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Printable maps of Bristol

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Bristol

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Bristol with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Bristol area

This Bristol map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Bristol and surroundings

Great Britain - moving around the country

The most popular public transport in the country is a bus. Inside the city, buses run in different directions every 15-20 minutes. There are lines working from 4 am to 1 am. There are night buses on the most popular routes. On holidays, the amount of transport is significantly reduced. You can buy bus tickets at roadside kiosks, at bus stops or at train stations and directly from the driver. You can buy a one-time ticket or a travel card. In the second case, you can save a little. Long-distance buses, as a rule, depart from bus stations every hour. Much attention is paid to the comfort. Some companies offer their passengers drinks and light snacks. … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Great Britain

One of the most important holidays in the UK is Christmas, which is traditionally celebrated on December, 25. The whole country lights up with holiday illumination on the eve of the holiday. It is celebrated even by families who do not belong to any religious confession. Christmas trees are set on the squares and in the living rooms. Houses are also decorated with toys, garlands, wreaths, and twigs of mistletoe hanging from the ceiling. It is customary to meet Christmas in the family circle. The whole family and relatives gather at the dinner table. The Christmas table dishes are strictly traditional. Turkey with stuffed vegetables is always served, and the hostess cooks a Christmas pudding for dessert. Another treat is specially cooked mulled wine. December 26 is a boxing day. It is common to exchange souvenirs and go for a walk. … Open

Photogallery of Bristol sights

Our guide to Bristol

Travel guide to Bristol

Visit to the Bristol Cathedral should be the necessary part of the program, it’s one of the most beautiful architectural monuments of the city. Built in the Early Middle Ages it represents a unique combination of different architectural styles. The Cathedral is so interesting due to its decoration, many of its elements remain unchanged for more than 500 years. Unusual windows, which carved in the form of a … Open

Review of luxury hotels

Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre is never deprived of wealthy travelers' attention as well. It is particularly attractive with a variety of modernly equipped rooms. The hotel has several chic executive rooms furnished with king-size beds and equipped with a jacuzzi in the bathroom. The most prestigious are 54-square-meter luxury suites including such technical amenities as a PlayStation and a Nespresso coffee … Open

Bristol for children - what to visit

For acquaintance with the inhabitants of the sea depths, the Bristol Aquarium is perfect. It is one of the largest and most beautiful in England. In this aquarium, there is a huge transparent tunnel. While walking through it, you can admire the sharks swimming overhead. In the huge aquariums are the rarest species of fish and other marine life. Sea skates and turtles, rays and jellyfish - such a multifaceted and … Open

Stylish hotels

Luxury suites with panoramic views of Clifton Suspension Bridge are offered by Avon Gorge Hotel. It stands on a small hill and occupies a beautiful historical building. The atmosphere reigning in the hotel is sure to please all fans of recreation in picturesque natural places. Simply furnished rooms are decorated with dark-wood finishes, while wallpaper with floral motifs and bright fabrics light up the situation. … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

In the variety of specialized stores, one of the most famous is Bristol Cider Shop. As you can guess by name, it sells a popular national drink - cider. In this store, there are dozens of varieties of the drink, and a cozy cafe, where you can taste drinks you're interested in and complement the meal with popular national dishes. Very unusual souvenirs and decorations for your home can be purchased at The Original … Open

Hotels with history of Bristol

Another outstanding historical building houses The Berkeley Square Hotel Bristol. Its interior is designed based on the most beautiful traditions of the past centuries. All furnishings presented in the rooms are made entirely of natural wood, and vintage pieces of furniture give them a special charm. The hotel keeps a chic collection of antiques and artworks that can be seen in public areas. Refurbished furniture, … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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