The closest train station is Leicester Train Station and is roughly just over a mile to the King Power Stadium. Give yourself a good 45 minutes if walking.
There are street parking options in the surrounding areas but you are advised to arrive early as certain streets close completely closer to kick-off before re-opening at full-time.
Car parking at the ground can be pre-booked but will set you back a fair few quid. There are also quite a few Park & Ride options which includes free bus travel should you wish.
The Rutland & Derby Arms on Millstone Lane is a personal favourite of mine and breaks up the walk to the station nicely.
A bit further afield is the Black Horse at Aylestone which serves amazing food and is a short taxi ride to the ground. You'll struggle to find better customer service.
did you know
You've probably all heard or can remember the underdog story of Leicester City winning the Premier League in 2015/16 under Claudio Ranieri but their success story in the FA Cup isn't quite as impressive.
The Foxes hold the record for the most FA Cup final appearances without winning - they have lost in the final four times.