Where History, Art and Quirkiness Collide!
Bristol is a fantastic destination for a weekend break or even a longer holiday. Not only is it an exciting city with plenty to see and do – it's also the perfect base to discover the beautiful southwest of England. In 2017, the Rough Guide named it one of the top 10 cities to visit in the world.
Best of Bristol
Attractions in Bristol are all about the 'Bs': there is Brunel, boats, bridges, bikes and beautiful countryside! A city that is steeped in history, visits to Bristol Cathedral and the Lord Mayor's Chapel are a must. Another must see is perhaps the most famous of Brunel's masterpieces, the Clifton Suspension Bridge that spans the impressive Avon Gorge. Finally, a visit to the Millenium Square and Harbourside offers fun for both big and small people alike!
Food and Drink:
Bristol is a foodie's paradise with a plethora of fine dining, a vibrant independent scene and where you can also hone your skills in a cookery class, learning everything from knife skills to what it takes to be a chocolatier.
Walk through streets decorated in art, admire centuries old artefacts or explore Bristol's vibrant and happenin music scene. A city rich in cultural heritage and culture, Bristol encompasses everything from art and history to music, sport, theatre, and of course, the people themsevles.
Nightlife in Bristol is legendary! From its huge clubs hosting top international DJs to underground live gigs, plus all manner of bars, pubs, glamorous speakeasies, comedy nights and karaoke bars - this is a city that knows how to have fun! And then add to all this a thriving LGBT scene, with hubs in Old Market Quarter Gay Village and West End Gay Village, there is a night out (probably more!) for everyone