One of the most valuable architectural sights of the city is the church of St Maria built in the 15th century. The building of this church is connected with some quite interesting fact – the church is built from sandstone that is known as a fragile material. However, the gothic styled church amazes visitors by its beauty and elegance for more than five hundred years. One more unique architectural complex is Guildhall that is considered the symbol of wealth and well-being even now. Don’t forget to visit the Geological Museum as there you will find many interesting stories about the history of the Earth. In addition to new facts about the history of our planet you will be allowed to view very rare exhibits that illustrate all major stages of development of the planet. Visitors, who what to learn new facts about the history of our universe, will like the Observatory. Near to it are located zoological and botanical gardens. Art connoisseurs will definitely have only good memories after visiting the picture gallery where are collected the works of famous British and French artists.
Gourmet entertainments should definitely include visiting some pubs, for example, Hatchet Inn that was opened in 1606. Even now this pub features the atmosphere of those old times. The best Mexican food restaurant is Casa Mexicana that also offers large selection of traditional European dishes. Cuisine from Latium America is better to be tried in Las Iguanas. When night falls to the town, it’s high time to visit night clubs and discos. Fiddlers Club and BS3 are known as best clubs in Bristol. Each night they have entertainment programs with live music. Many famous British musicians often perform here.
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