Getting Here

Norwich is only 117 miles from London, 64 miles from Cambridge, 60 miles from Colchester, 50 miles from Newmarket and 44 miles from Bury St Edmunds.


Planning your Journey

You can view ALL your travel options including, walking, cycling, car share and public transport at pushingaheadnorfolk.co.uk/journey-planner. You’ll also be able to see if you can save money and reduce your carbon footprint by car sharing.

 

By Rail

By rail Norwich can be reached in 1hr 50 mins from London Liverpool Street with Greater Anglia. Advance fares start at just £10 each way. There are also direct trains from Ipswich, Cambridge, Colchester, London, Nottingham and Peterborough.

Norwich Train Station is only a short walk from all the sights, shops and main city centre attractions.

Click here for more info including journey planning and booking tickets

 

By Bus

Norwich has 5 park and ride sites which are located conveniently close to the city centre, and they offer enhanced timetables for Light Switch-On and the festive period. Visit their website for more details.

There are also multiple bus routes into the city too, many of which offer day passes or group discounts.

Download Norwich timetables and plan your route here

 

By Bike

Why not beat the traffic and cycle into the city? Norwich has lots of designated cycle paths in and around the city, and cycle parking in the city centre. Visit the Norwich City Council website, where you’ll find a downloadable map of cycling routes, or visit Norwich Cycle Streets where you can plan your journey here by bike.

 

By Car

Norwich is easily accessible via the A47, M11/A11 and A140. There’s parking in the city at St Andrew’s, Rose Lane, St Giles and at the shopping centres (At Castle Mall, intu Chapelfield, and at John Lewis) .

Save money and help reduce congestion by sharing your journey into the city, either as a passenger or a driver. To find a match visit the Liftshare website.