Bristol has water running through its veins. Stroll along the waterway on either side and find attractions, restaurants, bars, shops and hotels.
Bristol boasts a huge collection of independent retailers. Spend the day wandering the cobbled streets perusing the city’s locally produced goods.
Whether you’re an art fiend, animal-lover, nature enthusiast or theatre buff, Bristol is sure to please.
Bristol’s food movement is fed by the West Country countryside and locals who live and breathe the sustainable life make it the foodie capital of the South West.
Luke Jerram, local artist of live artworks, invites you to encounter abandoned fishing boats installed in the depths of the woodland.
In 2015 Bristol will be celebrating as the first city in the UK to win the prestigious award of European Green Capital. Take a look at the green-inspired events that are taking place in the What's on Section, stay at an eco-friendly hotel or eat in one of the many restaurants that source their food from local suppliers. There are many ways that you can experience Bristol as Green Capital this year.