Transport in the Isle of Man

Getting around

Whether you choose to hire a car, take a taxi, travel by bus or step back in time and hop aboard the Victorian rail networks, you’ll find it easy to get around the Isle of Man.

Taxis can also be found in the majority of the main towns and villages in the Island, or why not hire a car and take to the open roads?
The Isle of Man is well served by a variety of tour operators who are qualified to guide either on foot, by car or aboard coaches throughout the Island.
Or if you’d rather explore on your own accord, there’s an extensive bus network – Bus Vannin – that serves the whole Island on a regular basis including Ronaldsway Airport and the Sea Terminal in Douglas.
For a journey back in time, the Isle of Man’s heritage railways are a fun way to explore the Island’s impressive landscape and heritage sites in style by
using the services of the Steam Railway, Manx Electric Railway, Snaefell Mountain Railway, Douglas Horse Trams and buses.
Enjoy the views of the idyllic Manx Countryside, beautiful bays, and rugged coast, no matter which way you decide to travel around the Island.