Regions, Ruins and Regeneration
I.S.T.R. 2018 / 1-2 June, University of Lincoln
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Travelling to Lincoln:
Lincoln is one of England’s heritage cities, home to one of Europe’s finest cathedrals and a 1215 Magna Carta set in a stunning visitor centre at Lincoln Castle. It offers a vibrant social scene, with many bars and restaurants, as well as independent shops lining Steep Hill and boat trips on the marina. Further information: https://www.visitlincoln.com/. It is approximately one hour on the train from Nottingham, and – if booked early – very cheap flights are available to its nearest international airport, East Midlands Airport. Direct transfers between East Midlands Airport and Lincoln can be arranged at affordable prices if travelling in a group.
Lincoln’s central location allows for easy access to a number of other international airports including Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport and Humberside Airport. Journey times from these airports to Lincoln can vary although typically take 2 to 3 hours. Lincoln railway station is a 10 minute walk from the University of Lincoln’s city Brayford Pool campus. There are also frequent rail connections to major cities around the UK including London, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leicester and Leeds, and Lincoln is also served by The National Express coach service.