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Getting Around

Whether you choose to take the bus or ride a bike, hire a car or arrive in your own vehicle, getting around the island has never been easier.

Hiring a car will give you the most flexibility when it comes to getting around at your own pace. Visitors should be aware that the island has some unique traffic systems to adhere to and the maximum speed limit is 35mph. Alternatively, use Guernsey transport, there is an extensive bus service with routes that can take you anywhere you want to visit.

For a more leisurely approach, you can take to two wheels. There are cycle lanes around the east coast between St Peter Port and the Bridge, St Sampson's. If you want to venture off the beaten track, explore the more rural parishes and head for the narrow, leafy Ruette Tranquilles lanes which have a speed limit of just 15mph.

For those with limited mobility or in need of advice on accessibility, please see our Access Guide or contact the Guernsey Information Centre:  pdf icon Guernsey Access Guide [370kb]


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