www.coe.int/brighton

 About the conference

Welcome

Programme/
Objectives

 
 Documents

Background documents

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

 
 Practical information

Registration Procedures

Interpretation/
Language

Conference Facilities

Accommodation

Transport

Arrivals and Departures

Visas

Contact Details

Security Arrangements

 
 General contact
 
 
High Level Conference on the Future
of the European Court of Human Rights

Brighton, United Kingdom, 18-20 April 2012

Transport

The most conveniently located airport is London Gatwick airport, with regular train services to Brighton taking approximately 35 minutes. Londonís main international airport is London Heathrow, and other conveniently located airports are at Stansted, Luton and London City. Delegates are asked to complete their travel arrangements on the registration form, and further advice about getting to the Brighton Conference will be placed on the website later.

Delegations are requested to make their own arrangements throughout their stay in the UK. Minibuses will however make regular trips between the train station and the Conference centre in the period when arrivals and departures will be expected. Delegations are encouraged to avoid using chauffeured vehicles for short trips within Brighton.

Missions wishing to hire additional chauffeured vehicles may want to contact www.travelhire.com

Tel: +44 (0) 208 380 4909