Transportation to the City of Nottingham:
Conveniently situated in the heart of central England and with excellent air, rail and road links, Nottingham is the epitome of a modern hub city.
Road: The proximity of major motorways, including the M1, A1, A52, A46 and M/A42, means the City is easily accessible by car and coach. And with more than 10,000 well-signed car park spaces in the city centre plus seven Park and Ride sites, you can arrive right in the heart of the action.
Rail: Speedy rail links run to Nottingham from throughout the UK including Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Central London. The Eurostar at St Pancras International takes you from Paris, Brussels and Lyon to Nottingham with daily services from the St Pancras hub.
Air: Serviced by three airports, Nottingham is easy to get from Scotland, Ireland and Europe’s major cities. Birmingham Airport efficiently connects Nottingham to 400 global destinations via transatlantic scheduled services, and Robin Hood Doncaster Airport is ideal for European access via the north of the county.
The most convenient International Airports is - Birmingham International Airport
By Coach (BUS)
Take a Coach form Birmingham Airport (also for the NEC)
COMET ROAD Birmingham Airport, Stop G (outside Terminal 1)
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NOTE for people wishing to visit the NEC: We recommend you use the free Air-Rail Link to transfer between the Airport and the NEC.
Take the free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system to Birmingham International Station.
The Air-Rail Link is free and operates between 05:15 and 02:00 daily
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From East Midlands Airport you can take the Skylink bus
Buses leave from outside the Airport Arrivals hall
Skylink is a 24-hour bus service from East Midlands Airport to Nottingham City Centre
Taxi rank is on the terminal forecourt
The cost of a single/one way journey is approximately £25