111 Places in Bristol That you Shouldn't Miss
Bristol is one of the UK's biggest cities but is small enough to sometimes feel like a village. It is a city built on trading with much of its former maritime heritage now transformed into buzzing independent harbourside businesses in which to eat, drink and let your hair down. Both water and green spaces abound. And you'll have to get used to hills when exploring this cosmopolitan city because like Rome, Bristol was built on seven of them. Step away from the obvious - the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the SS Great Britain (both designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel), or the wonderful We The Curious where science and art collide- and discover unexpected treasures such as secret gardens, hidden memorials to the past and unusual modes of transport.
Journey through the old haunts of world famous pirates; past the Oscar-winning animation studio home to Morph and Wallace & Gromit; along shopping streets that sell everything from handcrafted violin bows to locally-made gin; and through an indoor market selling everything from spices to fossils. If you know where to look, Bristol will unravel its secrets in front of your eyes.
Martin Booth is the Editor of Bristol24/7, the city's leading news and entertainment website, and free monthly magazine. Martin has previously written for publications including The Times, The Guardian, Time Out and the 2007 FA Cup semi-final programme. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling, travelling and drinking locally-brewed beer. He lives in Bristol with his wife, Jo,
and their two daughters, Mersina and Lois. Follow him on Twitter for all things Bristol and more at @beardedjourno.
- Publisher: Emons Verlag
- Size: 205 mm x 135 mm
- Pages: 240
- Illustrations: 111 colour
- ISBN: 9783740808983
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