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Venue location: The Shard, London
The Shard, 32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG
How to get here:
Rail and tube
The closest rail station to the Shard is London Bridge Station. London Underground and mainline Southern and Southeastern trains come into London Bridge Station, which is directly next to The Shard.
Northern Line - direct link to Kings Cross, Euston and St Pancras (Eurostar International) Stations and to all other London Underground lines.
Jubilee Line - provides direct links to Waterloo Station, the Docklands (including Canary Wharf), Stratford (London Olympics site) in the east and Bond Street in the west.
The Shard sits within London’s Congestion Charge zone. Visit the Transport for London website for more information.
Car parking facilities are available at the following sites:
- UCP, Ewer Street, off Great Suffolk Street, SE1 0UE - NCP, Kipling St, SE1 3RU - 46-50 Gainsford St, SE1 2NY - Just Park offers occasional private car parks to use.
London Bridge Station is just a 5-minute walk from Blackfriars, 15-minute walk across London Bridge from the City a pleasant 30-minute walk along the South Bank of the Thames from Waterloo Station.