Travel

TRAVEL

Cycling

In a world first for the event, we are teaming up with sustainability experts Sustrans to lead organised rides from designated points around the city. Details coming soon.

Shuttle Buses

In a world first for Love Saves The Day, we’ve partnered up with First Buses to organise a shuttle bus service running from three locations in the city centre to Eastville Park where the festival is held.

The buses will run throughout the day and there is no need to book in advance. Stops will be clearly signposted.

To cover the cost of the service a return fare of £3 is required per passenger.

Starting at 10:30 a.m. each morning with a service arriving every 10- 15 minutes, the buses will take a circular route between the following stops (highlighted below in red).

• Bristol Temple Meads Stop TC
• Broad Quay Stop CW
• The Haymarket Stop RH
• Eastville Park, Stapleton Rd.

After the festival closes each night the service will continue to run back in to town until around midnight offering easy access to Love Saves The Night afterparties.

Coach

There are two main coach stations located in Bristol’s city centre. Which one you arrive at will depend on the coach provider you are using- Megabus coaches arrive on Colston Street, whilst National Express services arrive just down the road at Bristol Bus Station.

Train

Bristol Temple Meads is the city’s main rail station. Shuttle buses will be operating between the station and the festival site throughout Saturday and Sunday.

Travelling direct from:
London Paddington
Services run approximately two or three times per hour with a journey time of two hours.
Birmingham New Street
Services run twice per hour with a journey time of a journey time of an hour and a half.
Exeter St. Davids
Services run twice per hour with a journey time of one hour.

Click here to plan your journey via National Express. 

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