt North American style plugs.
The meeting language is English.
MOBILE PHONE SERVICE:
Please check with your provider before entering the UK.
SAFETY AND HEALTH:
No vaccinations or additional health precautions are required.
Global Radiology CME does not accept liability for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are strongly advised to take out their own personal insurance policies in their country of origin.
CLIMATE & CLOTHING:
The average high temperature in Oxford in June is 66°F (19° C) during the day. We suggest you bring a jacket for the day and evening. Comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, hats, and suntan lotion are recommended for tours and outdoors activities.
The time in Oxford is GMT.