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A City with a Story
Bristol is an alluring city with beautiful landscapes and limestone areas that run along the hills. Beautifully nestled amidst the hills of South West England, the city has a distinctive identity. When you visit Bristol, you would love to meet the locals who have worked hard in carving out the character of the city. People here are welcoming and friendly. The city’s verdant natural expanse add an extraordinary charm, enhancing its pictorial view. Various photographic tours like that of the old city, historic churches, city center, architecture, and maritime connections are sketched out by many tour operators for visitors so that they can observe the city closely.
The city has such an invigorating vibe that it has served as an inspiration for countless renowned musicians, film directors, scientists, architects, writers, artists and actors. Known for its passionate appeal and maritime history as well as its ecological approach, the city has received European Green Capital status which makes it unique in itself. Book a flight to Bristol and have an amazing time with friends and family.
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All round the year, the city brims with festivals where locals have a great time. You would be amazed to know that Bristol was the first city to introduce bungee jumping from the Clifton Suspension Bridge. With a magnificent landscape and jaw dropping street art, Bristol has an engaging vibe which is hard to miss. So, book cheap flight to Bristol and say hello to good times.
Popular Tourist Attractions
Bristol Harbour - Bristol Harbour is a perfect place to spend your summer days with friends or family. Located on the Avon River, the Bristol Harbour is a hub of museums, art galleries, restaurants and bars. You can take a leisurely walk around Bristol Harbour and soak in the happy vibes. Once you are done filling your barrel of knowledge at the museum or understanding the various forms of art, grab a seat at a restaurant at the end of the day and treat yourself to good food. This place is also referred to as the floating harbor since the water level remains steady and stays unaffected by the tidal waves. Many hotels are speckled throughout this area, thus making hotel reservations becomes quite easy.
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery - With three floors having about nine galleries, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery narrates the story of the world from the beginning to this present day. It showcases displays on a whole lot of subjects ranging from Egyptian mummies, gemstones, glass pottery to wildlife, oriental arts, dinosaurs and a wide collection of artwork by eminent artists. The museum also regularly hosts exhibitions and events. Book a rental car and head straight to this gem of an attraction in the city.
Bristol Old City - The old city is home to historic buildings which gives a peek in to the city’s past glory. One of the famous buildings situated here is the St. Stephen's Church that has the tomb of Martin Pring. Also, there is another medieval church by the name St. John on the Wall that is famous for its crypt and interactive displays. A fair distance away from it is the St. John on the Wall which is known for the figures of Belinus and Brennus, the mythical founders of Bristol and Christmas Steps. The Old Council House is located at the corner of Broad Street and Corn that was built in 1827. Other things to explore in the old city are the Palladian-style Exchange, St. Nicholas Market and the Farmers Market which opens on Wednesdays.
Clifton Suspension Bridge - I.K. Brunel was a visionary who laid out the plan for the Clifton Suspension Bridge. It took about 33 years to complete the bridge that measures about 702 feet between its piers. To gain an insight in to the details of the bridge, stop by the information center. Thereafter, you can head over to the Observatory Hill in Clifton to get a bird’s eye view of the whole place. And trust us, its breathtakingly beautiful. You can also check out the Clifton Observatory from where you can have a good view of Giant's Cave and Camera Obscura.
Getting Around in the City
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Bristol witnesses a warm climate with moderate rainfall. June to September is the best time of the year for visiting this beautiful city. During this time, the temperature remains pleasant with less rainfall which makes it convenient for visitors to explore the city. So, book a low-cost flight to Bristol and have the time of your life.