Bristol Paris Train
Bristol is the largest city in the south west of England. There are plenty of places to explore in this beautiful city. The suspension bridge, designed by Brunel, as was also the SS Great Britain that is displayed now in the docks after being reclaimed from the Falklands in the 70's, and is still being repaired but looks great. Well worth a visit. Some of the sights are quite unique, like the graffiti of local street artist Banksy and the restored Victorian ocean liner, Great Britain. Bristol also has a vibrant nightlife, exciting shopping, and a fascinating maritime heritage that is preserved and showcased in the lively Old Harbor area. A good time to plan a short break in Bristol is at the end of July when the popular Harbor Festival takes place, one of the largest free events in England with music on five stages, street theatre, markets and a fireworks display.//
Bristol to Paris By Eurostar
If you are planning your trip from Bristol to Paris, Eurostar trains are the best option. Now you can travel from Bristol to Paris with one price. Eurostar is the best option to travel due to the high speed of 186mph and stress free journey. Eurostar teamed up with several train operating companies to make your journey more comfortable. You don’t need to book your separate tickets from Nottingham to London St Pancras International station. The return fair will cost you around £89. The whole journey will take 5hr 06 min to reach Paris from Bristol
Bristol is a beautiful city in UK. Bristol is served by two train stations - BRI (Bristol Temple Meads) and BPW (Bristol Parkway. BRI has services to London Paddington and London Waterloo, Cardiff, The South Coast, Birmingham, Manchester and Scotland, while BPW has services to London Paddinton, Manchester, Piccadilly, Cardiff, Wales and Scotland and more. BRI also has hourly service to Weston Super Mare.
Bristol City Map