When to travel
Lying at the England's southwest end, Bristol, no doubt is an inspiring
city with dramatic landscapes and a number of distinctive areas
offering an attractive blend of architectural styles and culture
and a fantastic weather chart through out the year.
Wintertime comes and people flock to Bristol to enjoy the Christmas
festivities, spectacular decorations, and often indulge in Christmas
shopping sprees. Besides, People equally enjoy holidaying at this
pretty city during summer course.
Travelers arriving from outside the European Union (E.U.) need a
valid passport. E.U. citizens arriving from within the boundaries
of the E.U. only need official identification but a passport is
recommended. In some cases, a visa is necessary, depending on i)
country of origin and ii) nature of visit. Always check with your
local British consular authority in your home country
With everything from specialist shops and stores to antique art
galleries and boutiques all over the city center, as you saunter
around the European Center of Culture, you will surely find your
way to the souvenir treasure troves.
Bristol has a vast number of restaurants, large and small ranging
from snack bars and coffee shops, to high-class Bristol restaurants
and gourmet haunts, and it is worth trying, as many type of cuisine
and cooking for you will be spoilt for choice. The eateries are
permitted to open from 18:00 and until 23:30 or later.
Sports & activities
Bristol is a wise choice for sport enthusiasts! Here, people often
indulge in excellent sporting events, including a wide range of
excellent spectator sports, such as rugby and cricket.
There is something for everyone together with golf courses, tennis
courts, badminton courts, swimming pools, fitness centers, and gymnasiums.
So just dump your Daily Chores and take a Break!