Finzels Reach is perfectly located in the heart of Bristol's vibrant city centre with a plethora of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars right on its doorstep, not to mention the quarter's very own weekly street food market.
Finzels Reach is very well connected to the rest of the city, with Bristol Temple Meads Station just 10 minutes’ walk away.
The Bristol Ferry, which picks up and drops off people at the landing stage at Castle Bridge, has 17 different stops along the Floating Harbour. These include Temple Meads Station, the city centre, Brunel’s SS Great Britain and Hotwells.
The Park & Ride, which stops right by Finzels Reach, offers an easy way of travelling into Bristol with all services providing convenient access to the centre. Meanwhile the MetroBus is coming soon with the services between 94 stops, including one just over Castle Bridge, due to start in 2018.
As the UK’s first cycling capital, Bristol has plenty of cycle paths and routes throughout the city, meaning hopping on a bike is always an option!
Bristol is one of the most easily accessible cities in the UK, with excellent road, rail, bus, coach and air links.
Its large international airport is connected to 125 different countries. Regular bus services run to the airport from Temple Meads.
Bristol Temple Meads is the largest rail hub in the west of England, with direct services available from London, Scotland, Wales, Manchester and Birmingham
At the intersection of the M4 and M5 motorways, Bristol is also ideally placed for road users. It offers simple access to and from London, as well as the north and east of England.
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GETTING THE FERRY FROM FINZELS REACH
Bristol Ferry provides a scheduled waterbus service around the Floating Harbour all year round. Ferries depart from Temple Meads station (the stop is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the station) and stop at Castle Bridge, providing easy access to Finzels Reach and Bristol’s Shopping Quarter.
Full details of the ferry route are on the Bristol Ferry website www.bristolferry.com