PLANNING YOUR TRIP 2018-04-30T19:40:29+00:00

Planning your trip

Book a short-break for Bristol Walk Fest and get a real feel for the city.

Places to stay

Bristol is packed with options for you to put your feet up and relax after a day of walking: luxury and boutique hotels, laid-back budget hotels, unique bed and breakfasts, traditional guesthouses, eco-friendly lodgings, stylish serviced apartments and self-catering hideaways.

Bristol Walk Fest have partnered with Clifton Hotels to provide the best accommodation in Bristol. They have a range of accommodation to suit any style and budget, from their luxury 5* Berkeley Suites, to their homely guesthouse.

To enjoy 10% off best available rates at any of the four hotels, quote ‘WALKFEST18‘ when booking online:

Check ‘Places to stay’ on the Visit Bristol website.

Getting to Bristol

As much as we celebrate walking we don’t expect you to walk here too! Bristol is one of the most easily accessible cities in the UK, with excellent road, rail, bus and coach and air links.

Check ‘Getting to Bristol’ on the Visit Bristol website.

Food and drink

Make sure you’re fueled for the day by filling your boots with our tasty local cuisine.

We’re a real foodie city, just as renowned for our creative street eats as our fine dining. From fancy to family-friendly there’s something for every taste-bud and budget. And at the end of a walk a refreshing beverage will always be available with bars and pubs around every corner.

Check ‘Food and drink’ on the Visit Bristol website.

Attractions

Whilst you’re here you may as well see what else Bristol is famous for. We have some of the best attractions in the UK – some of which you may spot on one of your walks.

Will you get your questions answered at We the Curious or perhaps climb the rigging at Brunel’s SS Great Britain, become an under-water explorer at Bristol Aquarium or learn the colourful history of Bristol at M Shed. There really are so many amazing things to do in Bristol!

Check ‘Attractions’ on the Visit Bristol website.

Image: Clifton Suspension Bridge, credit Gary Newman.