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An industrial port city, devastated during the Second World War; not an encouraging prospect! And yet…with its bustling port, Norman and Gothic buildings bearing witness to its prosperous past, its centre largely rebuilt after the war, warehouses converted into restaurants, exhibitions centres and art galleries, Bristol is a city of remarkable dynamism.
Tourist attractions Bristol : Things to see and do
Corn Street GB - Bristol BS1 1HQ
The four brass nails , the tables used by the merchants for dealing where goods were sold for cash, are an indication of the street's importance for trade in the city. Behind them stands the giant, pilastered and pedimented Corn Exchange, built in t..
Quay Street GB - Bristol BS1 2JL
This 14C church with a battlemented tower and spire stands over a triple arch on one of the six medieval gateways in the city walls. It contains some interesting 17C woodwork (lectern, communion table, hour-glass) and an earlier brass in the chancel.
St. Stephens Street GB - Bristol BS1 1EQ
The 15C tower of the parish church rises to a height of 40 metres by stages of ogee arched openings to a distinctive crown and two-tier pieced balustrade, linking corner turrets adorned with fountains of pinnacles. The interior houses memorials to lo..
Victoria Street GB - BRISTOL BS1 6HY
Prix Prices from : 57 £
"Book into the 4 star Novotel Bristol Centre located in the city centre.This Bristol Hotel is near Temple Meads train station and a few minutes walk from King Street. The hotel has 131 modern guest rooms, each with wireless internet and HD TV. T..
Broad Street GB - Bristol BS1 2EL
Prix Prices from : 59 £
Built in 1869, this 4-star hotel is in the heart of Bristol city centre. It offers luxurious rooms as well as a bar, a restaurant and a leisure complex. Rooms at The Grand by Thistle are nicely decorated and come with tea/coffee making facilities. G..
Broad Street GB - Bristol BS1 2EL
"Grand by Thistle is not only Bristol's oldest but one of Bristol's finest four star hotels. The Grand, was opened as a purpose built hotel in 1869, catering for all ladies, gentleman and royalty alike. A tradition still carried on today.The hot..
1-3 York Rd, Montpelier GB - Bristol BS6 5QB
Shabby-chic neighbourhood restaurant, characterfully decorated with old bottles and flour sacks. Modern, French-inspired menus include a serious tasting selection - accompanied by wine flights.
The Grove, Harbourside GB - Bristol BS1 4RB
Great riverside location: watch canal boats pass by from the terrace. Bar offers all day dining with breakfast, brunch and meze plates. Upstairs restaurant offers more substantial modern European fare.
5-7 Welsh Back GB - Bristol BS1 4SP
The Sugar House GB - Bristol BS1 2NU
French brasserie styling in a Hotel de Vin, with a strong wine theme and a comprehensive wine list. Queen Anne style chairs and a pleasant courtyard terrace. Menus offer tried-and-tested bistro classics.
V Shed, Canons Way GB - Bristol BS1 5UH
Huge harbourside emporium that's 100% organic. Ground floor houses deli, bakery, cookery school and relaxed bar. Linen-laid restaurant above offers seasonal, Mediterranean-influenced menu.
27 Philadelphia St, Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus GB - Bristol BS1 3BZ
A spacious and elegant light-filled restaurant with stylish gold décor. Good value lunch menu and concise à la carte offering original, modern dishes. Chic lounge bar for cocktails and light bites. Attentive service.