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Travel information

Cambridge is easily accessible from all London airports and the St Pancras Eurostar terminal. Learn more about arranging your travel to Bell Cambridge.

Taxi transfer

For a smooth arrival, you can book an airport transfer with us to take you direct to the Bell Cambridge school. You can book this via the online booking form as part of your course reservation. Alternatively, you can contact our multilingual customer service team via:

Arranging your own travel

If you would like to arrange your own transfer, here is some further information:

Arriving by coach

Regular coaches run from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports to Cambridge city centre . Visit National Express for more information.

Arriving by train

There are regular trains from all major airports to London and a frequent service to Cambridge from London Liverpool Street station, London Kings Cross station and Stansted Airport. Please use the following links for more information:

If you are arriving by Eurostar, you can walk from St Pancras International to London Kings Cross (a 5 minute walk) and travel by train to Cambridge.

Getting around Cambridge

By bus

The bus stop for Bell is Addenbrooke’s Hospital and there is a regular service to the city centre.  A weekly Megarider ticket costs approximately £14 from the bus driver and you can use this as many times as you wish for 7 days on any Citi bus.

Visit for more information. Bus timetables are available in Reception and our student services team are here to help if you have any questions.

By bicyle

Cambridge is often known as the ‘city of cycling’ as many of its residents choose to cycle around the city. You can easily hire a bicycle during your stay. However, please only hire a bicycle if you are an experienced cyclist.

Read our guide to cycling in Cambridge

Hiring a bike

If you're staying with us for a short amount of time, you can easily hire a bike from Rutland Cycling.

Buying a bike

If you're here for a long course, it may be cheaper to purchase a bike:

  • Second-hand: You can find second-hand bikes for sale in local newspapers, such as the Cambridge News, or on websites such as Gumtree. Please be careful and make sure to see the bike before you agree to purchase it.
  • New: There are lots of bike shops in Cambridge, including: Rutland Cycling, Cycle King and Giant Cambridge.

Remember to also purchase a helmet and a good quality lock.

Staying safe when cycling


  • we drive on the left-hand side of the road
  • use cycle routes wherever possible
  • always wear a cycle helmet (it's not a legal requirement, but we highly recommend you wear a helmet)
  • take special care at roundabouts, road junctions and where cycle routes join a main road
  • watch out for other vehicles turning in front of you, especially large vehicles such as lorries and buses
  • always cycle in single file - one cyclist behind another
  • make sure the lights on your bicycle work and use them when it is dark – you can be fined by the Police if you do not do this!
  • if you think crossing the road is dangerous, get off your bicycle and push it across – always use the pedestrian crossing outside Bell to walk across
  • lock your bicycle and do not leave it at School overnight.

If you need any help with buying a bike or cycling in Cambridge, our student services team are here to advise you.