There are numerous internal travel options for visitors to Norwich. Most travelers do opt to rent a car upon arrival in the area.  (More information about arrival in the area and car rental at the airport is available at .) Travelers will find that, generally, driving around the area is fairly easy, with standard driving rules and speed limits. Travelers can print out a map of all of the locations in Norwich for parking at .

Those who do not wish to rent a car during their visit to Norwich can make use of the lcoal bus and train services and taxi cabs.  Alternatively, enjoying the fresh air and heading out on foot or by bike is a great way to see the city and its surroundings. The local bus service is frequently used for getting around Norwich itself while local trains are often used by travelers seeking to get away from Norwich for day trips to nearby locations such as the coast or the Norfolk Broads. More information about the local bus services is available online at .  

Travelers can walk to various nearby locations and attractions, whilst cycling is a great way to get to more distant places. Bicycle rental is available and there are cycle paths throughout much of Norwich. The Norwich Cycle map features 5 routes which cross the city. The map costs £4.95 and is available from the Tourist Information Centre or alternatively a copy can be download

For more information about walking in and around Norwich visit

You can find Norwich walking directions and maps at