Bristol is an exciting city, overflowing with intriguing, traditional and occasionally off the wall things to do and see. Its harbourside location lined with attractions, boats, restaurants and museums makes it unforgettable. But what really makes it special is its energy, the mix of historic and new, and having been designated a European Centre of Culture, the city continues to celebrate in style with a year round calendar of events and festivals.

The selection of restaurants, cafes and bars provides something for every taste and budget, and you'll enjoy some of the best shopping in Britain with high street stores, markets and an incredible range of independent shops, galleries, boutiques and antiques. Don't forget to take time to visit the surrounding coast and countryside that are all within easy reach of the vibrant city centre. The huge choice of places to stay makes Bristol the perfect short break destination. With everything from waterfront hotels and penthouse apartments to family run guest houses and farm cottages. 

Bristol has been a port for a thousand years, and certainly has nautical rhythms in its blood. But alongside the echoes of seafarers past are the sounds of a young city - the bands and bars, the clubs and cafes. It's hip and historic, dynamic yet laid back.

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