From LugRadio Live 2007
Travelling to Wolverhampton by car
Use Google maps to get directions to Fryer Street.
There are a number of car parks in central Wolverhampton. This include:
- Civic Car Park
- Broad Street Car Park
There is also park and ride available.
Travelling to Wolverhampton by coach
Wolverhampton and Birmingham are well connected by coaches. If you do travel to Birmingham, you can get a bus from Birmingham to Wolverhampton. See the Travel West Midlands website for bus timetables. You can also get the Metro between Birmingham and Wolverhampton.
Visit the National Express website for coach plans.
Travelling to Wolverhampton by train
LUGRadio Live 2007 is a five minute walk from Wolverhampton train station.
Wolverhampton itself is well-connected by train. See Qjump or a similar train service to get tickets and times. See Seat61 for general train/ferry travel advice to/from other European countries. MoneySavingExpert has tips on finding cheap tickets from the UK.
Travelling to Wolverhampton by air
Air travel is increasingly expensive to use (thanks to increasing Air Passenger Duty and cheap airlines buying each other), but if you are based in Europe, getting to the UK can be very cheap indeed.
The best nearby airport is Birmingham International (BHX), which also has a railway station with a direct train from the airport to Wolverhampton. This train journey costs around £4 and takes about 20 minutes.
When flying to LUGRadio Live it may be much cheaper to fly to a London airport and take bus/train to get to Wolverhampton. The price difference can be as much as 2-4 lower priced airplane ticket. For instance Barcelona to Birmingham is around &250 roundtrip while a Barcelona to London trip might be found at around £100 roundtrip.
The London airport which gives you the shortest route is London Luton, which gives you a combined bus/train time of about 2,5 hours to get to Wolverhampton. If you choose this option, get the bus to Milton Keynes Central from Luton Airport and from Milton Keynes Virgin have trains going to Wolverhampton. The total bus/train price should be around £13 each way.
Thanks to Christian Schaller for tips about air travel.
Travelling to Wolverhampton by foot
Put your shoes on. Walk out of your front door. Keep walking until you reach LugRadio Live. Anyone who walks to LRL and doesn't live in Wolverhampton already qualifies for a concession ticket, as long as you tell us in advance!
Locations around Wolverhampton
(thanks to mrben for setting up the map!)