Flights to Bristol

Discover Bristol: The Heart of South West England

Cuisine, Culture, Nature

Bristol is the most crowded and the liveliest city in South West England. Mixing its robust art and culture scene with its preserved history and heritage, it is a UK metropolis waiting to be discovered and enjoyed. Explore Corendon Airlines' affordable and flexible Bristol flights and immediately book your flight to this magical city.

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The most populous city in South West England / Situated on the River Avon


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Summers are warm and partly cloudy; winters are long, cold and windy

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Explore street art, enjoy sightseeing, relax on gardens and parks

UK Bristol can offer a lot of things for each and every taste. It is a city with a rich cultural and historical heritage. With its urban culture, local food, arts, and cultural scene, Bristol achieves to be a lively city with a special atmosphere and soul. Search Corendon Airlines for the most suitable flights to Bristol now and discover this beautiful city.

What is Bristol Best Known for?

Discover things to do in Bristol born out of the city's rich cultural heritage and lively, creative spirit. Bristol has something to offer for everyone. To experience this magical city for yourself, make sure to book the next flight to Bristol from Corendon Airlines and start your journey.

  • Cuisine
  • Culture
  • Nature

Bristol Cuisine

Bristol Cuisine Bubble and Squeak
Bristol Cuisine Bubble and Squeak

Bubble and Squeak

This is a traditional dish consisting of potatoes and green vegetables. The combination of those vegetables is mashed together, fried, and served alongside cold meats traditionally. According to some, the dish's name comes from the noises it makes while frying in the pan. It is a delight to be enjoyed during your stay in Bristol and found in most Bristol restaurants.

Bristol Culture

Bristol Culture Bristol Cathedral
Bristol Culture Bristol Cathedral

Bristol Cathedral

Bristol Cathedral is the Church of England cathedral founded in 1140, and a bigger part of it was rebuilt during the 14th century. It is one of the country's greatest medieval churches with large, stained-glass, gothic windows and lofty, vaulted ceilings. The church is a wonder with its 90-meter height and a must-see Bristol sightseeing spot for history enthusiasts.

Bristol Culture Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Bristol Culture Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

The Bristol Museum is a pretty big museum and gallery situated about 1 km from the city center. It has many dedicated collections, including geology, Eastern art, Bristol history, archaeology, and natural history. The art gallery contains works from all periods, including both local and international artists. The beautiful building and the collections are waiting to be seen by visitors, especially those who are into arts & culture.

Bristol Culture Cabot Tower
Bristol Culture Cabot Tower

Cabot Tower

The 32m high tower is located in Brandon Hill Park. It was built in 1897 to celebrate John Cabot's voyage from Bristol to North America 400 years earlier. Visitors can climb via its spiral staircase and enjoy some magnificent city views. While visiting the tower, remember to enjoy Brandon Hill Park, the oldest park in Bristol. It has several gardens, a calming pond, and a stunning butterfly garden.

Bristol Culture Clifton Suspension Bridge
Bristol Culture Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge is the city's most famous landmark probably. The magnificent bridge overlooks the river Avon. It was originally designed for horse-drawn traffic in 1864, and today, it is open to car traffic and offers a scenic drive to visitors. The bridge is free to walk, and its visitor center is free to visit. It offers spellbinding views, especially in autumn. You can easily reach any one of these tourist-packed destinations by searching Corendon Airlines' cheap flights to Bristol.

Bristol Nature

Bristol Nature Clifton Down
Bristol Nature Clifton Down

Clifton Down

It is an area of open, public space in Bristol, north of the village of Clifton. It is a part of the larger area known as the Downs with its neighbor Durdham Down. It is a massive green area helping the locals and the visitors feel away from the noise and the hustle of the crowded city center. It must be on the holiday list of nature and sports lovers specifically.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bristol

Is Bristol, UK, worth visiting?

Yes, Bristol is worth visiting with its rich historical and cultural heritage. It is also a lively, modern city with a lot to offer.

How many days are sufficient for a typical Bristol holiday?

When planning a holiday to Bristol, make sure to spare at least three days to explore the city to the fullest.

What is Bristol famous for?

Bristol is most famous for its graffiti art, green spaces, and Clifton Suspension Bridge.

How far away is London from Bristol?

You can enjoy a day's trip from London to Bristol or vice versa. The train journey between these two cities is about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Bristol flight ticket

Cheapest flight ticket Airport Flight duration Cheapest date
Antalya → Bristol
flight ticket: 61.17 EUR
Bristol Airport 2 hr 30 min 03 Jul 2024

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Bristol Transportation

Bristol has a reliable transportation system with many vehicle options: buses, metro buses, trains, boats, and taxis. It is easy to travel inside the city by bus and train. A fairly new type of transportation for the town, the Metrobus offers a faster, more frequent service with direct routes to some key destinations. Boats can be used both for sightseeing and as a great transportation option for the places along the harborside.

Bristol Accommodation

Bristol has accommodation options for every taste, preference, and budget: luxury hotels, boutique hotels, guesthouses, bed & breakfasts, lodgings, campsites, and much more. You can find exactly what you are looking for by making your reservation as early as possible. You can enjoy the lively city center with urban options or relax in the countryside with more rural Bristol hotels and alternatives. Don't forget to check out Corendon Airlines' hotel options to find accommodation suitable for your taste and preferences.

Bristol Weather

In Bristol, summers are mostly warm and partly cloudy, while winters are pretty long, cold, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature varies from 3 degrees Celsius and 22 degrees Celsius. While the hottest month is July, the coldest one is February. Make sure to check the weather in Bristol first before packing up your holiday suitcase.

10 C Scattered Clouds
TODAY May 21, Tue
  • May 22, Wed 13 Light Rain
  • May 23, Thu 11 Overcast Clouds
  • May 24, Fri 13 Few Clouds
  • May 25, Sat 15 Overcast Clouds
  • May 26, Sun 11 Light Rain

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