Exit the station and cross the road into the Riverside Complex. Follow the route alongside the river to the Novi Sad bridge (the white, pedestrian one) and continue along Wherry Road to the ground. The turnstiles for visiting fans are to the left, around towards the back of the stadium as you arrive. If you can ignore all the wonderful pubs and bars in the Riverside you should get there in around 5-10 mins on foot.
Follow the signs along the A47, heading towards Great Yarmouth. The signs will take you to the County Hall Car Park. From there it is a short walk to the ground. Just follow the masses. For disabled visitors there is a Park and Ride service to and from this car park to the stadium. The bus is adapted for wheelchairs. This service is for disabled fans only, as the car park is only about 15 minutes walk from the stadium.
Food & Drink
The Riverside Complex is an ideal place for getting refreshments with most bars offering matchday specials of a meal with a drink. The nearest ATM is on the right corner of Morrisons supermarket, as you look at the building. Morrisons also has a cafeteria, selling hot food.
This is large pub, and is a typical nando's type pub. The ale is quite good, and it's certainly less crowded than Squares. The food is also much better, with the usual Nando's style. Recommended for families looking for a quieter drink.
Riverside has many excellent cafes/bars but a little word of caution it is predominantly a area for home supporters and most of the bars there will not admit or serve fans in away colours.'
The Compleat Angler, which is by the river just over the roadbridge from the railway station (still around 5-10 minutes walk from the ground)'. This pub seems to have now taken over the mantle of the 'away fans pub'
Make a Day of it
Norwich is the capital city of the East of England and the centre of the Norfolk Broads. Many people choose to make a day of their visit, leaving the family to take in the city whilst fitting in the game. Norwich is a pedestrian-friendly city, the first British city to have pedestrian-only streets. There are plenty of hotels and b&bs to be found in and around the city, and if you are here overnight it is better to leave the car at your lodgings and take one of the regular and cheap buses into the city, as car parking is limited and expensive. As you would expect to find in any City.
There are plenty of shops; Norwich is the country's fifth most attractive shopping centre, and the best in East Anglia. The banks are mainly centred in the pedestrian only streets just off the city centre, along with all of the fast food chains and a huge variety of pubs and restaurants. The permanent city market has just been refurbished and has been put forward for a multitude of awards.