The Kent Event Centre in London is conveniently located near several public transportation routes, making it easy for visitors to get there. The closest routes are Routes 15, 42, 78, 100, 343 and RV1. Additionally, there are three train stations that are within walking distance of the centre: Wembley Park station, Wembley Stadium station and Wembley Central Station. All of these stations offer London Underground, London Overground and Greater Anglia services. National Express is the official coach travel provider for the Kent Event Centre and offers coach services from many locations in the UK.
The metro operates in fare zones 1 to 6, with zone 1 in the center and zone 6 outside. Moovit is a great app for public transport users to check schedules, routes and times to get to the Kent Event Centre. For those travelling from Heathrow Airport, the subway is the most economical way to get to Central London as it offers a direct link from all Heathrow terminals. There is also a five-minute “grace period” that allows visitors to leave their children to attend activities at the London Aquatic Center for free.
London has both suburban railways that link central London with its suburbs and fast trains that connect London to the rest of the country (and the world). The city is divided into nine tariff zones: zones 1 & 2 correspond to central London, and their number increases as you move away from the city. In most cases, trains in and out of London are separate from the Transport for London system, so for example, you can't use your Oyster card on most domestic rail services and you'll have to buy a different fare. When it comes to public transportation in London, the subway is by far the most popular option.