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Alamo Car Rentals Bristol, England

Log onto to see some of the best savings in the business.   Alamo Car Hire Discounts will provide you with the best deals in the Bristol area. Let Alamo in Bristol be your next choice when you need a car for hire.
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Bristol International Airport - Car Hire Building
Bristol North Car Hires - 248 Muller Road
Car Hires Weston-super-mare - Unit 2-3 Bushacre Business Park

Things to do in Bristol

  • The SS Great Britain
    Bristol SS Great Britain
    This beautifully restored ship was built by Brunel and was completed in 1843. This ship is a very significant piece of maritime history, as it was the first ship to be built of iron and powered by steam. In fact, the ship is often referred to as "the liner that shrank the world." This wonderful conservation project should definitely be on your list of things to see while you are on holiday in Bristol. While you are there, you can also visit the two attractions that are located right next to the SS Great Britain with the price of admission.

  • At-Bristol
    For some great family fun while you are in the Bristol area, be sure to pay a visit to At-Bristol. At-Bristol is a new facility that will have you and your family entertained all day long. It is located around the habourside and boast things like an IMAX theatre, a Wildwalk and Explore science centers, not to mention many restaurants and cafes. So if you are looking for a place to bring your children for a day of fun, or if you are just looking to relax, grab a bite to eat or even take a leisurely stroll, well then the At-Bristol facility is the place for you. 

Budget rent a car Bristol, UK

Budget Rent a Car is one of the best names in the car hire business, and you will see why when you decide to make Budget your choice for a hire vehicle. When you are in need of a car hire and you are in the Bristol area, be sure to check out Budget for instant savings. You will not be disappointed when you choose Budget.
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Car Park Bristol - Fairfax Street

Clifton Suspension Bridge Brsitol

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Yet another great engineering feat by famed engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Clifton Suspension Bridge gives visitors a chance to see a truly magnificent feat. The suspension bridge was built in 1864 and it spans across the Avon Gorge in Bristol. Visitors can learn about the history of the bridge at the visitors center, as well as walk across the bridge to get the full view of this mastery. Be sure to come back for a look at the Clifton Bridge at night for an absolutely magical experience. This should be on your list of things to do whilst in the Bristol area.

The Georgian House
For a great day of history, be sure to visit the Georgian House the next time that you are in the Bristol area. The Georgian House is  the home of sugar merchant John Pinney, and was built in 1790. The home has been restored to its original condition and contains furniture and decorations from that period. While you are at the home, you will learn about the intriguing history of Bristol and the role that the city played in the slave trade. Be sure to check out this historical home when you are visiting the area and you will not be disappointed. There is no cost of admission to this historical site.

Enterprise rent- a- car Bristol, England

The next time that you are on holiday in Bristol, be sure to log onto to see how much money you can save on your next car hire. You will see that you can get Great Savings with Enterprise when you need a vehicle for hire. Get out on the road and explore the great city of Bristol with a vehicle from Enterprise.

Bristol Car Hire - 59 Hartcliffe Way
Car Hires in Bristol - Unit 3 Whitby Rd Trading Est.
Beaufort Motors/Bristol Hires - Wyckbeck Rd, Henbury
Bristol Area Hire Cars - 162A Bell Hill Rd

Restaurants in Bristol, England
  • Primrose Cafe in Bristol
    The atmosphere alone at the Primrose Cafe is on of the most comfortable and unique atmosphere's that you will find in Bristol. Whether you would like to stop in for lunch, or if you want to make it a night out for dinner, the Primrose Cafe is the place to go. During the day they serve up many delicious lunch dishes that include soups, salads and sandwiches. If you decide to go there for dinner, you will see that all of their specialty dishes will feature something from the sea. They also offer many other choices for dinner as well. The next time that you are in the Bristol area, check out the Primrose Cafe.
  • La Taverna Dell' Artista
    La Taverna Dell' Artista is the place to go while you are spending your holiday in Bristol. This place is full of energy and fun. Whether you are in there to have a few drinks with some friends or if you are dinning there, be sure to keep an eye out because pizzas have been known to go flying around the restaurant. This place has been known to be a favorite spot for many a celebrity, so keep your eye out for them as well. You will have a wonderful time and night at the La Taverna Dell' Artista.
Bristol Restaurants

National Rental Cars Bristol, England

At National Car Hires, you will find the some of the greatest deals in the car hire business. When you visit National on their website, you will save instantly with National Car Hire Specials. Let National be the one that you choose the next time you are on holiday.

Car Hires Bristol International Airport - Car Rental Building
Bristol City Car Hire - The Triangle Berkley Place
Bristol North Hire Cars - 248 Muller Road
Bristol Hires Weston-super-mare - Locking Road

  • Bristol Cabot Tower Cabot Tower in Bristol
    Bristol's famous landmark, Cabot Tower, is situated a top Brandon Hill and was built to commemorate John Cabot's voyage to North America. The tower was erected in 1897, and today visitors can climb up the more than 105 feet of stairs that lead to the top of the tower. Once at the top, get your cameras ready because the panoramic views to the majestic countryside and the surrounding village are absolutely amazing. Be sure to take a trip to the Cabot Tower in Bristol, UK.
  • Clifton Observatory and Caves
    After spend some time over at the Clifton Suspension Bridge, be sure to take a short trip over to the Clifton Observatory and Caves. At the Clifton Observatory, you will be able to view the surrounding area on a screen and the image is provided by an impressive camera obscura that fixed to the roof of the observatory. Once you have wondered around the area, head down the narrow passage and steep steps to the entrance of the caves located on the premises.

avis discount rental car Bristol, England

Are you looking to spend your holiday in the beautiful city of Bristol? Well, let Avis help you with your car hire needs. Here at Avis, We Try Harder to give you the service and the vehicle that you need. Be sure to check out the website for  Avis Car Hire Coupons for great savings.
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Car Hires Bristol Airport - Car Hire Building
Bristol North Hire Cars - Unit 1000 The Quadrant
Downtown Bristol Car Hire - Rupert Street

  • Bristol Zoo GardensBristol Zoo Gardens
    When you are vacationing in Bristol, a place that you and your family definitely want to go to is the Bristol Zoo Gardens. It is well known that the Bristol Zoo Gardens is a fabulous way to spend a day. They have over 300 various species of plants and wildlife. From lions and gorillas, and from snakes to insects, the Bristol Zoo offers everything that you would expect to see at a world class zoo. There are also places to eat, as well as shops to purchase some memories. The kids, and quite possibly you too, will have a great time as they compete against animals at the interactive exhibit. Zoolympics.
  • Bristol Cathedral
    The Bristol Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral that has its roots way back to the 7th century. Built on what used to be an abbey in 1140, the Bristol Cathedral pure architectural beauty will certainly take your breath way. There is a serine and gorgeous garden just outside the cathedral that you can walk through, or just sit down, and take in all of its illustriousness. You definitely have to visit the Bristol Cathedral while you are in Bristol.

Thrifty Car Rental Bristol, England

You will see your savings instantly when you go with Thrifty Car Rental for all of you car hire services. Thrifty Car Hire Specials will have you on the road in no time at all, with the deals and the vehicle that you want. Go out and see Bristol on your own terms with Thrifty.

Bristol City Car Hires - Scot House, Albert Crescent
Hire Cars Bristol North - 213A Frenchay Park Rd

  • Stone Circles in BristolStanton Drew Stone Circles
    For a truly amazing experience, jump back a few thousand years in history and pay a visit to the Stanton Drew Stone Circles. Located about nine miles outside of Bristol, in a small and quiet village. Archeological finds date the series of stone circles back to nearly 4000 years ago. There is much speculation as to why these circles were erected and still remains a mystery today. This is a very interesting place to visit while you are vacationing in the Bristol area.
  • Weston-super-Mare Beach and Grand Pier
    The Weston-super-Mare Beach and Grand Pier is a great place to visit, and a must see, while you are on holiday in Bristol, UK. The seaside town boasts miles of glorious, golden sand beaches that has been a major destination for visitors hundreds of years. Take a ride down the shore line on your very own donkey, or ferry over to the end of the pier to get in all of the experience. There are many shops, restaurants and cafes to go to while you are here. You will thank yourself after a day of fun at the Weston-super-Mare Beach and Grand Pier.

Hertz Rent-A-Car Bristol

Hetrz Car Hire should be the company that you choose when you are on holiday in Bristol, UK. Hertz will provide you with the service that you are looking for when you are ready to get on the road. With quick service, a professional staff and Great Deals from Hertz , you will get the vehicle that you want at the price that is right.

Car Hires at Bristol Airport - Car Hire Hall
Bristol Hire Cars
- St. Phillips - Victor Street

  • British Empire and Commonwealth Museum Bristol British Empire and Commonwealth Museum
    The British Empire and Commonwealth Museum is a great place to spend an afternoon for the history buff and the non-history buff alike. Nestled inside the oldest railroad terminal in the world, the museum boasts many exhibits to better explain some interesting history of Bristol. From the now famous voyage of John Cabot in 1497 to World War II, the museum is home to many historically accurate facts. Pay a visit the next time that you are in the Bristol area.
  • Blaise Castle House Museum
    Located just outside of the wonderfully historic city of Bristol, the Blaise Castle House Museum accurately restored 18th century country house that serves as a museum and plays host to many exhibits, some of which include various Victorian household equipment and many displays of children's toys from the era. The castle is located a short walk from the country house, however it may not be accessible, but it certainly a nice walk through the grass. You'll have a great time at the Blaise Castle House and Museum.

May 09, 2011