The Supertram stops at regular points across the city. All trams are accessible, and stops include the station, the University, Sheffield Cathedral, and Shalesmoor (right by Kelham Island).
The yellow route will take you to all the major sporting venues and Meadowhall, one of Europe's largest shopping malls. Meanwhile the blue route will take you out to some of Sheffield's suburbs, as well as one of its oldest parks: Norfolk Heritage Park, and the historic Rivelin Valley. Hop on, and pay on board (the on-board staff will be happy to help you find your way or pick the most cost-effective ticket).
Sheffield’s bus network reaches far and wide, and offers the best option if you plan on exploring the city’s glorious back garden: the Peak District. Use Travel South Yorkshire's handy journey planner.
Sheffield city centre isn’t huge, making it ideal for exploring on foot.