University of Exeter

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Exeter University
(Exeter, Devon, England)

It is easy to get to and around Exeter. Students and visitors usually arrive either by air, by car, or by train.

Travel by Air

The main airport in the city is Exeter International Airport. This airport serves as many as 300,000 passengers every year and services most major international and local airlines. The airport is about 8 km / 5 miles from Exeter's centre. From the airport, travellers can take the A30 east, Junction 29, and M5 to reach downtown Exter.

Car Parking

The city's airport provides several parking terminals. These parking facilities charge after the first 20 minutes and can be used for short-term or long-term parking. Parking in the University of Exeter is extremely limited. The university encourages both its faculty and students to use public transport or to share vehicles.

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Travel by Trains and Rail

The nearest train station in Exeter is Exeter St Davids. This station is located in downtown Exeter and can be used to traverse the city or to link to other UK train stations such as Birmingham, Bristol, London Paddington, and Manchester.

Travel by Buses and Coachl

The university offers an inexpensive bus service that brings passengers to and from Falmouth and Penryn. Bus 56 and 56A Stagecoach can take passengers directly from Exeter International Airport to the city centre.

Travel by Taxi

Taxis can be found congregating outside airports, bus stations, and train stations. These are usually metered and can take travelers to nearby Exeter hotels and tourist destinations.

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