This creative city has made a name for itself in the past few decades as the place to be for culture vultures and art aficionados. It’s maritime history, inspiring street art and gorgeous green spaces are just a few of the reasons why more and more holidaymakers are booking a break in Bristol. And with some of the quirkiest and coolest holiday rentals in the country, a stay in this trendy city is bound to be an inspiring experience.
Bristol is packed with things to do. Discover the city’s history at one of the many heritage sites such as Bristol Cathedral and the Lord Mayor's Chapel. Head down to the docks to see some of Britain’s best-preserved boats including the grand ss Great Britain, designed and built by Brunel, or maybe join a boat trip to find out more about Bristol’s maritime past. Another of Brunel's feats of engineering is the Clifton Suspension Bridge - it really is a sight to behold so be sure to take a look. You can trace Bristol’s rich history with a trip to St Mary Redcliffe Church, once the heart of Bristol’s industry and shipping.
Kids will love exploring the 12 acres of stunning landscape at Bristol Zoo Gardens, home to over 400 species of exotic animals, and the whole family can gaze up at the stars in the planetarium and marvel at the exhibits at one of the UK’s largest science centres, At-Bristol.
Bristol’s well-known for its fantastic nightlife. Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening listening to live music or a group of hens or stags looking for a good laugh at a comedy club, it’s all here. There are karaoke bars, clubs, rock nights and poetry performances and much, much more. In fact, Bristol has been awarded Purple Flag status due to its excellence in managing the evening and night-time economy. This means you can enjoy a fantastic night out, knowing that the city is doing its best to keep its nightowls safe and happy.