Bristol for tourists 
One of the gems of south west England, Bristol is modern and vibrant, but also offers history and heritage. 
Bristol for tourists 
One of the gems of south west England, Bristol is modern and vibrant, but also offers history and heritage. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Shopping in Bristol 

The Bristol Shopping Quarter, in the heart of the city, has hundreds of shops from high street favourites to independent retailers, along with galleries, markets, and fabulous food. 
 
Cabot Circus offers over 100 fashionable stores, restaurants for every taste, and all sorts of entertainment. 
 
 
 

Entertainment in Bristol 

There’s plenty to see and do in Bristol. You can visit the zoo, raise your spirits on one of the comedy nights, mess about on the water, and enjoy the many festivals, exhibitions, and events. 
 
Performing arts and theatre are thriving in the city and there’s live music, dance, and comedy too. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bristol’s sights 

The Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Brunel, is an unmistakable local landmark, or you can enjoy an entirely different view on one of the many boat trips available on the River Avon. 
 
With so much history packed into such a small space, there’s something remarkable to look at everywhere you turn. Visit Bristol Cathedral and the Lord Mayor's Chapel, and see another one of Brunel’s masterpieces, SS Great Britain. For the best possible view, visit Clifton Observatory. 
 
For enquiring minds there’s plenty to see and do at Millennium Square and the Harbourside. 
 
 
 

Near to Bristol 

You can combine your busy time in the city with a rural getaway in the villages, hills, woodland, and green fields of North Somerset, the Cotswolds, and South Gloucestershire. 
 
 
 

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