Things to do in Bristol UK

Bristol is one of the busiest metropolitan cities of the world and certainly one of the most populous cities of United Kingdom. The city proudly boasts of the Port of Bristol, Rolls-Royce, and its Aerospace industry. It also has got the ship building industry which adds the feather to the cap. It also has a population of more than four millions and consisting of people from all the ethnic groups like English, Scottish, Welsh, Indians, Irish, Ulster, Indians, Pakistanis and many more. Even though Bristol has got a moderate kind of climate still it is considered as one of the sunniest and warmest city in England.

Bristol Channel at times provides cool sea breeze in the city which tends to keep the temperature down in the summer season months. The winter seasons are pretty cold and it receives about an average rainfall of 700-1000 mm in a year. It is a very busy city with a traditional industrial history mixed with a fast growing commercialized sector. The city is also home to the bohemian population and it is creating a blend of culture which makes this city very vibrant and interesting to live in.

The City

When someone is in Bristol city and want to enjoy then there are many free activities which can keep you entertain all the year. The world tourists who are fond of travelling will surely find this city in their travelling list of diary. This city is said to be a mix of Boston and a little bit of San Francisco. This city is very multi cultural but very British in its own terms. The City is full of the vibrant student population and very friendly environment with so much choices of the events of places to attend that you will be confused what to do and what not to.

The Gallery

Don’t miss out the Bristol City Art Gallery where people can find vast collection of stunning antique pieces and the exhibitions are there all the year. People can enjoy Gainsborough, Courbet and many other renowned artists. The other thing which people must visit is the Clifton Suspension Bridge and it has become one of the famous symbols of Bristol from the year 1864. Its view can make people feel inspired and feel awesome at the same time.

The viewers just take a walk across the bridge and look at the architectural craftsmanship. If you are passionate of the old historical buildings then you can go for Bristol Kings Weston Roman Villa which is from late third century.

The things to watch out for are its beautiful mosaic floors and the early design of the central hall. The Red lodge is surely one of the best places to visit with its rich history of more than four hundred years and people will be amazed to look at the beauty of this home where Great Queen Elizabeth I lived. In bright sunny days people go for the picnic and can enjoy in the Elizabeth knot garden. It surely is one of the hidden gems to visit.


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