BLE 2012 takes place from October 16th to 18th at London’s Olympia – but where is it?
The address is as follows:
The nearest train station to London Olympia is Kensington (Olympia). It’s one stop from Shepherd’s Bush (Central line) or West Brompton (District line).
There is also a service from Earls Court on the District line on weekends, though trains run less frequently from there on weekends and during major events.
The London Olympia is next to the Kensington (Olympia) train station.
From the M1/A1/M11/A10/M4, take the A406 westbound onto the A4. Go over the Hammersmith Flyover and turn left onto the B317 (North End Road) before following signs.
From the A3/M3, follow signs for Central London. From Wandsworth Bridge, turn left onto New Kings Road, turn right onto Fulham High Street, which becomes Fulham Palace Road. At the Hammersmith roundabout turn right into Hammersmith Road.
If you’re coming from Putney Bridge, turn left onto Fulham Palace Road.
From the M2/M20/A2, follow signs to central London, take Blackfriars, London, Waterloo, Vauxhall, Southwark, Chelsea or Battersea Bridges, then turn left along Embankment and follow signs.
From the A12/A13 follow signs for Central London towards Tower or London Bridge. Do not cross the bridge, but continue along Embankment and follow signs instead.
You can get the following buses to London Olympia: 9 (from Aldwych to Hammersmith), 10 (from Kings Cross to Hammersmith), 27 (from Chalk Farm to Turnham Green), 28 (from Kensal Rise to Wandsworth), 49 (from White City to Clapham Junction) and 391 (from Fulham to Richmond).
The buses stop within very short walking distance of London Olympia.
Whether you’re flying into Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton or City Airport, you can take a train into London, then follow the steps listed above in the ‘By train’ section.
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