Travel Info

Bristol is a very accessible city, whether you’re travelling by car, train, bus or plane.

By plane: Bristol has its very own airport served by a number of airlines, and the A1 bus takes a mere 30mins to get into the city centre.

By car: Whichever direction you are coming from, travelling by car to Bristol is easy. You’ll most likely be arriving via the M32 or the A38 – both take you pretty much straight into the city centre. Parking can be a little tricky and the traffic system is not always logical, but with a bit of persistence you’ll get by just fine… Some areas have residents’ parking scheme, so check with your accommodation first.

By bus/train: Bristol is well-served by buses and trains – check on Trainline.

Have a look at this website to find out more: http://visitbristol.co.uk/about-bristol/travel-to-bristol

 

Food

Bristol has one of the best food scenes in the UK with many places proudly cooking with locally sourced and organic produce, so you can’t go too wrong no matter where you go out to eat! Here are a few centrally located recommendations from us, all of which have good vegetarian and/or vegan options.

For restorative breakfasts – Pinkman’s, The Boston Tea Party, The Better Food Company

For lunch – Your best bet is to hit the street food scene! Check out the Harbourside weekend market, St Nicholas’ covered market, or the recently rejuvenated foodie heaven that is Wapping Wharf. There are many other places – Bristol has a lot to offer… Ask us for more tips.

For dinner – by the Radnor Rooms, there are Franco Manca, Pho, Pata Negra, Pizza Express, Cosy Club, Pieminister, Glassboat Brasserie, Three Brothers Burgers
By the Bristol Improv Centre, there are the Cowshed, Burger Joint, Bento Boss, Lido Spa and Restaurant, Racks Bar&Kitchen, Al Bacio, Chilli Daddy, Wahaca, Cosmo, Wagamama.
By the Southville Centre on Sunday, try the North Street Standard, the Old Bookshop, Viva la Mexicana, or Bertha’s Pizza.

 

“The Bristolian” – Stokes Croft