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Getting to ctrl alt del

Being in the centre of Cornwall’s city, Ctrl Alt Del is very accessible through various public transport options. 


Train: Truro sits on the mainline between London Paddington and Penzance with direct services from Plymouth and Edinburgh. The station is also served by the Night Riviera Sleeper - one of only two sleeper services in the UK - which runs six nights a week.


Bus: Truro is very well connected to the rest of Cornwall through the bus service. You can check out the network map here. 


While we would actively encourage green transport where possible, we know that for some the car or flights are the best option. 


Car: Truro has 9 car parks situated throughout the city and two park and ride routes that make it very easy to reach the city. Truro car parks can get very busy so park and ride routes are a great, cost effective option, with day tickets for as little as £2. A map of all Truro car parks can be found here. The closest car park to the venue is Garras Wharf Car Park. 


Electric Cars: Some hotels have electric car charging stations. If you are driving to the event for the day we recommend that you use one of the Park and Ride Car parks which have a large number of electric charging stations. The closest one is here.

Flights: For those travelling from further afield, Cornwall is now connected to the rest of the UK through Newquay Airport, which offers services all year round from London Gatwick, Manchester and Newcastle. Newquay airport can be reached by car from Truro in as little as 30 minutes. View upcoming flights here.

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