Extensive choice of retail and leisure within walking distance
Fantastic connections by road, rail, bike and even water taxi
Compact enough to get around on foot, yet big enough to boast an exciting line-up of entertainment, Bristol has much to offer - year-round festivals, maritime history, award-winning cycle tracks, award-winning restaurants and stunning cityscapes.
Be it permanent or pop-up, there are a range of cafés and restaurants within close proximity. You can take a waterside walk to green parks or shopping centres.
You are directly on the Bristol to Bath cycle path and 5 minutes walk from the railway platform. Bristol's two principal railway stations provide regular direct services to London Paddington, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and the South West.
Bristol is only 4 miles from the M4/M5 intersection, while the M48 motorway and Second Severn Crossing provide road communications with Cardiff and South Wales.
Bristol International Airport lies 8 miles south of the city centre with a dedicated coach link, offering flights to 114 destinations throughout Europe - including Spain, Italy, Germany, France and The Netherlands - as well as the United States.
5 Bristol Temple Meads Station
5 mins walk from 2 Glass Wharf
8 Bristol Airport
8 miles from 2 Glass Wharf
1 The UK’s first Cycling City,
one of Europe’s most bike-friendly destinations
|Walking (From 2 Glass Wharf)||Mins|
|Bristol Temple Meads Station||5|
|Train (from Bristol Temple Meads)||Mins|
|London Paddington||1hr 37|
(Train times to London will reduce by c20 minutes post electrification)
|ON THE BRISTOL/BATH CYCLE PATH|