The city of Norwich, in the heart of Norfolk, is well served by local and regional buses, as well as several intercity buses. There are several direct buses to Norwich every day from London to Norwich, which depart every couple of hours and take about 3 hours to reach Norwich. Megabus run services from most corners of the country to Norwich, including direct services from Bristol and Cardiff. National Express also operates a number of direct buses, including the service from Cambridge to Norwich which runs up to 10 times each day.
Norwich Bus Station is located right in the heart of the old city centre between Queen's Road and Surrey Street. It's just a short 5-10 minute walk from the marketplace and The Castle Mall. The station building is closed at night, but there are some local, regional and national bus services running from the station into the small hours. Many buses also stop at Norwich International Airport, and a regular transfer service runs from the central bus station to the airport.
A Medieval city with a rich and interesting history, combined with a vibrant and cosmopolitan feel makes Norwich a great base for a short weekend trip. The city enjoys a prime location near the Broads National Park and the beautiful Norfolk coastline. Throughout its history, Norwich has been associated with art, literature and publishing, and a few years ago it even become England's first UNESCO City of Literature.
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