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Bristol City guide, including Bristol Hotels
Bristol is an exciting city, overflowing with intriguing, traditional
symbol of the city of Bristol. For almost 150 years this grade I listed
structure has attracted visitors from all over the world. A Bristol
wine merchant left a legacy to build the bridge over the Gorge.
the Choir, gives Bristol Cathedral a unique place in the development of
British and European Architecture. The Nave, Choir and Aisles are all
the same height, making a large hall. Bristol Cathedral is the major
example of a 'Hall Church' in Great Britain and one of the finest
anywhere in the world. Guided tours of the cathedral are available
every Saturday from May to October.
times and is the forerunner of all modern shipping. It was the world's
first iron-hulled, screw propeller-driven, steam-powered passenger
international breeding programmes. Bristol Zoo has seen a number of
significant births and there are many young animals running around the
Zoo so it makes for a fun day out for all the family.
500 years of history using state of the art presentation techniques.
and archaeology, geology and natural history housed in a magnificent
early 20th century building on Queens Road.
Things to do:
If there's one thing you can guarantee, you will never run out of
things to do in Bristol. Attractions, shopping, nightlife and exciting
activities combine to create a place quite unlike any other. Bristol is
also the perfect base to explore the West Country. There are lots of
attractions and places to visit all easily accessible by car or public
side area has to offer. Two companies offer such tours (some with
commentary) allowing you to explore the harbour side from the water. It
is not only a great way to see Bristol, but also travel from A to B.
eclectic of tastes and all budgets. The elegant shops of Bristol's West
End, White Ladies Road and Clifton Village should not be missed. They
are magnets for those looking for designer clothes, antiques,
jewellery, art and crafts.
has three award-winning attractions - Explore, Wildwalk and the Imax
Theatre. They offer amazing experiences every day.
wetland birds. Millions of people have visited Slimbridge to get closer
to wildlife & wetlands since it opened in 1946. You are able to get
close to the birds, or just soak up the ambience of this haven by the
Severn. The birds keep coming back too – tens of thousands wild birds
drop by each year, some staying for months before starting out on their
great migratory journeys.
Food and Drink:
Bristol's well known for the quality and choice of its restaurants,
cafes, and bars. We have award winning restaurants and great ideas for
lazy weekend brunches and long Sunday lunches.
Suspension Bridge spanning the Avon Gorge. .
most welcoming dining room with an ambient lighting that adds to the
sense of occasion. Located on Temple Quay it has a very popular terrace
outside for basking afternoons.
spoilt for choice with a full bar and restaurant menu. This includes
Steak pie, beer battered cod & scampi, grilled steaks, fresh
sauces, and homemade pâté.
the Year – South” and is situated on Park Street in Bristol. Lively but
laidback, both urban and urbane, it takes lounging to new levels of
Bristol offers a wide range of different accommodation types for
visitors, catering for both overnights stays, short breaks or something
long term. Bristol hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and
self-catering accommodation offer a wide range of style and price.
Bridge Inn New
City Inn Bristol
Centre, (close to M32 & station) F
Holiday Inn Bristol North
Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre
The Old Manor
In the evening enjoy Bristol's theatres, bars and clubs. The elegance
of a west end show or the international reputation of the Bristol Sound
is available, while Bristol's comedy club venues provide the best in
opera and ballet.
music for almost 140 years.
including touring and Tobacco Factory productions, educational
projects, children's shows and music events.
comedy that the UK has to offer.
Bristol, being located on a motorway and rail hub makes it easily
accessible for a day out or a short break. It does not matter what your
age group is or what kind of activity you enjoy, with both coast and
countryside within easy reach of the city, all needs are catered for
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