Located in the South West of England and well-known for its maritime heritage, Bristol is a dynamic city with very diversified culture. Its renovated historic harbour has many restaurants, bars and museums. Bristol also breathes creativity through street art, and many artists’ works can be seen throughout the city
Also famous for its music scene, Bristol has many festivals throughout the year, the Bristol Harbor Festival (celebrating the maritime heritage of the city), the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta (the largest annual hot-air-balloon gathering in Europe ) the Bristol Shakespeare Festival (an outdoor theatre festival).
Summer flight schedule 2020 is suspended until further notice
Travelling to and from Bristol Airport by bus is easy and convenient. Whether it’s into the city or out into the South West and Wales, there are plenty of good value and direct services available. More information www.bristolairport.co.uk
The Airport Flyer Express leaves up to every 10 minutes and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It takes around 30 minutes and drops you right outside the railway station, making it easy to connect with onward rail services across the UK. More information www.bristolairport.co.uk
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