Transport, parking and accessibility
Aylesbury is one of the original six national cycling towns and has a great network of cycle routes allowing you to cycle in to the town centre from a number of nearby areas and villages.
Once in the town centre you will find over 250 free cycle parking stands, including at The Exchange and University Campus Aylesbury Vale (close to the whizzfizzing action!), making it a quick, cheap, convenient and healthy travel option!
Aylesbury is easily accessible by car from other nearby towns and cities including Oxford, Bicester, Buckingham and High Wycombe.
Driving from the M25 – leave the motorway at junction 20 and take the A41 to Aylesbury & Hemel Hempstead. Follow signs to Aylesbury and, once in Aylesbury, to the town centre.
Driving from the M40 – leave the motorway at junction 8a and take the A418 to Aylesbury. Follow signs to Aylesbury and, once in Aylesbury, to the town centre.
Aylesbury railway station is on the Chiltern Railways line approximately 60 minutes from London Marylebone and easily accessible from High Wycombe, Haddenham & Thame Parkway in the south or Bicester North, Banbury and Birmingham to the north.