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Air travel

Cheap rates for flights can be researched on Kayak, skyscanner.com and momondo.com, the latter offering great service for multi-city bookings. Canterbury is served by the London airports Heathrow (LHR), Gatwick (LGW), London Stansted (STN), London City (LCY), and Luton (LTN) through a range of train, tube, and shuttle links. See https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Nearby-Airports/Canterbury for information and pricing for connecting to and from several of these.
KLM flights from Amsterdam to Manston Airport in Kent are no longer running as the airport has closed.

Train travel

Train journeys from within the UK can be planned and booked through National Rail or saver services including thetrainline, raileasy, or redspottedhanky.

Train journeys from the continent (Brussels and Paris) aboard the Eurostar can be planned and booked here:
http://www.eurostar.com
Ashford International Station is a fifteen-minute train trip from Canterbury, and trains from London St Pancras International to Canterbury West Station take just under an hour.

Accommodation

On-campus accommodation will be available at Turing College, with pricing per night at £27.35 (single, standard B&B), £43.75 (single en-suite B&B), and £68.75 (double en-suite B&B). Booking for on-campus accommodation is offered when you register for the conference.

For hotels and B&Bs, see uk.hotels.com or booking.com, or seek private accommodations via Airbnb. We encourage early booking as Canterbury is a tourist destination, especially in the summer months.

Sharing accommodation

We have set up a Facebook page for those who wish to seek roommates:

https://www.facebook.com/CogFuturesRoommates/