Fox and Goose

Bridgwater Road Barrow Gurney, Bristol, BS48 3SL, United Kingdom
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Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by Serehe

Hi everyone !!

I would like to ask you for your help :-) I am traveling from Prague to Bristol in the end of May and would like to continue my journey to Plymouth. Please could you help me to find some suitable and cheap return transport from Bristol to Plymouth? My flight is reaching Bristol on 31.5. at 7:00 p.m.

Many thanks for your kind cooperation !!! Have a wonderful day !

With kind regards
Dana blazkova

RE: Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by thesubtleknife

Well, usually I'd suggest the coach but in this case there is not coach in the evening and anyway the fare is rather expensive. I think the best option really is the train. There are evening departures, the journey is quicker than by coach, and if you book in advance it even seems to be the cheapest option.

I WOULD book in advance though. It will be a lot cheaper than trying to buy a ticket on the day. Try http://www.thetrainline.co.uk

RE: RE: Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by caf86

There is also an organisation called liftshare where you can find people who intend to drive this route who you can pay for a lift. The website is http://www.liftshare.org/ Otherwise I'd take the train. Either way you'll have to find your way into Bristol centre from the Airport, to do this you can either get a taxi (a bit expensive) or there's a bus (about £5 I think.)

Enjoy!

Caz

RE: RE: Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by leics

www.nationalexpress.com for coach times and fares, www.nationalrail.co.uk for train times and fares. You can buy train tickets from the trainline.com (and sometimes buying in advance is cheaper, but not always), but it's not essential.

RE: RE: Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by aaaarrgh

The railway between Exeter and Plymouth is some of the prettiest in the UK, running around the coast. But, by the time you get there, you will need noght-vision goggles ;-)

RE: RE: RE: Transport from Bristol to Plymouth

by thesubtleknife

Buying tran tickets in advance: £27.00.
Buying train tickets on the day: £41.00, £85.00 if you can't get a saver ticket.
Seems pretty essential to me to book in advance.
Don't bother with National Express. They are cheaper for some journeys but in this case it's about £50.00.

Oh and it's probably cheaper to buy 2 single train tickets, not a return.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Llandogger Trow is a extremely...

by greebo

Llandogger Trow is a extremely old pub and has had many dark rumours attached to it. It has been suggested that slaves were brought from the ships and through the cellars of the pub. It is reputed to be haunted by a little boy.

Bristol has been dedicated as...

by greebo

Bristol has been dedicated as part of the Sri Chinmoy Peace Blossom project joining other communities around the world to promote peace. Bristol was chosen as a peace city due to our open mindedness and tolerance towards other nationalities and their cultures and beliefs that now make up the multi cultural city that is Bristol.

Stanton Drew Stone Circle. A...

by greebo

Stanton Drew Stone Circle. A little known stone circle which actually consists of 3 circles. Now on private land there £1 entrance fee and to get to the circles you have to cross farmland. I believe that an episode of Dr Who was filmed there. The stone circle is now finally being investigated by the scientific world. When I visited it as a teenager my family and I walked across a field full of cows. On the way back we noticed a cow staring at us in an unfriendly manner then we noticed the horns, it was a large and annoyed bull, I dont think I have ever leaped across a barbed wire fence so quickly. The stone circle is believed to be older than Stonehenge and consists of three circles. The stones are volcanic rock pitted with holes and you can see where other rock types have been melted into the lava. I suspected that they were quarried locally as the area was volcanic thousands of years ago.

By Train

by KennetRose

Temple Meads station is a major hub and is actually one of the more pleasant stations on the UK rail network, since it hasn't been modernised to death but still manages to be clean and reasonably comfortable (though the concourse area is tiny and horribly cramped). Isambard Brunel, being too clever by half as usual, designed the station as part of a grand plan to get people from London to New York by Great Western train and steamship, and placed it on marshland outside the city. It's still remote from anywhere you might want to go, even though a big effort has been made in recent years to bring commercial activity to the station through the admittedly impressive Temple Quay development.

Bristol Parkway station isn't in Bristol but at Stoke Gifford to the north. It serves trains from London to South Wales. Be careful not to be fooled into using it for a visit to the city, because it's a long and awkward bus ride into the centre.

You will be spoilt for choice...

by gabriellefox

You will be spoilt for choice on the Harbourside
Relaxing by the river. Although Bristol has a strong maritime heritage, since the Harbourside’s recent overhaul this area is now better known for its trendy bars and restaurants. A quick way to get to know the area is to take a tour on one of the many ferryboats.

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Address: Bridgwater Road Barrow Gurney, Bristol, BS48 3SL, United Kingdom