The three-day showcase of gifts, food and drink goodies and craft workshops runs from Thursday, November 19 to Saturday, November 21 with doors opening at 10am.
So if you’re heading to the Docklands exhibition space, here are the best ways to do so.
Both Custom House and Prince Regent stations lie a couple of minutes walk from the venue.
If you’re heading for the west entrance, Custom House is your best bet, while Prince Regent is best for the ICC London entrance or eastern side.
Those heading in from West London face a pretty straightforward commute.
Just hop onto an eastbound train on the Jubilee Line and alight at Canning Town.
From there, switch services to the DLR and change onto a Beckton-bound service for two stops.
London City Airport lies operates the closest runway to the Excel.
Travellers should take the westbound DLR direct from the airport towards Canning Town.
There, they should switch services to the DLR and change onto a Beckton-bound service for two stops. the journey takes about 15 minutes.
The journey to the World Travel Market by car can be easily reached on route including the M25 and M11, the North Circular, A406 and the A13.
The Excel offers 3,070 parking spaces at a £15 flat tariff for up to 24 hours.
By cable car
Once at North Greenwich delegates can arrive in style on the Emirates Air Line.
The journey is available on Oyster and offers views across east London from the highest crossing on the Thames.