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Holidays To Bristol

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Bristol is the informal metropolis of the West Country of England. It grades fourth in England’s top visitor destinations. The ideal period to visit is during the summer when prime festivals are held in the city. The city is popular for its Georgian and Victorian structures, road art, underground music, cider, marine history, yearly hot air balloon festivals, green licenses, space trade and Brunel's heritage of civil engineering, incorporated by the port, SS Great Britain, Wallace and Gromit, and the world popular Clifton Suspension bridge. Bristol is the United Kingdom's eighth most crowded city (with citizens of almost 421,000) and the most inhabited city in South West England, making it an important city in England. Bristol has a lot to provide of its own and is a superb starting point for touring the West Country, with comparatively cheap lodging in contrast to some of the leading 'tourist traps' (like neighboring Bath) and a large option of bars, restaurants and stores. It is one of the most socially lively cities in the South of England. Discover this destination by booking all-inclusive holidays to Bristol with Travel Center comprising of affordable flights, cheap lodging and adjustable booking options. Plan your holiday to Bristol right now!


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

EasyJet, Blue Islands, Germania, KLM



Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Ferry, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP

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Clifton Suspension Bridge

Created by the influential Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, its picturesque position on the ridge of the Avon Gorge has made it the established emblem of Bristol, bringing thousands of travellers a year just to walk across for sights of the historic Avon Gorge, stylish Clifton and the splendid city beyond.

SS Great Britain

A museum boat and an old passenger steamship, quite progressive for her period. She was the lengthiest passenger boat in the world from 1845 to 1854. She was created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic use amid Bristol and New York.

Cabot Tower

The steeple is 105 feet (32 m) tall and constructed from red sandstone with cream Bath Stone for decoration and prominence. It contains a winding staircase and two observing podiums where balconies with wrought iron fences look over the city.

Bristol Zoo

A marvellous, all climate family appeal, view the astonishing gorillas’ family in the current and distinctive 180-degree view gorilla house, walk across the tropical Butterfly Forest or submerge in the magnificent Seal and Penguin Coast. Other picks comprise of the Monkey Jungle, Reptile house, Asiatic lions, Bug World, Twilight World, Meerkat Lookout and Aquarium.

At-Bristol Science Center

One of the UK's most thrilling interactive appeals, providing a breathtaking world of hands-on findings for you, your friends and family. With plenty of displays and live shows, At-Bristol is a must-visit for all ages and it takes you on a wonderful trip touring the internal workings of the world surrounding us.

Bristol Harbour

Once a hectic harbor where sailors and merchants would exchange goods and set sail for journeys of discovery, Bristol's Harbourside is now an appealing, current success packed with restaurants, bars, stores and resorts. The region is active with the hum of Sunday fairs, and an entire host of sports and ventures consisting yachting, paddle boarding, cycling and rowing.

St Mary Redcliffe Church

A wonder of Gothic design, which was placed on this location for around 800 years. Inside its sacred walls, you would discover a excellent selection of sculpted bosses, graceful 18th century ironwork, stunning stained glass and a world popular organ.

The Georgian House Museum

An 18th century, six floor townhouse just off Bristol's popular sovereign shopping region, Park Street. The house has been repaired and adorned to its native fame, and is the ideal method to go back in time and visualize what life was like in this wealthy district of the city hundreds of years ago.

Berkeley Square

It was set out around 1790 in Georgian manner with a midway grass region beyond railings, by Thomas and William Paty. The sculpture in the gardens is a copy of the Bristol High Cross which was built in the city in 1373 respecting many British rulers, and proceeded to College Green in 1733.

Blaise Castle House Museum

View how people lived through time - what they wore, the toys they played with and how they conducted their house duties. Learn all about the background of the house, the landscaping of its property and appreciate the stunning Picture Room.