When you reach Sheffield you'll have no trouble getting around the city.
You can use the Stagecoach Supertram network or hop on a local bus - the network is vast with no corner of the city not reached.
Stagecoach Supertram: all trams are accessible, with regular stopping points throughout the city centre.
- The Meadowhall/Middlewood (yellow) route will take you to all the major sporting venues and Meadowhall, one of Europe's largest shopping malls.
- The Halfway/Malin Bridge (blue) route will take you to some of Sheffield's most interesting suburbs, one of Sheffield's oldest parks - Norfolk Heritage Park, and the historic Rivelin Valley.
There are clear route indicators on supertram stops and on each tram but if you have a question, or need assistance, just ask the on-board tram staff who will be happy to help. You can purchase a ticket for tram travel from the on-board staff - ask them for the most cost effective ticket if you're here for a day or a week!
Nearly all places of interest, hotels and attractions in Sheffield can be reached by public transport. To find out about all the local transport services, in and around Sheffield, the easiest starting point is the Travel South Yorkshire website or call the travel information service on 01709 515151.
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