There are 4 ways to get from Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge by bus, taxi, towncar or foot
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Bus • 24 min
$2 - $3
3 alternative options
Taxi • 5 min
$4 - $6
Uber • 5 min
$7 - $12
Walk • 32 min
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge is to bus which costs £1 - £3 and takes 24 min.
The quickest way to get from Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge is to taxi which costs £3 - £4 and takes 5 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Tyndall's Park, Queen's Road and arriving at Clifton, Percival Road. Services depart every 15 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 17 min.
The distance between Bristol and Clifton Suspension Bridge is 1 miles.
The best way to get from Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge without a car is to bus which takes 24 min and costs £1 - £3.
The bus from Tyndall's Park, Queen's Road to Clifton, Percival Road takes 17 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes.
Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge bus services, operated by First, depart from Tyndall's Park, Queen's Road station.
Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge bus services, operated by First, arrive at Clifton, Percival Road station.
There are 921+ hotels available in Clifton Suspension Bridge. Prices start at $76 USD per night.
What companies run services between Bristol, England and Clifton Suspension Bridge, England?
First operates a bus from Bristol to Clifton Suspension Bridge every 20 minutes. Tickets cost $2 - $3 and the journey takes 17 min. CT Plus also services this route hourly.
Bus from Tyndall's Park, Queen's Road to Clifton, Percival Road
- Ave. Duration
- 17 min
- Every 20 minutes
- Estimated price
- $2 - $3
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