Bristol, one of the largest cities in the U.K., is a stunning city that has both a rich history and an astounding music scene. Famous for its architecture, underground music, and nightlife, Bristol is definitely an eclectic city. There’s a wide range of activities and a lot of different things to do in Bristol to accommodate any kind of budget, unlike most of the cities that attract the same large numbers of tourists.
Once in Bristol, you won’t be able to get enough of the city’s brilliant architecture and historic buildings. One of the most famous is the Clifton Suspension Bridge which spans the Avon Gorge and offers an unforgettable view of the city’s natural beauty.
Rugby is a popular sport in Bristol and the city has a competitive national team; so if you have the chance, try to see one of the team’s exciting games.
There are plenty of art and historical museums in Bristol and many of them are free to visit.
Bristol also has a wonderful zoo. It’s the 5th oldest in the world. It has won awards for its excellent selection of animals and facilities. The Blue Reef Aquarium is also an exceptional visit because it transports visitors to the underwater gardens of the Mediterranean with its lively displays of marine life.
For a taste of the famous music in Bristol, you must see a show at Colston Hall which hosts a variety of performances and shows year round.
Bristol is one of the warmest cities in the U.K. and has more sunshine than the surrounding cities. The city tends to be rainy during the winter and fall seasons, so make sure to pack your boots and umbrella if you visit during these periods. Many of the major festivals in the city occur in the summer. During the festivals the city turns into a vibrant place, offering many different things to do in Bristol which makes the summer months a great time for a holiday vacation.
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