36th European Workshop for Rheumatology Research

February 25 – 27, 2016
York, United Kingdom

Venue
 
Conference Center:
The Royal Hotel
Station Rd.
York, North Yorkshire YO24 1AA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1904 653681
Website: http://www.hotelroyalyork.co.uk


Accommodation:
Novotel York Centre
Fishergate
York
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 611660
Website: http://www.novotel.com
Park-Inn
North St,
York, North Yorkshire YO1 6JF
Tel: +44 1904 459988
Website: http://www.parkinn.co.uk/hotel-york

Hotel 53
53 Piccadilly,
York, North Yorkshire YO1 9PL
Tel: +44 1904 559000
Website: http://www.hotel53.com

All hotels within short walking distance to Conference Center.

With early registration, you may be able to choose a registration package including hotel. However, due to restriction in the number of room the City of York allowed us to block-book, the number of FULL-registration packages (conference, hotel, dinner) is limited. Despite the workshop being set outside half-term school holidays, we advise you to register early to beneficiate from full package as York is a highly desirable tourist destination. If you wish to book your hotel separately, please choose registration only package and see to the tourist board office in York for hotel.

http://www.visityork.org/book
http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotels-g186346-York_North_Yorkshire_England-Hotels.html
http://www.booking.com/

Discover the medieval city of York.

The ancient capital of Yorkshire is York, one of the great cities of the medieval world. Still encircled by its ancient walls, the city is dominated by the soaring pinnacles of York Minster, the finest Gothic church in northern Europe. From narrow streets, lively with chic cafes and specialist shops, to trips on its tree-lined river, York is a treasure house with a superb choice of museums and galleries. York is one of the world's most fascinating cities with surviving evidence from the different cultures that have ruled the area.

How To Get Here

Rail Travel:
Getting to York by train is easy and great value too. From London the Journey time is under two hours; Edinburgh is only two and a half hours from York and there are direct services from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and the South West. You can obtain further details about rail travel from the following website http://www.thetrainline.com or you can plan your journey with National Rail journey planner.

Travel by Air:
York is in easy travelling distance of 2 international airports - Leeds/Bradford and Manchester.
Leeds/Bradford: York is easy to get to from Leeds Bradford International Airport. All you have to do is take the 757 bus from Leeds-Bradford airport and go to the Leeds train station where you can find frequent Transpennine trains to York (every 30-60 minutes).
Manchester: From Manchester International Airport itself, frequent Transpennine trains provide York with direct round the clock links (every 30-60 minutes). Link to map

Travel by Car:
Situated midway between Edinburgh and London, just 20 minutes from the M1/M62 motorway network, York is within comfortable driving times of most regions in the UK. To make your trip to York even more convenient, five Park & Ride sites currently operate in York. They allow you to travel to York by car, park for free in secure car parks and complete your journey into the city centre by bus. There is also a convenient commuter car park close to all major attractions and transport links. For details of car parking in York, please see the City of York Council website.

Travel by Ferry via Kingston-upon-Hull:
For European visitors, York is only one hour from the P&O Sea Ferries terminal at Kingston-upon-Hull with daily sailings to Holland and Belgium. Jim Bell Coaches offer a daily connecting bus service from the port to Hull (+44 (0)1482 307572) which gives good travel details to York.

Travel details can also be found on the City of York Council website: http://www.visityork.org/media/travel