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Yes Regrettably, no cars with trailers are permitted to use the meet and greet service at Bristol International Airport. Bristol Airport Parking The alternative is to use one of the London airports or Birmingham airport and travel on to Bristol by train, car or bus.
The most convenient are: Heathrow Airport is about two hours drive straight down the M4 westbound motorway. Alternatively the RailAir express bus service running every 20 minutes connects with the main London to Bristol rail service at Reading rail station; expect the total journey to take slightly over two hours.
Birmingham International is within quicker and cheaper reach of Bristol than London's two other airports, Gatwick and Stansted. By car it takes about 2 hours and you'll be avoiding the congestion-prone M Rail services connect Birmingham International to Bristol every 30 min at peak times with a change in Birmingham New Street.
The journey takes between two and two and a half hours.
Gatwick Airport is about three hours drive away via the M23 northboundM25 clockwise and M4 westbound motorways. Stansted Airport is about three hours drive away via the M11 southboundM25 anti-clockwise and M4 westbound motorways.
By train you will need to catch a Stansted Express train to London Liverpool Street station, the tube to London Paddington station, then follow the directions below; expect the total journey to take around Travel wise spans the globe and a half hours.
By train[ edit ] Bristol Temple Meads station is located approximately 15 minutes walk from the city centre and has regular inter-city and regional train services from BathBirminghamCardiffEdinburghExeterGlasgowLondonPlymouthSouthamptonSwansea and York.
It is the oldest, continuously and still operating train station in the world. Bristol has a second main railway station in Bristol Parkway, which is located several miles north of the city centre.
This station also has frequent services to many of the same locations as Temple Meads. From London, you can travel from London Paddington station. There are several direct trains an hour and the journey only takes 1 hour 45 minutes.
Train times from any location can be found on the National Rail Planner or by calling from anywhere in the UK. By bus[ edit ] National Express operate services to Marlborough St Coach station, located in the city centre, from cities throughout the UK including London.
The journey from London to Bristol takes about 2h30min. Tickets are much cheaper if booked in advance online. The journey to London takes about 30 min longer than by National Express. Megabus have expanded in and now offer direct services to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and Barnstaple amongst others.
Pay the driver on the coach or it is possible to book through Megabus See the website for stop locations. By car[ edit ] The M5 and M4 motorways intersect near Bristol and the M32, a motorway 'spur', brings traffic directly into the city centre. The M4 links London with Bristol with a driving time of less than two hours.
Maps[ edit ] Visit Bristol the official tourism website for Bristol has free maps of the city  for visitors. Distinctive blue A3 tourist maps which cover the city centre, the Harbourside and Clifton, are available for free from the Tourist Information Centre on the harbourside and also from locations such as libraries, shops, Temple Meads railway station, hotels and the YHA hostel.
Detailed maps for districts within the city such as Fishponds and Lockleazecycle, bus and a very detailed harbourside map are available from the City Council. On Foot[ edit ] Most locations in central Bristol the Harbourside and Old City areas are reasonable easily walkable, and there are plenty of attractive walking routes along the quaysides and in the pedestrianised central streets.
The main rail station Bristol Temple Meads is a little further about 15 mins walk but still accessible by harbourside walkways or by bus. Bristol walking directions can be planned online with the walkit.
Bike[ edit ] Bristol has plenty of bike paths and routes and is at the centre of the National Cycle Network .
Sustrans, which manages the network, is based in the city, and has a shop and information centre on College Green, next to the Marriott Hotel. The staff can provide information on cycle routes throughout the UK.
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