Norwich is one of the finest (and most beautiful) cities in the UK with incredible which boasts a wonderful mixture of heritage sites to incredible 21st century buildings. Come and fall in love with this fabulous City whilst enjoying all that the Norwich Film Festival has to offer.
Norwich is on the main line to London with frequent direct services taking 1 hour 45 mins or less from London Liverpool Street on Abellio Greater Anglia. Services via Cambridge travel into London King’s Cross on Abellio Greater Anglia/First Capital Connect.
Norwich is only 110 miles north of London and can reached easily by road. Driving to the City of Norwich can be achieved in just over 2 hours from London. Or alternatively there is frequent bus provision to the city and information can be found here:
Norwich International airport is located just 4 miles from the city centre with easy transport links via a regular bus service. In addition the airport offers access to an onsite taxi company (Norwich Airport Taxi Association) which ensures a prompt reliable service when arriving at the airport.
Things To Do
Visitors will find Norwich filled with a host of incredible sights including theatres, Cathedral’s, galleries, and even a Norman Castle. For more information about local attractions please see below:
There are a number of bus companies operating in the area, many offer day passes or group discounts.
Park & Ride
Norwich is surrounded by six Park & Ride schemes, located on major roads, making it the easiest and most affordable way to travel into Norwich by far.
There are several mutistorey and surface car parks within the city centre, including parking at the shopping centres and retail parks. Some city centre streets have short term parking bays with pay and display machines.