Bristol is easily accessible via the M5 and M4 motorways, a key cross-over junction of the UK’s motorway network where all points North, East, South and West converge, meaning that London and the South East, the South Coast, Exeter & the South West, Birmingham, Nottingham and the Midlands as well as Manchester are within a 2 hour non-stop journey time.
Coming from London, the South East, Cardiff, South Wales and the West take the M4, exit at Junction 19 – signposted Bristol (C) – and follow the M32 into the city centre.
Approaching from Exeter and the South West and Cornwall, on the M5, exit at Junction 18 and follow the A4 “Portway” (signpost Bristol Airport) into the city centre.
Heading to Bristol from the Midlands the North, North Wales and Scotland on the M5, when meeting the M4 interchange, follow signs for Bristol (C) and London, exit at Junction 19 and follow the M32 into the city centre.
The Old Market Quarter of town is near the end of the M32 motorway.
Key connections: Bristol is served by daily scheduled services with a number of destinations from England, Scotland (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness & Aberdeen), Ireland (Dublin, Belfast, Cork & Knock) and the Channel Islands.
In addition there are a large number of daily connections with key mainland European cities: Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid, Rome, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Munich, Milan, Barcelona, Warsaw and many more.Bristol Temple Meads is the main railway station for Bristol and is only a 15 minute walk from the Old Market Quarter of Bristol which is the location for many venues that will be to your interest.
Bristol Parkway is Bristol’s second railway station and is in the north of the city. You can catch trains to Bristol Temple Meads from here or take the No. 73 bus into the city centre.