Situated on the M4 and M5, Bristol is easily accessable from the Midlands, the South West, South Wales, Reading Swindon, Oxford & London.
To give you an idea of how accessable Bristol is, below are the distances to several locations around the UK;
Swindon: 40 miles
London: 119 miles
Oxford: 85 miles
Southampton: 105 miles
Gloucester: 36 miles
Birmingham: 90 miles
Cardiff: 43 miles
Reading: 82 miles
Exeter: 82 miles
Plymouth: 120 miles
Manchester: 169 miles
The vast majaroity of these are less than 90 minutes drive!
There is a limited amount of on street parking around Old Market, although we recommend using the Cabot Circus Car Park or one of the NCP car parks nearby.
Bristol Temple Meads is situated right in the heart of the city and is just a few minutes walk from Cabot Circus and Old Market.
First Great Western run services from London Paddington, Reading & Swindon every 15 minutes, along with half hourly services from Cardiff (via Bristol Parkway), Exeter and Southampton.
Cross Country run services from Birmingham and Cheltenham Spa every 30 minutes, along with hourly services from Plymouth, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
South West Trains also run semi regular services from London Waterloo, however, you can book tickets for as little as £1 each way using MegaTrain
National Express provides services from all over the country into Bristol Coach station, which is located a few minutes walk from Old Market.
Megabus operate services to Bristol from all over the UK, these services arrive and depart from Colston Hall in the City Centre, which is a short walk from Old Market.