New bus ticket offers unlimited travel across the county for a day

PUBLISHED: 19:10 10 July 2017

The Sea-Sider bus. Picture: First Eastern Counties Buses

The Sea-Sider bus. Picture: First Eastern Counties Buses

First Eastern Counties Buses

A new bus ticket will allow passengers to travel for an unlimited amount for one day across all First Eastern Counties services in and around Norwich and along the Norfolk and Suffolk coast during the summer season.

The Explorer ticked will cost £7.50 for adults and £5.50 for young people and £13 for a High5 Group ticket where up to five people, maximum of two adults, can travel together.

First Eastern Counties says the ticket can offer better value than travelling by car with the increasing coast of petrol and parking.

The Explorer tickets are also valid on the Seasider 3 service along Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile.

All tickets can be bought on the bus or through the First mTicket app.

For more information go to or go to a First Travel shop.

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