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Car Park in Bristol

Parking Bristol
Bristol is a city in the southwest of England, located in the county of Bristol. With a population of around 470,000, Bristol is England's sixth largest city and one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities in the country.

The city is known for its maritime history, street art and vibrant music scene. Bristol is easily accessible by train from London, with direct journeys from Paddington and Temple Meads stations. The city also has an international airport, which serves destinations throughout Europe. Bristol is a multicultural city, with a diverse population made up of residents from the UK and other countries.

Park in Bristol

As with all major cities, parking can be difficult in Bristol. The city has several public car parks, but these can be expensive and fill up quickly during busy periods. It is recommended to use public transport to get to Bristol if possible. If you absolutely must park in town, be sure to check the parking restrictions and comply with the rules. To ensure a secure parking space and save on your trip, book the car park that best suits your needs in advance!

Going to Bristol

To get to Bristol, there are several options:

Getting to Bristol Airport

Bristol has its own international airport (BRS), with connections to several destinations in Europe and the UK. To get to the city center you will either have to take a taxi, take public transport or even have your own car. Depending on your means of transport, the trip will take about twenty minutes by car and almost 1 hour by bus.

Getting to Bristol by train

Bristol is easily accessible by train from London (around 2 hours). The city also has a main train station, Bristol Temple Meads, which serves several destinations across the UK.

Getting to Bristol by car or bus

Bristol is accessible via the M4 motorway from London or Cardiff. If you come from elsewhere, you can easily get there thanks to the national and small roads! Several bus companies offer connections to Bristol from different cities in the UK.

Where to go in Bristol ?

Bristol is a dynamic and cultural city that offers many attractions for visitors. Here are some of the must-see sites when visiting Bristol:

Visit the streets of Bristol and its neighborhoods

Bristol is divided into 34 different districts, but some of them are considered essential if you visit Bristol or live there: - The Clifton district: This elegant district is known for its beautiful Georgian houses and chic boutiques. It is also located close to Bristol Zoo.

Visit the sights of Bristol and its history

Bristol has many historical sites arranged around the city in many different locations. If you want to learn more about the city, these are the ideal places! It doesn't matter if you have children with you, whether you are in a group or alone, you can find your happiness in view of the many things that Bristol has to offer!

Limited traffic zone

CAZ Bristol

The city of Bristol has environmental restrictions on vehicle traffic. Bristol's Clean Air Zone is a Class D clean air zone restricted to heavily-polluting vehicles. The CAZ is only accessible to authorized vehicles, although you can apply for a temporary exemption. We suggest checking if your vehicle meets the requirements:

Remember: if your licence plate meets the conditions you can drive in the low-emission zone without restrictions or you can pay a tax for exemption.

Parkings in Bristol