Bohemian Bristol to Chepstow across The Severn on TrawsCymru T7
Does this service run all year
This scenic route runs all year long
Buses run every hour Mon to Sat and every two hours on Sundays and public holidays.
Concessionary passes are accepted. Find out more
TrawsCymru T7 : Bristol to Chepstow
Bridging England & Wales the eco-friendly way, the TrawsCymru T7 runs from the heart of Bristol city centre through the picturesque Clifton Downs & Westbury Park to Chepstow, where you can connect to other scenic delights across Wales.
The following concessionary passes are accepted:
- ENCTS (English National Concessionary Travel Scheme)
- Welsh concessionary bus pass
Due to this service crossing the Country borders, bus pass acceptance is complex.
Newport Bus have a handy article explaining where each pass is valid for use on the TrawsCymru T7.
Bristol’s city centre is a dynamic and captivating hub that beckons tourists with its rich history, vibrant culture, and modern vitality. Explore its historic waterfront, where Brunel’s iconic SS Great Britain stands as a testament to engineering marvels of the past. The Harbourside is alive with museums, galleries, and eateries, offering a taste of Bristol’s artistic and culinary delights.
Venture further into the city, and you’ll encounter diverse neighbourhoods like Stokes Croft and Clifton, each with its own unique character and charm. The city centre buzzes with markets, street art, and a lively music scene, epitomising Bristol’s creative spirit.
Don’t miss a trip to Cabot Circus for shopping, or a leisurely stroll through Queen Square and Castle Park for a dose of greenery amidst the urban landscape. Bristol’s city centre is a delightful fusion of tradition and innovation, promising an exciting and memorable experience for tourists eager to explore this thriving British city.
A picturesque destination that beckons tourists with its natural beauty and cultural charm.
Clifton Down, situated in Bristol, United Kingdom, is a picturesque destination that beckons tourists with its natural beauty and cultural charm.
This sprawling green expanse offers stunning panoramic views of the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge and Avon Gorge, making it a favourite spot for leisurely walks and picnics.
Visitors can explore the historic Clifton Observatory and Camera Obscura for a unique perspective on the landscape. Nearby, the charming Clifton Village boasts quaint streets lined with boutique shops and cosy cafes, creating a delightful atmosphere for shopping and dining.
Clifton Down is a must-visit destination for those seeking a blend of nature and culture in Bristol.
Westbury Park and Durdham Downs offer tourists a captivating blend of green spaces and urban charm.
Westbury Park and Durdham Downs, nestled in Bristol, UK, offer tourists a captivating blend of green spaces and urban charm.
Durdham Downs, a vast and scenic area, invites outdoor enthusiasts for jogging, kite flying, or simply soaking up the panoramic views of the Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Adjacent to this, Westbury Park exudes an old-world charm with its tree-lined streets and Victorian architecture. Visitors can explore its boutique shops, cafes, and the picturesque St. Alban’s Church. The Downs, along with Westbury Park, provide a tranquil escape from the city bustle and are an ideal destination for both relaxation and exploration.
Westbury on Trym, a hidden gem in the heart of Bristol, welcomes tourists with a captivating blend of history, culture, and modern allure. Stroll through its charming streets, where historic architecture seamlessly mingles with trendy boutiques, cosy cafes, and inviting pubs.
Discover the village’s rich past through landmarks like the majestic Westbury Court and the serene Canford Cemetery, evoking a sense of timelessness.
Nature enthusiasts will relish the abundance of green spaces, including the expansive Blaise Castle Estate, offering serene walks and scenic picnics. Conveniently located just a stone’s throw away from Bristol’s bustling city centre, Westbury on Trym provides an idyllic retreat while ensuring easy access to the city’s vibrant attractions.
Whether you’re seeking a tranquil escape or a cultural adventure, this enchanting suburb promises an unforgettable experience for tourists exploring Bristol’s diverse offerings.
Browse from over 150 stores at The Mall Cribbs Causeway and The Retail Park - The Heart of Bristol Shopping.
At the heart of it is the immense shopping complex, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, featuring over 150 shops and numerous dining options, drawing shopaholics from near and far. For those seeking entertainment, the venue boasts a cinema and an indoor trampoline park.
Additionally, the nearby Wild Place Project offers a family-friendly wildlife experience. History buffs can explore the nearby medieval church of St. Michael's, while food enthusiasts can savour a variety of cuisines at the bustling restaurants. Cribbs Causeway promises an enjoyable and well-rounded tourist experience.
The Severn Bridge, a marvel of engineering connecting England and Wales, holds both practical and tourist appeal. Spanning the picturesque River Severn estuary, this iconic suspension bridge offers travellers breath-taking scenic vistas and a dramatic entry into Wales.
Its sleek, sweeping lines and towering pylons make it a compelling sight for photography and a symbol of cross-border unity. Visitors can stop at the Severn View Services for panoramic views and refreshments, or explore nearby attractions like Chepstow Castle and the Wye Valley. The Severn Bridge is not just a practical gateway; it's a scenic landmark that enhances the travel experience and celebrates the beauty of the British landscape.
A charming town in Monmouthshire, Wales, beckons tourists with its rich history and scenic beauty.
Its centrepiece, Chepstow Castle, one of the oldest stone castles in Britain, is a major draw, offering a glimpse into medieval life with its well-preserved fortifications and stunning views of the River Wye.
The town's historic streets are lined with quaint shops, cosy cafes, and traditional pubs. The Wye Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounds Chepstow, making it a gateway for outdoor activities like hiking and river cruises.
With its blend of history and natural wonders, Chepstow is a delightful tourist destination.
This listing was last updated on 11th September 2023
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