United Kingdom

Fly from Nice to Bristol

and discover England’s cool side

Travel to Bristol and arrive in Avon

A direct flight from Nice to Bristol is an invitation to discover one of the loveliest cities in the UK. Located in the south-west of England, it was for years known for the famous port at the centre of the city. But its maritime legacy has faded and the city has changed face. Its docks and warehouses are now dedicated to culture, shopping and entertainment, contributing to the well-being of a population that often describes itself as “the happiest in Great Britain”! And not without reason, as you’ll see for yourself upon arrival of your Nice-Bristol flight.

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    Pounds Sterling

  • language

    English

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Cathédrale de Bristol
Bristol
The Victoria Rooms Bristol

  • Useful information for your trip to Bristol

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    The formalities for travelling to Bristol

    • Entry requirements: Great Britain requires visitors from the EU to present a valid passport or identity card when entering the UK.
    • Currency: whether for tea or Guinness, you’ll be paying in pounds sterling! Be sure to change over a few Euro before taking off to cover your first expenses upon arrival. The Interchange counters in Terminal 2 of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport can help!

    Your Nice-Bristol direct flight

    The easyJet direct flight from Nice to Bristol, the only to fly to this part of England, takes off from Terminal 2 of Nice Côte d'Azur Airport.

    Ready for take-off? Have your boarding pass in your pocket (or on your smartphone!) and your cabin baggage in hand? Arriving at the airport an hour and a half before departure will be enough to go through security screenings and customs stress-free. However, should you need to go to the easyJet counter to check a bag or collect your ticket, allow an extra quarter of an hour.

    Departure airportNice Côte d'Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airportBristol Airport

    Arriving in Bristol

    Bristol International Airport is just 13 kilometres from the city centre. To get there, you have several options:

    • Take the bus. Airport Foyer Express, the airport bus service near the terminal exit, provides connection to the centre of Bristol (its main train station and hotels) in 30 minutes. It runs 24/7 with a bus every 10 minutes during the day, every 20 minutes in the evening, and every hour at night./24, avec un départ toutes les 10 minutes en journée, toutes les 20 minutes en soirée et toutes les heures la nuit.
    • Take a taxi: you’ll find the taxi stand near the terminal. The trip takes 25 minutes and costs a bit more than €30 minimum.
    • Hire a car: you’re spoilt for choice with no fewer than 8 agencies at the airport. ​​​​​

What to do in
Bristol ?

For many years, Bristol has counted itself among the most accessible cities in the realm of Elisabeth II. The hometown of Hitchcock's favourite Carry Grant has undertaken multiple initiatives to make the city a great place to be for locals and visitors alike. European Green Capital in 2015, the UK’s “Most Musical City” in 2010, and playground to British street artists, Bristol has survived - among other things - the decline of port activity, Nazi bombs, and the de-industrialisation of the country to become one of the top tourist destinations in England today.

Bristol Pont
Bristol

  • Bristol, a 21st century city

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    Ever heard the saying “the grass is always greener on the other side”? Well Bristol is the perfect illustration! As far and nature and the environment go, not much else compares. One number is enough to convince you: 450. That's the number of parks and gardens you’ll find within the city! Enough to make your city break weekend feel like a nature outing.
    But your trip here won’t be all romantic walks through the legendary work of landscapers from across the Channel. Because in addition to horticultural expertise, Bristol shines with the diversity and vitality of its culture. Culture of a classic nature can be seen in Bristol's renowned museums, guardians of a long history. But for culture that’s more “pop”, you've just to look around you at the bright colours of Bristol's street art or listen for the electro beat of live music pouring out of night clubs. You’ll learn the secret locals have known forever: their city is the coolest in the country!

  • The top 10 things to do in Bristol

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    • Go walking in Harbourside, Bristol’s ancient river port which has been completely renovated and now houses shops, bars, restaurants, and art galleries and museums such as the We The Curious (a pleasant surprise of a science museum) and the M-Shed (for local history).
    • Go aboard the first modern transatlantic ocean liner, the SS Great Britain. Impeccably restored, from its steel hull to its luxurious cabins, this one-time giant is now a boat-museum that’s as unique and spectacular as it is animated and entertaining.
    • Stroll through the narrow streets of Bristol Old City too see monuments (starting with the extraordinary cathedral!) and several timer-framed houses that escaped the ravages of both time and Nazi bombs.
    • Get some fresh air and sun on the immaculate lawns of Castle Park on the banks of the Avon, or on Brandon Hill between the Clifton and Hotwells districts. Climb up to the top of Cabot Tower to enjoy a great view of the city from 32 metres up.
    • “Open sesame!” Enter Aladdin's cave: The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is downright fascinating, with a nod to the beginnings of aviation hung from the ceiling and collections of Egyptian antiquities, dinosaur fossils, and precious gems.
    • And a river runs through it... Cross Clifftord Bridge and you’ll be crossing 400 metres of the Avon from 74 metres up. Inaugurated in 1864, it's one of the oldest suspension bridges still in use in the world. A classic part of any Bristol city tour.
    • Freshen up your wardrobe at Cabot Circus, Bristol's ultra-modern shopping centre. More than 140 shops vie for your pounds sterling, including Harvey Nichols, a tenant of British luxury.
    • Go on a Banksy tour. The king of street art used Bristol as his canvas - to the point where some think he’s from there. A half hour's walk between Wapping Wharf and Stokes Croft will let you judge his talent for yourself.
    • Forget beer, try cider! This area is well-known for it. Just be careful not to drink too much! It’s often over 8%.
    • Go on a “barathon” around Millenium Square, the chic central square of Bristol. To get the most out of your bar hopping, be sure to only mix two things: live music and good humour!

Regular flights Nice - Bristol BRS

Nice → Bristol BRS

from 132

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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Bristol flight take?

    The flight duration from Nice to Bristol is 1 hour 55 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Bristol direct flights?

    EasyJet provides service between Nice and Bristol.

  • How many Nice-Bristol flights are there per week?

    During high season, you’ll have your choice of 10 flights per week. From the end of November to the beginning of April, this number falls to 2 (Tuesdays and Saturdays).

  • How much does a Nice-Bristol flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Bristol return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 132 .

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Bristol?

    Upon arrival, you’ll need to set your watch back one hour - it’d be a shame to miss happy hour!

  • What is the best time of year to visit Bristol?

    Bristol is one of the UK’s warmest and sunniest cities. Located near the Atlantic in the south of England, you’ll enjoy a temperate climate, with mild winters (around 10°C in January) and gentle summers, with August temperatures between 20 and 22°C on average. Perfect for a holiday any time of year. But depending on your tastes and priorities, some seasons are better than others. Nature is in full bloom during the spring here. Another don't miss: the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta in August, Europe’s largest hot-air balloon festival. And just as festive is St. Pauls Carnival, one of the biggest events in the UK, with fancy dress parades, colourful processions and concerts, all taking place in July. Finally, for fans of electronic music, digital art and performances by artists of all genres, don’t miss Submerge Festival, which takes place every November.

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