If you're travelling in to Ipswich by car, Ipswich is easily accessible from London and the south (just 55 miles from the M25) via the A12 and from the Midlands and north via the A14. The town centre also has great value car parks when you get here.
Ipswich is well served by taxi companies. Click below for their contact details.
Ipswich benefits from great bus services, whether using a local company to move around the town and the local area, or travelling in via the conveniet Park & Ride services which operate every 10 minutes (Monday to Saturday, 7am to 7pm).
Ipswich is well served by National Express including four daily services from London and northern and western services, via Cambridge.
Trains from London Liverpool Street and Stratford reach Ipswich in around an hour. Northern and western services change at Peterborough for Ipswich.
Getting on your bike is one of the easiest and most pleasurable ways to see and explore Ipswich.
There's no better way to celebrate Suffolk's Year of Walking than getting on your feet and taking a wader around the area.
Ipswich has a wide range of places to stay from stunning boutique hotels to quirky B&Bs.
Search the big names and independents that make Ipswich a unique place to shop.
Explore the history of Ipswich as it opens its doors from 8 to 11 September.
If some of you are coming to the game but others would rather explore, there’s plenty to do for all of you.