Cambridge is around 50 minutes by train from London King's Cross station using the non-stop 'Cambridge Express' service (which runs twice an hour). Trains from London Liverpool Street station take slightly longer. The Eurostar service from Paris takes just over two hours and arrives into central London at St Pancras International station, which is just across the road from King's Cross and the direct train service to Cambridge.
Cambridge Judge Business School is a ten-minute taxi ride from the rail station and taxis can be found outside the station entrance.
From the south, leave the M11 at Junction 11. This exit road will eventually become Trumpington Street. Cambridge Judge Business School is located on the right-hand side, shortly after two mini-roundabouts, facing the Fitzwilliam Museum.
From the north, leave the A1 at the A14 (Junction 14). Continue on the M11, and exit at Junction 12 onto the A603. Follow the A603 into Cambridge, and at the roundabout at Newnham Road, take the 2nd exit onto the A1134 (Fen Causeway), then at the next roundabout take the first exit on Trumpington St. The School is located on the right-hand side, facing the Fitzwilliam Museum.
There is metered parking along Trumpington Street, or you may prefer to park at the Grand Arcade shopping centre's car park, which is just five minutes' walk from the School. If you are staying for longer than a few hours, we recommend that you use one of Cambridge's five park and ride sites, where a bus takes you from a site on the outskirts of Cambridge to the city centre bus station, which is less than 10 minutes' walk from the School.