Aberdeen To Bristol Train

Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city is also known as the ‘Oil Capital of Europe’ or the ‘Energy Capital of Europe’.  City hosts the Aberdeen International Youth Festival, a major attracting event to spotlight most talented young performing art companies around the world. Place is lively, attractive and friendly to offer one of the best tourists attractions of the country.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen area are:

1. Johnstone Gardens
2. His Majesty's Theatre (HMT)
3. Bullers of Buchan
4. Duthie Park Winter Gardens
5. King's College Chapel
6. Royal Aberdeen
7. Aberdeen Music Hall
8. Six degrees north
9. Milton Art Gallery

Bristol:

Bristol city is situated in county of South West England. City has been regenerated as a center of heritage and culture, to offer diversity of arts, events and landmarks to attract thousands of tourists around the world every year.

Main sources of attractions of Bristol region are:

1. Brunel's ss Great Britain
2. St Mary Redcliffe Church
3. Bristol Cathedral
4. Puzzlair Bristol
5. Walking Bristol
6. SUP Bristol
7. Bag of Nails
8. Papaji's bar, kitchen & teasmiths
9. Bristol Blue Glass Bedminster

Rail Transportation from Aberdeen to Bristol:

Train services run between Aberdeen Station to Bristol Temple Meads station. The total journey time required to travel is 8 hour and 21 minutes for covering a distance of 634 kilometers. The busiest day for this journey is Sunday and least busy day is Wednesday.


Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country, First Great Western, East Coast, ScotRail and Virgin Trains are the service providers between Aberdeen and Bristol city. Train services on this route include 1 to 4 stops in between the destinations. Departure of trains from Aberdeen starts at around 09:20 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 03:52 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £199.10 (Minimum Price) to £218 (Maximum Price) with £206.93 (Average Price).
There are seven route options available for train transportation here. First, train connection is via Glasgow Queen Street & Central, Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street. Using this route one can reach Bristol latest by 06:39 p.m. and last up to 10:36 p.m. Second route is via Edinburgh Waverley and average charges for this route is £199.10. Third route is via Edinburgh, Walverhampton and Birmingham New Street. Trains for this route starts at around 10:52 a.m. and last up to 01:06 p.m. Fourth route for these destinations via London King Cross and Paddington for fixed ticket charges of £218. Fifth route is via Edinburgh Haymarket and Birmingham New Street. Using this route one can reach Bristol latest by 05:41 p.m. Sixth route option is for Waverley to New Street via Durham as well. Last route connection is via Edinburgh Waverley, Crewe and Newport. Using this route one can reach Bristol by 12:40 a.m. for fixed ticket charges of £209.

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