How to Get to Robinson College
The Universal Bus goes between Addenbrookes Hospital (now also via Cambridge train station) and Madingley Road Park and Ride every 15 minutes.
The fastest trains (the Cambridge Cruiser from King's Cross) takes only 48 minutes. Cross-country rail services link Cambridge with the Midlands and the North, via Birmingham.
National Bus / Coach Routes
There is a frequent express bus service between London and Cambridge and a coach service several times a day between Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports and Cambridge. Details can be obtained from National Express, telephone 0870 580 8080.
From the bus or train station
From the train station, Robinson College can be reached by taxi (10 minute journey) or by bus. The new Universal bus stops on Grange Road directly in front of the College.http://www.go-whippet.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/U-from-3-December-2016.pdf
From the bus station on Drummer Street and the bus stops on Emmanuel Street, the College is a 20-minute walk or a short taxi journey. Head into the city and aim for Market Square.Download our PDF for directions from here to the College.
From the National Express coach station on Parkside, it is a 30-minute walk to Robinson College or a short taxi journey. Head into the city and aim for Market Square.Download our PDF for directions from here to the College.
Travelling by Air
Cambridge Airport has some domestic services and facilities for charter flights. Stansted Airport is approximately 40 minutes by road from Cambridge and Gatwick and Heathrow Airports are about 1.5 - 2 hours by road from the College. Buses from all these airports run regularly into the City Centre. Trains run directly to Cambridge from Stansted (35 minutes) and via London from Heathrow and Gatwick. If you plan to take a taxi from any of the airports apart from Cambridge City, we strongly recommend that you arrange a taxi through a local Cambridge supplier - see below. Black cabs at the main airports are very likely to work out exceedingly expensive.
Taxis and Chauffeured Cars
For taxis and chauffeur driven car hire, please visit the Transport section link below:
Park & Ride
The Park & Ride is a better choice than wasting time in the city centre traffic jams. Have a look at their websitefor more details.