Areas Of Bristol

  1. Gloucester Road & Stokes Croft
    Head north of the centre to find hip nightlife, independent traders and a bohemian vibe on Gloucester Road and Stokes Croft.
  2. Clifton
    Find independent boutiques, bustling cafes, iconic attractions and more in this picturesque quarter.
  3. Harbourside
    No visit to Bristol is complete without relaxing in the city's vibrant, historic Harbourside.
  4. Bristol City Centre
    The City Centre & Old City offers culture, history and some of the best shopping in Bristol.
  5. Coastal Somerset
    On Bristol’s doorstep is Coastal North Somerset, including the towns of Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon and Portishead. An area with miles of spectacular coastline and beautiful rural landscapes.
  6. Rural Somerset
    Explore some of the UK's most beautiful countryside with Bristol as your base.
  7. Wapping Wharf
    Head to Bristol’s historic harbourside and explore the city’s newest quarter, Wapping Wharf, where local Bristolians and visitors alike can shop, eat and relax by the glistening waterfront.
  8. Southville & Bedminster
    Take a saunter south of the river to find Southville, Bedminster and Totterdown - a lively area popular with local Bristolians and city dwellers.
  9. East Bristol
    One of Bristol's best-kept secrets, East Bristol is the gateway to gorgeous countryside, wildlife and walks.
  10. North Bristol
    The northern part of the city of Bristol is part of and borders South Gloucestershire. Highlights of the area include Bristol Zoo Project, Aerospace Bristol and The Mall at Cribbs Causeway.
  11. South Gloucestershire & South Cotswolds
    South Gloucestershire and the South Cotswolds sit on the doorstep of Bristol. Largely rural, the areas are characterised by pretty, quintessential English market towns, old churches and traditional country pubs.
  12. Bath
    Did you know that Bath is just 10 miles away from Bristol? Discover Bath, the World Heritage City, easily from Bristol.
  13. Great West Way ®
    Welcome to the Great West Way! A new 125‑mile touring route which links London to Bristol.
  14. Old Market, Temple Meads & Redcliffe
    Just outside of the city centre you'll find the charming areas of Old Market and Redcliffe and the rapidly developing area around Temple Meads Railway Station.
  15. Arnos Vale & Beyond
    Heading east out of the city towards Bath, you'll encounter Arnos Vale. Discover attractions and activities far from the usual tourist hotspots.
  16. St Pauls, Easton & St Mark's Road
    Home to one of the biggest and best street parties in Europe, a strong sense of community and a thriving shopping street, this is one of Bristol’s most vibrant, creative and colourful areas of Bristol.

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