Travel to Norfolk by road
Norfolk is well served by major roads, with the A11, A14 and A47 ideal for travelling from the North or Scotland. From the East or London, the A11, A12, A14 and M11 are the recommended routes.
Plan your journey via the AA Route Planner and see norfolk.police.uk/traffic-updates for live traffic updates.
Travel to Norfolk by train
Norwich is under a 2-hour train journey from London. Trains also run from Cambridge, with connections from the Midlands, the North and Scotland. Those travelling internationally can also travel to London via Eurostar, taking a Greater Anglia train to Norwich on arrival.
For train information, tickets and times, see nationalrail.co.uk or eurostar.com.
Travel to Norfolk by plane
Norwich International Airport is 4 miles from the city centre, served by flights from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Guernsey, Jersey and Manchester. You can also travel to Norfolk by plane from places such as Malaga, Tenerife and Amsterdam.
To find out more about routes and for tickets and prices, visit norwichairport.co.uk.
Travel to Norfolk by boat
Those visiting Norfolk from Europe can enjoy ferry travel from Amsterdam or Rotterdam, via Harwich.
To find out more about getting to Norfolk by ferry, visit ferries.co.uk.