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All exhibitors and visitors to events at ExCeL can use the cable car for a discounted £2.50 single fare if you show your event pass to the Emirates Airline staff. The Emirates Air Line Cable Car is fully accessible for most wheelchairs and pushchairs, has step-free access and bicycles are welcome onboard.


Cycling and walking:


If you are planning to cycle then there are bike racks available at the venue. These are located near the east entrance, underneath the stairway connecting Level 0 to Level 1.


If you are planning to walk all or some of your route then please refer to the TFL Go app, which contains all the information for planning routes using the tube, along with cycling and walking routes across London. It is often quicker and more enjoyable to walk from a nearby station – for example, Canning Town underground station is approximately 20 minutes walking distance from ExCeL.


By Car:


From 25 October 2021, London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) now includes ExCeL London, so please CLICK HERE to check whether your vehicle is subject to a ULEZ charge.


ExCeL London has 2900 parking spaces across three car parks: The Orange (under the venue), the Royal Victoria multi-storey, and East car park. Parking costs at a £20 flat fee for up to 24 hours for cars, transit vans and minibuses


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up to 3.5T. To find out the best Post Code to plan your journey via Sat Nav, and to book a car parking space in advance, visit the website below:


www.excel.london/visitor/getting-here/driving-and- parking


Extracurricular Activity


Each night when the show closes, the area around ExCeL holds many options for winding down or continuing vital business discussions over food and drink.


Either side of ExCeL you’ll find a Fox pub nearby: the Fox@ ExCeL on the West side, and the Fox@Connaught a short walk from the East entrance on Lynx Way, both of which have great atmospheres and serve a selection of British food and drinks.


There are a number of restaurants close to ExCeL including the China Palace, Yi-Ban, Tapa Tapa, Med Grill and Zero Sette, but you can find more options further down the Western Gateway (from ExCeL’s West entrance).


For even more variety, it’s worth a short hop on the DLR to get closer to Canary Wharf, where you can find all manner of venues suitable for your tastes. And for the more adventurous (or those who don’t visit the capital very often), it might be worth taking the DLR further into Central London to find more exotic and interesting spots to enjoy.


No matter where you choose to go, however, be sure to book your tables in advance.


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