PyData London 2019 will be hosted at the Tower Hotel, in central London.

Address: St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1LD (map below)

Accessibility

The conference will be held in the Tower Suite, on the first floor of the Tower Hotel.

The venue is fully wheelchair-accessible.

Other Accommodation Options

Tower Bridge and the Tower of London are a popular touristic destination, so there are plenty of accommodation options nearby, within a short walk from the venue.
Please check web-sites such as Hotels.com, Booking.com and Google Maps for hotels and B&B.
Please check Airbnb for rental houses and rooms.

Transport

The closest underground stations are Tower Hill (District and Circle Lines) and Tower Gateway (DLR)
A large number of buses stop near Tower Bridge.
See the Transport for London website for the most convenient route, and for information on week-end closures and real-time travel updates.

Directions from the airport

If you're travelling by plane, London is served by several airports, all well-connected with Central London.
Please check the National Rail web-site for information on train services, and the National Express web-site for information on coach services.
Some suggested routes:

  • From Heathrow Airport: Piccadilly Line towards Central London, then change at South Kensington for the District Line Eastbound which will take you to Tower Hill
  • From Gatwick Airport: train to Blackfriars Station, then change for the District Line Eastbound which will take you to Tower Hill
  • From Stansted Airport: train to Liverpool Street Station, then change for the Circle Line towards Tower Hill
  • From Luton Airport: train to Blackfriars Stations, then change for the District Line Eastbound which will take you to Tower Hill
  • From London City Airport: any DLR towards Central London, then change at Canning Town for a DLR train to Tower Gateway

Please be aware of week-end closures and plan ahead using the Transport for London web-site.

Things to see in the area

The conference is held nearby the iconic Tower Bridge and Tower of London. If you'd like to explore the area, we have prepared a small list of things to go visit:

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