Bristol Transport and Travel Directions
The city is connected by the east-west axis along the M4 motorway with London to the east and Wales to the west. The M5 runs from north-southwest connecting Bristol to Birmingham and Exeter. M49 serves as a connecting road to M4 and M5. While the M32 connects the city centre to the M4.
Abus, Buglers, Eurotaxis, First Bus, Megabus, National Express, South Gloucestershire Bus & Coach, Stagecoach and Wessex Connect are the bus companies which offer services for commuting to parts of South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset and within the city of Bristol as well as to other parts of UK.
The Bristol International Airport connects to most of the destinations around Europe and North and Central America and some in Asia. It is conveniently connected with various transport options like buses, trains and hire cars available.
There is a ferry service run by Bristol Ferry Boat Co. which can be used for regular commuting in the city or for a leisurely travel around the city.
Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station
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