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Getting Around

  1. By Bus
    Exploring the Isle of Man’s heritage attractions and glorious countryside during your visit is made easy with the Island’s extensive bus network.
  2. By Car Hire
    If you want to see the Island at your own pace, why not hire a car and take to the open roads?
  3. By Railway
    For a journey back in time, the Isle of Man’s Steam Railway, Manx Electric Railway and Snaefell Mountain Railway are a fun way to explore the Island’s impressive landscape and heritage sites.
  4. Tour Operators
    Let a travel expert plan or package your trip to the Isle of Man.
  5. By Coach
    Sit back, relax and enjoy the Island’s vibrant landscape and glorious views as you travel around the Isle of Man by coach.
  6. By Taxi
    Let someone else take the wheel and use the Isle of Man’s network of taxis to navigate your way seamlessly around the Island.
  7. Tours & Sightseeing
    Take a tour around the Island and discover the wonderful sites and attractions the Isle of Man has to offer.
  8. Visitor Information Points
    Make the most of your time on the Isle of Man by visiting one of the Island’s tourist information points to help you narrow down the key activities and attractions that you want to see and do.
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