By Foot
Renato’s is located on King Street which is a quick 5 minute walk from the City Centre. Walking from the centre towards the harbourside bear left onto Prince Street take the first left onto King Street and you will find us on the left, just before the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.

Public Transport
King Street is a 15 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads railway station or there are regular buses and taxis from outside the station into the City Centre. There is also a ferry which runs from the railway station into the City Centre. Marlborough Street Bus Station is a 20 minute walk away.

There are bike racks available on King Street and also Prince Street.

By Ferry
Bristol Ferry Boat Company run regular ferries from Hotwells and Bristol Temple Meads railway station to the City centre all year round and 7 days a week.

By Car
Coming from the M32 onto the A4032 following signs to the City Centre you will reach traffic signals on the A4044, here, turn right onto Bond Street still following signs to the City Centre. At the St James Barton roundabout take the first exit signposted City Centre keep in the left hand lane, following the road around to the left onto Baldwin Street. When you get to the fourth set of traffic lights on this road turn right and follow the road around to the left onto Welshback, take the second right straight on to Little King Street, turn right again onto King William Avenue and finally turn right onto King Street. The M4 and M5 also lead into Bristol.

Car Parking
There are good parking facilities in the surrounding area including, especially at the NCP on Queen Charlotte Street (see map below) where evening parking costs just £2.50 from 6pm until 11.59pm. Meter parking is also available on King Street and Queen Square. Blue Badge Holders park for free.