Why Bristol

Architecture and art

If you’re looking for a cultural trip, Bristol is a great option! Bristol is very culturally alive and aware of its contemporary art scene. With two museum and one art gallery, Bristol is ideal for art lovers. Banksy graffitis can be found around the city and other smaller museum and local art galleries are open to the public too. Bristol has a rich and colourful nautical history. Though still an important port city today, in medieval times it was considered to be one of the most largest and busiest ports in England. Theaters, live music, independent cinemas and much more, Bristol is a great choice for those who enjoy music, art and colourful designs.

City Centre

Bristol was voted the best City to live in the UK in 2017. An article in the Sunday Times said:  “We sum the city up as cool, classy and supremely creative”. In an article published in The Times they said: “glamorous, creative, hi-tech and professional” .

Clifton and Clifton Suspension Bridge

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a bridge spanning the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, linking Clifton to Leigh Woods in North Somerset.  It was designed by the famous Isambard Kingdom Brunel in the Victorian era. It is still one of the main bridges connecting the two sides of the city.

Clifton is also a great area for going for dinner, coffee or even afternoon tea. Clifton Village & Whiteladies Road offer a wide array of shops, cafes, dining experiences, picturesque passageways and secret hideaways. … The area is full of classy boutiques and shoe shops, jewellery, antiques and gift shops.