- Head straight to our spectator journey planner and let it do all the hard work for you.
- For general information on travelling around London and the UK during the Olympic Games, visit the Get Ahead of the Games website
- To plan a journey in London on days when you’re not going to a London 2012 sports event or ceremony, use the Transport for London website
From http://www.hillscourt.co.uk/accommodation.htm (image is just an example of a hotel bedroom – it isn’t the picture of one of the several Holiday Inns)
- You can find out more about accommodation during the London 2012 Games and search for accommodation near to venues on the Visit London website
- VisitBritain has over 37,000 places from across the UK listed in its accommodation directory. – VisitBritain website
- Holiday Inn is the official hotel provider of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
- Locations and details of accessible accommodation in all areas of London can be found on the Inclusive London website
- For information on accessible accommodation across the UK, go to the dedicated pages for disabled and elderly people on the VisitBritain website
- Thomas Cook is the official provider of short breaks and has a range of Games Breaks available including tickets, accommodation and other services. Find out more about short breaks at the Games
- If you’re not a UK resident, contact your local National Olympic Committee or Authorised Ticket Reseller about ticket and accommodation packages.
For the prohibited items list, please download the following document in .pdf form: http://www.london2012.com/mm/Document/Documents/General/01/25/44/06/Prohibitedandrestricteditemslists_Neutral.pdf
To download the London Sample 2012 Menu, please download the following .pdf document: http://www.london2012.com/mm/Document/Documents/General/01/25/68/39/SampleLondon2012menu_Neutral.pdf