Rye is situated on the A259 between Hastings to the west and Folkestone to the east and on the A268 from the north.
Visit www.theaa.co.uk for a detailed route planner to Rye from your starting destination. From London/M25, take the A21 or M20 and follow signs to Rye. Upon arrival, follow the signs to any one of the numerous car parks in town.
By Train Trains depart from London Charing Cross, London Bridge, St Pancras (High Speed Link) and Waterloo East (change at Ashford International for Rye) approx 1 hour 5 minutes. Trains also depart from London Victoria and Gatwick Airport (change at Hastings for Rye). Rail information: 08457 484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
By Bus Traveline (public transport information): 0871 200 2233.
By Coach Coaches are most welcome in Rye. (Avoid Deadman’s Lane). There is ample parking for coaches in a specially designated area adjacent to the station (TN31 7AB). There is also plenty of extra parking at Harbour Road call 01797 224778 for more details.
By Sea The Harbour of Rye is open to visiting boats. For more information contact the Harbour office: 01797 225225 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Air International flights into Gatwick (LGW). Flights also from Le Touquet, France and private planes into Lydd Aiport.
By Bicycle Rye can easily be reached using NCN Route 2. For further information contact Sustrans Information Line: 0845 113 0065 email email@example.com www.sustrans.org.uk or East Sussex County Council: 01273 482652, email firstname.lastname@example.org www.travelchoice.org/cycling.