Bristol Double Decker

There are a lot of unique aspects of the United Kingdom which have come to symbolize the country and its heritage, and the big red double-decker bus is one of them. Therefore, it is perfect that you tour the amazing city on the very red double-decker that the country has made its own, as you travel through all the amazing places Bristol has to offer, there would never be a moment of boredom on your Hop On and Hop Off tour through Bristol

The best part about touring Bristol on a bus is that you can travel above the basic crowd level, especially during rush hour and get a panoramic view the magical sights and sounds aided by informative recorded commentary by expert guides who tells you everything you need to know about your surroundings.

There are a lot of exciting things to do in Bristol, and the Hop On and Hop off tour has an extensive itinerary of all of Bristol’s hotspots that you can explore at your own leisure, as there is a bus that departs from each stop after a designated period of time, leaving you free to explore to your heart’s content without feeling like you missed out on something great.

Here are some highlighted stops on the Hop On and Hop Off tour of Bristol:

  • You will get to go to Brunel’s SS Great Britain, which is the first transatlantic liner in the entire world. You will get a chance to travel along the brilliant Avon Gorge, below the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge, which is a major tourist attraction in the city.
  • Seeing hundreds of street art murals including several famous Banksy pieces and every summer Upfest invites hundreds of artist to visit the city to create new murals and refresh old masterpieces. Upfest is the largest street art event in Europe and the output is worth it just for the trip.
  • Bristol Cathedral located just opposite College Green
  • You will also get a chance to visit the Bristol Zoo, where you can Hop Off and explore everything that the zoo has to offer, including marvelous exotic animals and fun entertaining rides and eateries.
  • Visit the historic city center of Bristol, where you can see the modern shopping districts with a wide variety of shops, just lying in wait tempting you to shop away.
  • Temple Meads railway station is one other sight that you do not want to miss, as it has that old world charm of the traditional railway system in the UK.