Train to Ipswich
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Situated in Suffolk in the East of England, Ipswich is a medieval town full of history as well as having two modern shopping centres and stylish bars and restaurants on the waterfront.
Train To Ipswich
A train to Ipswich will take you to the heart of the National Express East Anglia network with great links from London, Essex and Norfolk. A train to Ipswich will take you to Ipswich station located south of the river in the city centre, alight here for Ipswich Town FC ground, and 'The Waterfront'. A train to Ipswich could also take you to Derby Road rail station in the eastern suburbs. A train to Ipswich from London will run from London Liverpool Street or Stratford (London) rail station.
Popular Trains To Ipswich
London (1h 14) 2 direct per hour
Norwich (37m) 2 direct per hour
Cambridge (1h20) 1 direct per hour
Peterborough (1h39) 1 direct every 2 hours
Nottingham (2h51) 1 per hour with a change
Birmingham (4h03) 1 per hour+change at Ely
Why Take The Train To Ipswich?
The town centre is full of history with St Stephens Church dating back to the 15th century, the medieval tower of St Lawrence Church rises proudly over the shops below. The Cornhill has been at the centre of life in Ipswich since the Anglo-Saxon Times for markets, meetings, fairs and ceremonies.
If you are looking for some retail therapy then the two malls, The Buttermarket Centre boasting over 280,000 square feet of shops and Tower Ramparts with its 2 floors including food hall to keep you busy for hours. If that is not enough then the attractive high street shops that wind around the town will surely tempt you.
Attractions in Ipswich
The ongoing development of 'The Waterfront' just a short walk from the town centre, allows visitors an array of restaurants, bars and hotels to visit for lunch, dinner and a room for the night.
Ipswich Town Football Club play their home games at Portman Road in the Championship. A former Premier league club they still attract an excellent following and hope to once again be rubbing shoulders with the football elite.