Abellio Greater Anglia and Visit East Anglia team up for brochure launch

A train on the East Suffolk line near Woodbridge.

A train on the East Suffolk line near Woodbridge. - Credit: citizenside.com

Regional train operator Abellio Greater Anglia and tourism body Visit East Anglia are teaming up to attract more visitors through travel offers

Four dedicated brochures, one each for the counties of Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, have been produced and will be available free of charge at railway stations.

The brochures, which are also available online at www.abelliogreateranglia.co.uk/daysout, contain a guide to the best destinations in each county for shopping, culture and heritage, restaurants, museums, zoos and attractions and the great outdoors.

Abellio Greater Anglia commercial director Andrew Camp said, “East Anglia is a fantastic place for a short break or holiday, whether you’re in search of a quiet get-away-from-it-all escape, a walking or cycling holiday, or a bustling city break brimming with culture, heritage and shopping.

“The fast, easy links by rail mean your break is truly relaxing from the moment you leave home and with the great range of money saving offers and Advance fares from Abellio Greater Anglia, visitors can enjoy a summer break for less.”

The four brochures are titled Discover Norfolk By Train, Discover Suffolk By Train, Discover Essex By Train and Discover Cambridge and Beyond By Train.

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