Train Transfers To and From Bristol Airport

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Bristol International Airport Train Transfers

Trains from Bristol Airport are not available directly, but via the two main train stations in the city center. City buses as well as the Airport Flyer Express Link bus collect passengers from outside the terminal every 10 minutes and take them to Temple Mead and Bristol Parkway train stations as well as linking with the main bus terminal in Bristol.

Closest to the city center, Temple Mead train station provides high speed train links with London Paddington and via regional and local First Great Western and CrossCountry train services commuters and holidaymakers alike can reach North Somerset destinations. Train operator South West Trains provide limited services to London Waterloo station.

Bristol Parkway, the city's other main railway station is located in the north of the city. The station links Bristol with destinations such as Birmingham, Cardiff and London. City buses link the two train stations, allowing access to the airport via the Airport Flyer Express bus.

The Roman city of Bath is one of the greatest tourist attractions in the UK. From Bristol there are at least 5 trains per hour leaving for Bath. London Paddington leave every 30 minutes. Bristol Temple Mead also offers Cheltenham connections 3 times per hour, while there are just two trains per hour leaving for Cardiff in Wales. Cardiff has its own plethora of tourist attractions to offer, from the new Dr Who Experience to the brand new Roath Lock BBC studios, Cardiff Castle and Bute Park, the Millennium Center and the Stadium to the wonderful Cardiff Bay barrage and nature reserve in Cardiff Bay.

A trip to Bath Spa via the XPB Bristol Airport trains connection, which includes the Airport Flyer, will take just under an hour to complete. As there are no direct trains from Bristol Airport, the train enquiry line includes the Airport Flyer Express link in the ticket fare and travel time calculation, which is handy for travelers who need to catch a flight or have to go to an important meeting in North Somerset.

Thermae Bath Spa in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath Spa offers the chance to bathe in Britain's only naturally occurring thermal waters. Even the ancient Celts and Romans enjoyed the warm, mineral-rich springs on a cold day some 2,000 years ago and more! Travel-weary visitors can get various body treatments, massages and relaxation, while history buffs will probably head next door to the Roman Bath museum and the Pump Rooms, where Jane Austen and her famous creations took the waters and enjoyed a bit of gossip, too.

The Roman baths and temples are simply spectacular and worth the train journey, even if Bath Spa had no other attractions to offer! However, the town is so blessed with splendid architecture like the 18th century Royal Crescent or the Circus or Pulteney Bridge, it's hard to decide where to start!

The famous Longleat Safari Park is located roughly half-way between the town of Frome and Warminster on the A36. It's rather difficult getting there by public transport but it is possible to travel from Bristol to Bath and join excursion tours or taking a train from Bristol to Salisbury, a historic city worth a journey in its own right, and hire a car there or join a coach tour from the city to the Longleat Safari Park