Discover the charming city of Norwich on a convenient hop-on hop-off tour aboard an open-top double decker

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City Sightseeing Norwich Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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Norwich Hop-on Hop-off Tour - 24h Ticket

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Hop On Hop Off Tours, Norwich

Discover the charming city of Norwich on a convenient hop-on hop-off tour aboard an open-top double decker. England’s most important city (after London) from the Medieval Ages to the Industrial Revolution, Norwich offers a wealth of historical and cultural monuments. Of particular note are the Norwich 12, a dozen buildings spanning Norman, Medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Modern eras that showcase the evolution of the city. It is also one of 11 worldwide Cities of Literature designated by the UN due to its significant contribution to the publishing world.

Hop-on hop-off buses of Norwich start from the central ✓Theatre Street (Norwich Market, City Hall, Forum, Assembly House, Guildhall, and Jarrolds store nearby), stopping at ✓Castle Meadow West side for the Castle, ✓Tombland for the 12th century Anglican Cathedral, St James Mill, St Andrews & Blackfriars Hall, and the preserved medieval street on Elm Hill, ✓Britannia Road for Mousehold Heath and Café Britannia on the former Barracks which is run by prisoners, ✓Norwich Station from where you can explore the Riverside Quarter with its entertainment and leisure centers, ✓King Street for Dragon Hall and St Julian’s Church and Shrine, ✓Castle Meadow East, ✓Bus Station for the Edwardian Surrey House with a Palladian façade, and ✓Cleveland Road for the neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral dedicated to St John the Baptist, and the Victorian Plantation Gardens.

Buses run from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm every hour, daily from March to September, and Tuesdays through Saturdays in October.