Norwich is a city built for walking. But when you need to go further than your legs can carry you, catching the bus is one of the easiest ways to travel around the city and into the county. Head over to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia or walk The Boudicca Way from Caistor St Edmund. There are plenty of landmarks and iconic sights to reach using the bus.
If you’re here to sightsee then the City Sightseeing Bus is the option for you (Easter to October). Over 9 stops, enjoy commentary about the history of Norwich whilst travelling to some of the city’s most iconic sights. Jump off, take a look around, hop back on. Repeat.
The bus is a good choice for groups and families often with group tickets available. Another advantage is there’s no concern about parking. And if you fancy a spontaneous drink in a cosy city pub or market town drinking hole, well – you can! Local services are run by: Konect, First, Lynx.
Use the bus to visit one of the best cultural attractions in the county – the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Fancy a walk? Jump aboard to reach Caistor St Edmund where you can join the Boudicca Way – a magnificent example of Norfolk countryside. Looking for a seaside escape? Take the bus to the coast at Cromer and Great Yarmouth. Or if the Norfolk Broads is more your scene, why not catch the bus to Wroxham or Coltishall and spend the day by the water.
With ten different lines across 19 different routes, getting anywhere in Norwich or Norfolk from the city centre is easy.