Bristol is a city located in the hills of South West England. Bristol is a quirky British city with plenty of historical sites to explore and beautiful hilly vistas. Known for its an iconic suspension bridge, street art culture and thriving music once you step your feet over here, you’ll be dragged over here forever.
You can book air tickets to Bristol to experience the Georgian terraces of Clifton to the colourful waterfront and the graffiti-covered streets of Stokes Croft. Book a flight to Bristol and enjoy the diversity of the city.
It was traditionally known as Floating Harbour. Later, it got restored and converted to contemporary uses. The place is now filled with a performance centre, music, Arnolfini visual arts, At-Bristol Science Center, Bristol Aquarium, exhibitions, galleries, museums.
This church is referred to as ‘the fairest parish church in England’ by Queen Elizabeth I in 1574. It was constructed in the 13th century and renovated in the 15th century to make it Baroque Style. It is situated on the south of Floating Harbour. It comprises of the richly decorated doorway, hexagonal orch. Reticulated vaulting and clustered pillars which displays the wealth of Bristol’s rich merchants.
The popular half-timbered, triple gabled building is famous for its historical tale of Alexander Selkirk and Daniel Defoe. This place was the model for Admiral Benbow and was restored in the year 1991.
The bridge is a work of the famous British engineer I. K. Brunel. It spans the 260 foot deep Avon Gorge on the limestone plateau’s west side which is known as Clifton Down and Durdham Down. It measures 702 feet amidst its peers and the construction was completed in the year 1864.
This museum is a part of the association of six different museums in the city. Bristol Museum and Art Gallery have three floors full of collections of Old Masters, oriental arts, pottery, glass, gemstones, dinosaurs, wildlife, and Egyptian mummies. A special section is dedicated to the I.K. Brunel and his technical achievements.
Cheddar Gorge is an excellent day trip sport within 18 miles from Bristol. It’s a national Nature reserve which includes stunning stalactite caverns and dramatic 450-foot cliffs. Other worth visiting sights include the towering spires o ‘Solomon’s Temple’, soaring chambers of St. Paul’s Cathedral’, spectacular Gaugh’s Cave with its hidden chambers. You need to have a fit body strength to explore some parts of the gorge such as 274 steps to reach the side of the gorge and further 48 steps ahead lies the Lookout Tower on the top.
Bristol Airport (BRS) is located in the Lulsgate Bottom of North Somerset. It’s the commercial airport of Bristol city of England and the surrounding places. It is 7 miles from Bristol City Centre and is well connected with the major transportation mediums.
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