Getting to Norwich
Getting to Norwich is made easy with its excellent road links, bus routes, regular train services and Norwich International Airport close by, just 2 hours from London you are only one and a half hours from Stansted airport and with 3 flights daily to Amsterdam, you can connect to the rest of the world with ease.
Please follow the link for further information on all of the travel options available to you—http://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/explore/Norwich-travel.aspx
Norwich is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in Europe. It is ranked in the Top 10 shopping cities in the UK and as well as being a hotbed for the arts, culture, music, nightlife, and tourism. Full of stunning historical architecture, Norwich has Norman Cathedral and a 12th Century Castle, as well as an open-air market, quirky independent shops, restaurants, cinemas, galleries, theatres, cafés, bars, pubs, clubs and is also close to the Norfolk coast & The Norfolk Broads.
The city's medieval centre of cobbled streets remains largely intact, but there is still space for modern buildings such as the Forum, a stunning piece of contemporary architecture. Its glass front overlooks the colourful six-day market and reflects the city in all its diversity.
Norwich has always been a great place for a night out (recently named the second safest city in the UK for a night out) with stylish café bars, pubs, clubs, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, nightclubs, concerts, exhibitions and festivals. Whether you're into alternative comedy, classical music, top West End musicals or independent films and music, Norwich, with its plethora of arts venues and year long programme of entertainment, will always have something for you. It is also reassuring to know, that Norwich is in the county with the lowest crime rate in the whole of England.
For any further information on Norwich and its surrounding areas please visit http://www.visitnorfolk.co.uk/