You are responsible for your own meals and accommodations and travel arrangements.

Where should I sleep?

There are many hotels in the London area which are only a Google search away. We’d suggest securing accommodation sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.

Airbnb and VRBO are also good resources for finding affordable housing.

Getting around in London

London is a big city! The London Transit system is excellent, to plan your travel for either the Tube or the bus you can use this link,  London Public Transit . Depending on where you are coming from, both the Piccadilly line and the District line will bring you to the Hammersmith Station. The Re:Centre is just a 10-15 minute walk from that station.

Taxis are also available (Yellow London Taxi). Another great way to get around London is their public bike service. There is a Santander Bike rack right by the Re:Centre.

What’s there to do in London?

London is rich with history; Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Covent Gardens, Big Ben are all very special places to see and definitely worth the visit. If modern is more your thing there is something there for you too. The Tate Modern is a free gallery dedicated to modern and contemporary art.

There are a variety of galleries, shows in the Theatre District and some of the best restaurants in the western world here! A great way to see a lot of places at a discounted rate is to use The London Pass.