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Bristol Travel Guide

Geetting to Bristol

It's easy to get to Bristol, you will find many ways how to get to the city, there are great road, rail, bus and air links.

By Air
Bristol International Airport is situated 8 miles south from the city centre, offers scheduled direct flights from across the UK, Europe and USA.

Bristol International Flyer in the only express coach link the airport with the city centre at Bristol railway Station. The journey takes around 30 minutes and you simply turn up and pay on the bus. Taxis are also available from outside the terminal building.

By Train
Bristol is well served by two main-line train stations; Temple Meads for the city centre and Bristol Parkway for the North of the City. Bristol Temple Meads is the main railway station, situated approximately 20 minutes walk from the city centre. 8 and 9 buses run frequently between Bristol Temple Meads Station and the city centre/Broadmead. Regular trains operate between Bristol Temple Meads and stations between London Paddington, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Penzance. Bristol Parkway station is situated in the north of the city. Bus no 73 runs regularly between Bristol Parkway and the centre of Bristol.

By Bus/Coach
Bristol Bus Station is situated on Marlborough Street, near Broadmead shopping centre.

National Express coach services operate from Bristol bus station to cities across the UK, including direct bus services to London Heathrow (approximately 2 hours) and Gatwick airport (approximately 31/2 hours)

London Flyer coaches run between Bristol and London.

Megabus operates from Bristol to London and Cwmbran.

By Car
Bristol is easily accessible from the M5 and M4 motorways. From the M4 exit at junction 19 (marked Bristol) and follow the M32 into the city centre.

From the M5 exit at junction 18 and follow the A4 Portway into the city centre.

Driving schools

Driving schools in Bristol

Driving schools teach driving, and road safety. In the driving schools directory you will find information about road safety, driving knowledge, vechicles and equipment. A driver training course, or hight-school driver education program approved by the provincial government can teach you the skills, and attitudes you need to be a safe, and responsible driver.

Traffic schools

Traffic schools in Bristol

Improve your driving skills and possibly get a ticket dismissed or your insurance premium reduced. Taking a traffic schools course can also earn you a discount on your car insurance premiums. And, of course, if your driving skills just need a tune up, you can sign up to improve your driving techniques.

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