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The ‘Petit Train’ is a little tourist train that will take you on a ride around the town during the summer; the first stop is the Tourist Office but you can then jump on and off at various stops around the town.
Regular buses operate from the bus station locally and to other French towns and cities. The local bus service is run by Stradibus and if you are going to use the bus regularly, you can buy a book of tickets from the Café des Voyageurs (opposite the Tourist Office), reducing the cost of individual journeys by two thirds.
There are numerous taxis in Dieppe and these can be picked up from the taxi ranks or flagged down in the street.
The main SNCF train station is on Boulevard Clemenceau, a 500m walk from the port, from where you can get trains to Paris and other towns and cities in France. www.sncf.com
There is usually free parking along the seafront and by the fishing port of Dieppe, with parking meters elsewhere.