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Car rental Bristol Bristol is located in the southwest of Great Britain and was one of the most important cities in the Middle Ages. Bristol was a major trading city with a large port, which quickly gave Bristol great wealth. Even today you can still find traces of this time. However, the city has just recently been modernized, so tourists will find a good mix of historic and modern city. From Germany, the best way to travel is by plane. Because there is no direct connection since 2009, it takes about four hours to fly to Bristol. Most airlines make a stopover in Paris. Here you can inform yourself. After a rental car trip through Brussels also offers a connecting flight to Bristol. There are also cheap flights from Amsterdam. The Bristol International Airport is located 20 kilometers outside the city, so it makes sense to rent a car right at the airport to travel to its hotel. An alternative way to get there is via London, from where you can easily reach Bristol by train. Very worth seeing is the church of St. Mary Redcliffe, which was built at the beginning of the 14th century a fine example of England’s late medieval architecture. If you like old churches, you should also visit the Bristol Cathedral. It was created after several modifications from an Augustinian monastery from the 12th century. The Red Lodge represents the Elizabethan era. Especially the Great Oak Room with its classic paneling is worth seeing. Downtown is the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The 200-meter suspension bridge crosses the River Avon.
Modern Bristol is reflected in the “at-Bristol” urban project. It is perfect for tourists who want to get to know Bristol. “At-Bristol” consists of three different areas: Explore-at-Bristol is all about history and science in the city. Wildwalk-at-Bristol is especially recommended for animal lovers. It is a mixture of zoo, botanical garden and aquarium. Finally, you can visit the Theater-at-Bristol, a 3D cinema.
Not far from Bristol is the town of Bath. With the car you can reach it in half an hour. The city is very popular because of its thermal springs as a health resort. In addition, many buildings in Bath are still from the Celtic-Roman period. They are all very well preserved and are one of the main attractions of the city for tourists. The Jane Austen Center is recommended for literature lovers. For our French-speaking clients, this information is available separately on our website louer-bristol compare car rental