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Travel around London

All the information on where to find all the King’s buildings, including maps, tips and tools for travelling to and from our campuses, are on our campuses webpages. The Transport for London website provides details for getting around London, whether you are taking the Tube, a train, taxis, cycling or walking. Citymapper is another useful tool for finding your way around London.

King’s offers interest-free season ticket loans and cyclists can save on the cost of bike and safety equipment through the Cycle to Work scheme.

Airports and travel time to our Waterloo / Strand campuses

For daily commuting times see where to live on London’s commuter routes.


King’s is located close to major rail stations: Waterloo (for our Waterloo, Strand and St Thomas’ campuses), and London Bridge (for Guy’s Campus).

There are quick train links from London Bridge, Blackfriars and Victoria stations to our Denmark Hill Campus.

Travelling to King’s

National rail

Importing your own car

If you are bringing your car to the UK you’ll need to take certain steps immediately. You must also insure your vehicle before you drive it. Parking in London is often restricted so you should check that there will be somewhere to park your car when you are looking for accommodation.

Driving licence

To drive in the UK you may have to exchange your licence for a UK driver’s licence, or take a test to obtain a Great Britain issued licence. The rules depend on where you passed your driving test. You can normally drive on a foreign driver’s licence for 12 months, but you must check this.

How to exchange a foreign driving licence

The laws on child car seats.

Our campuses

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