Bristol's prosperity is built on sea trade and an ideal place to get to grips with the city is the revamped harbor side. Bristol's most iconic attraction is Brunel's wonderful Clifton Suspension Bridge, which has spanned the Avon Gorge for 150 years. You can simply marvel at the spectacular views of, and from, this famous structure.
~Food and Drinks in Bristol~
Bristol have a huge range of options for food and drink. There are excellent ethnic restaurants in Bristol, that trade on the city’s overseas connections, a burgeoning number of high-end gastro-pubs that serve seasonal food made with the freshest local produce, and lots of other local eateries that have something more than just food at their heart, whether it’s Olde-English cuisine, Thai kitsch or just straight-up Spanish and Moroccan tapas.
Casamia brings you a dining experience that is truly seasonal. Not only our tasting menus but the very décor of the restaurant changes throughout the year.
Bell's Diner and Bar Rooms is the latest incarnation of Bristol's beloved Bell's Diner with relaxed to eat, a drink and have a good time.
~Shopping, Health & Wellbeing in Bristol~
Make sure to discover Bristol’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Bristol has independent shops dotted throughout the city, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
~Latest Bristol Lifestyle & Culture News~
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