Norfolk is less than 2hrs away from London. With easy road links, excellent train services and an airport with international connections.
Traveling to Norfolk couldn’t be any easier…..and the information below will provide you with a summary of how to get to this glorious County.
Train: Greater Anglia trains leave London’s Liverpool Street Station every 30 minutes meaning you can be in the City of Norwich within 1hr 30 mins to to 1hr 50mins. Direct trains run from Cambridge (1hr 20mins), with connections via Peterborough to the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland. Most towns in Norfolk will have access to their own train station and information around this can be found here.
For all timetable enquiries for travel within Norfolk – rail, bus and internal flights – you can contact Traveline, tel +44 (0)870 608 2608 http://www.traveline.info
Air: Norwich International Airport is just 4 miles from Norwich city centre. Domestic services provide a link to Norwich from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Guernsey, Jersey and Manchester whilst over 1000 worldwide destinations are reached by connecting services at Amsterdam with KLM.
Car: For route planning information, check the AA, RAC or http://maps.google.co.uk/maps
Buses: Regular bus services run from all parts of the city throughout the daytime and evening. For advice and information on planning a journey visit www.travelineeastanglia.co.uk or call 0871 200 22 33. Or why not check travel info from your mobile? Go to www.mytraveline.mobi to find out when the next bus goes from your stop.
Sail from Holland: Stena Line‘s Dutchflyer Rail & Sail service provides city-to-city travel by rail and ferry from Amsterdam/Rotterdam to Norwich, via Harwich International. For a detailed UK timetable and fare information please contact National Rail Enquiries, tel +44 (0) 8457 484950.