Bristol is one of the most easily accessible cities in the UK, with excellent road, rail & air links.
Bristol has a large international airport, with operators flying into Bristol from 125+ destinations. At the airport, travel to/from Bristol is quick and easy with a regular bus service, the Airport Flyer Express, which has two services into Bristol City Centre.
The A1 service at peak times operates every 10 minutes to key locations including Bristol Airport, Bristol Harbourside, Brunel's SS Great Britain, Wapping Wharf, Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Bus Station.
The A2 operates between Bristol Airport and Bristol city centre (Lewins Mead) via Bedminster every half hour between 3.30 am and midnight.
It only takes 30 minutes to reach the city centre. The Airport Flyer bus (A1) ticket also includes a connecting single journey within Bristol Inner Zone on any First Bus.
To find out more about travel from Bristol Airport head to the Bristol Airport website.
Tickets for travel on the Flyer, including onward rail journeys from Bristol Temple Meads, can be booked in advance online on Bristol Airport’s website or by using the Fast Ticket machine at the airport.
Bristol is ideally situated for road access from London as well as from the north and east of England, it being situated at the intersection of the M4 and M5 motorways.
Bristol Temple Meads railway station is the largest rail hub in the west of England, with direct services available from London, Scotland, Wales, Manchester and Birmingham. Travel to and from London Paddington and to destinations across the South of England, South West and South Wales with Great Western Railway (GWR). You can plan your journey, check timetables, book tickets and find out more at GWR.com
Bristol Parkway is located to the north of the city. Services run from Birmingham, Cardiff, Gloucester and London.