The city of Bristol offers many different sights. Due to growth and development, many tourists choose Bristol as the preferred destination for a week or a weekend. In the heart of the village of Clifton, the Victoria Square Hotel offers ideal accommodation while exploring Bristol’s many sights.
Bristol Zoo Gardens is one of the many attractions that Bristol has to offer. The 12-hectare site in Clifton has received the “Zoo of the Year 2004” and is an ideal day for anyone who wants to spend a weekend in Bristol. The zoo itself is managed by Bristol, Clifton, and West of England Zoological Society Ltd and has a continuous reputation for excellence, innovation, and dedication to nature conservation. With the exception of London, the Bristol Zoo is the fifth oldest zoo in the world. Why not add this important tourist attraction to your “to-do list” during your stay in Bristol.
An eclectic combination of architectural styles can be found in and around Bristol, the largest city in southwest England. From medieval brutality to the twentieth century, there is a wide range of styles present, as well as buildings from most architectural periods in the UK. Large mansions in Tudor are located outside the historic center of Bristols. The construction of the floating port has been a pivotal point for industrial development and growth. Some of the structural highlights are the Clifton suspension bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum.
When it comes to shopping, you are really spoiled in Bristol. Just outside the center of Bristol is the Mall at Cribbs Causeway. The Mall consists of 135 renowned stores and 7,000 free parking spaces and is a dynamic and easily accessible place to shop. If you have chosen a centrally located hotel in Bristol, the new Cabot Circus is ideal for shopping. Having recently received the Supreme Gold Award from the BCSC (British Council of Shopping Centers) in the retail and leisure industry, Cabots Circus went from strength to strength and jointly won gold for the best ‘In-Town Retail Scheme of more than 30,000 square meters foot’. Facilities include more than 120 stores, cafés, restaurants, and a luxury cinema.
Despite the recession, the Bristol economy supports its growth and development. Accommodation and hotels in Bristol flourish for tourists looking for a weekend in Bristol and professionals looking for business accommodation. This is due to the diverse flexibility of cities with a historic atmosphere and a developing social and economic scene.