The cosmopolitan city of Bristol is a thriving centre of culture and this soon becomes apparent through the city’s distinctive art and music scene. It is also home to a number of fascinating architectural wonders, with many listed buildings dating back to medieval times.
Built in 2013 at Avonmouth Docks, approximately six miles from the city centre, Bristol Cruise Terminal offers an ideal link to the Atlantic Ocean via the mouth of the River Severn. Cruise and Maritime Voyages have taken advantage of this and the line currently offers a number of transatlantic itineraries that can take you to stunning destinations such as the Caribbean, Mexico, and the Amazon region of Brazil.
Cruises from Bristol are an ideal choice for anyone considering embarking from central or south-west England, or southern Wales. The port offers plenty of parking facilities, with car journey times approximately 50 minutes from Cardiff and one-and-a-half-hours from Exeter and Swansea. Alternatively, train services from across the UK can take you to Avonmouth Station – which is just over two miles away from the cruise terminal.