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Rent a car at Bristol City with Europcar
Planning a trip to the bustling, multicultural city of Bristol? Then hiring a car from Europcar Bristol City makes perfect sense. Conveniently located at the Clifton Triangle, just a stone’s throw from local attractions, our station is the perfect place to begin an exciting adventure.
The Europcar car hire experience at Bristol City
When you hire a car from Europcar Bristol City, you can expect to drive away in a vehicle that’s clean, comfortable and reliable with our fleet of new models ensuring you get from A to B in style.
We’ve vehicles to suit your every need from compact rides like the Fiat 500, Vauxhall Corsa and Vauxhall Astra to family-friendly alternative such as the Peugeot 5008 or the Skoda Octavia Estate.
What’s more, our service is fast, efficient and flexible with daily, weekly and monthly car rental solutions available. Simply book today using our three-step booking process and our customer service representatives will be waiting to get you on the road as soon as possible.
Discover Bristol and surroundings by car
Straddling the River Avon, Bristol has a long and interesting maritime history with the harbour being a hub for tourists and locals alike. Here, you can watch the boats on the water, pop into one of the many lively cafes or enjoy a trip to one of the many free museums and galleries, with the interactive Bristol Science Centre being a particular highlight. Don’t also miss a tour of Brunel’s SS Great Britain, a museum ship that was once the largest passenger vessel in the world.
The Arnolfini – well-known for its contemporary art and ever-changing exhibitions – always makes for an interesting visit and then there’s M Shed which reveals more about Bristol’s vibrant past. If you simply want to enjoy a picnic with the kids or watch a game on the big screen, then make your way to Millennium Square for a relaxed afternoon.
With a hire car, you’re also well-placed to visit other top attractions in the area including Bristol Zoo and Blaise Castle House Museum – an eighteenth century, grade II listed mansion which oozes elegance and charm. Moreover, a trip to Bristol wouldn’t be complete without a drive over the infamous Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the beautiful Avon Gorge.
As well as discovering the city itself, you may want to venture further afield with the coastal resort of Weston-super-Mare being less than an hour’s drive south-west. You’ve also got the historic town of bath nearby and you could even venture to the picturesque city of Oxford. The capital city of London is within reach too and you could always pop across the Severn Bridge into Wales – it all depends on how adventurous you feel.
Driving in Bristol
Throughout the UK, drivers stay on the left hand side of the road and overtake on the right, so keep this in mind if you’re from a country where the rules are reversed.
As with all major cities in England and across the world, traffic can become congested during the early morning commute which usually falls between 7-9 am. It is busy around lunchtime and again during the evening commute home which is approximately 5-7 pm. Drivers should be aware that there’s a toll for travelling over the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
On-street parking is available in Bristol but as this is usually limited to two hours, you may prefer to leave your vehicle at an off-street lot with locations including Queen Square, Portwall Lane and Radcliffe Parade.