1. Twickenham is approximately 11 miles from London Heathrow, 25 miles from London City and 30 miles from London Gatwick.
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  2. From Heathrow take the tube, changing at Acton Town onto the District line heading east. Change at Turnham Green for the District service to Richmond
  3. Travel by train The nearest train station is Twickenham main line which is a short walk from the stadium. Turn right out of the station to the roundabout, down Whitten Road and carry straight on across the A316. The stadium is right in front of you.
  4. Regular trains run to Twickenham from London, Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Reading, Ascot and Windor and Eton Riverside.
  5. Travel by underground The nearest Underground station is Richmond, which is on the district line, Richmond is approximately two miles from Twickenham Stadium.
  6. Travel by car Turn off Chertsey Road, A316, and turn left into WHitton Road, B361, or straight across into Rugby Road.Note: Car parking is extremely limited all aound the Twickenham area and on match days spectators are advised to use other means of transport wherever possible.
  7. One way round it of course is to stay nearby, we found a really good Bed & Breakfast in Henley-On-Thames right on the river run by Carol Hill, her email address is fivenewstreet@aol.com is you want more information.
  8. Travel by bus The buses 281 and H22 both have regular services which pass close to the ground and on international days the Rugby Special service runs from Richmond.
  9. Where to drink… The Sun and The Orange Tree in Richmond always have a good atmosphere before the game as does The Cabbage Patch on London Road. But for us the best stop of the day is the Roebuck on top of Richmond Hill, good beer and good food and far enough (but close enough) to miss the main crowds.
  10. You can get a beer in the ground, but note: the bars are shut after the game, which we reckoned was a very poor show.