Things to do in Bristol
Bristol has a population of around 450,000 and two major universities. It is the second-largest city in the south of England after London, which is less than two hours away by train.
Bristol is a lively student city, well-known for its nightlife, theatres, shopping, music scene and street art. The lively harbourside is popular with our students, and there is a wide choice of international restaurants in the city.
It has all the attractions of a major city but it is easy to live here. Most places of interest are located within walking distance, and you are not dependent on public transport.
Travel Around The UK & Europe
The city has major transport links and is conveniently placed to make day trips to popular destinations like London, Bath, Oxford, Cardiff, Stonehenge and Windsor Castle.
Bristol International Airport has flights to over 100 cities in more than 30 countries. As well as making it easy to get here, it offers our students a great opportunity to visit other European destinations.
Some Great Festivals
The city hosts many festivals throughout the year. 250,000 people visit the city over the weekend of the Harbour Festival! There are several stages for live music, dance, acrobatics, and other performing arts. Other popular events are Bristol Pride, Upfest, Foodies Festival, and Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, the largest balloon gathering in Europe.
See what Bristol has to offer
The school is located in Clifton. It is one of the most attractive parts of the city thanks to its stunning architecture and beautiful parks. The famous Clifton Suspension Bridge is just a 25-minute walk away.Click Here
With a population of just under half a million, Bristol has all the attractions of a major city. However, getting around is easy as most places of interest are located within walking distance.Click Here
Cabot Circus Shopping Centre
Cabot Circus is a popular shopping and leisure destination with our students. Here you will find big chain stores and boutiques, restaurants and cafes. It is located close to the city centre.Click Here
More about Bristol
Official Tourist Guide
A city that doesn’t just buzz; it thumps.
Whether it’s a wake-up for the day or something to meet friends
over, coffee is a ritual. Bristol has first class coffee shops to soak
up some cafe culture.
Bristol is a food lover’s dream. There is something different
around every corner just waiting to be devoured.
Pubs & Bars
With secret speakeasies, outdoor terraces with epic views and world-class beer, cider and spirit producers, you’ll find your spirit in one of the city's watering holes.
Bristol has some lovely markets with food producers selling local food for you to discover and to taste.
Imagine floating over historic landmarks in a beautiful balloon, discovering world class artists and live music flowing into cobbled streets. Imagine summer cocktails, handcrafted beers and al-fresco eating at award-winning restaurants and some very special places to stay.