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Wapping Wharf, Bristol’s newest food and drink district, has quickly established itself as the go-to destination for Bristol’s discerning shoppers and foodies.

With its eclectic mix of independent businesses, right on the city’s iconic waterfront and just a short walk from the city centre, Wapping Wharf is the place to be for food and drink, shopping, living … and now, working. It’s a buzzing community that captures the best of Bristol’s independent creative spirit.

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Get to it

Wapping Wharf is easy to access from all parts of Bristol, whether on foot, scooter, cycle, bus or even ferry.

With its eclectic mix of independent businesses, right on the city’s iconic waterfront and just a short walk from the city centre, Wapping Wharf is the place to be for food and drink, shopping, living … and now, working. It’s a buzzing community that captures the best of Bristol’s independent creative spirit.

  • scooter

    Bristol is one of the first cities in the UK to offer environmentally friendly hop-on hop-off e-scooters. The scooter network connects Bristol’s central zone, including Wapping Wharf, with many residential areas and the university, there are parking spots dotted across the city.

  • bus

    Wapping Wharf has its own M2 Metrobus stop on Cumberland Road. There are Metrobus services every 15 minutes at peak times between the city centre and Long Ashton Park & Ride.

  • cycle

    Bristol is passionate about cycling and was recently named the UK’s best city for cycling. Wapping Wharf sits at the heart of Bristol’s network of cycle routes, with its own cycle path linking it to South Bristol, the Harbourside, the city centre and beyond.

  • ferry

    Daily ferry services connect Wapping Wharf to Temple Meads, the city centre and to the popular residential area of Hotwells. There is a ferry stop just 2 minutes’ walk from CARGO Work.

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    Temple Meads is the primary transport hub for the city. You can get to CARGO Work 6 minutes by bike, 17 minutes on foot.

  • walk

    Wapping Road is within an easy walk from all parts of the city centre.

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