Bristol, the largest city in the southwest of England, is situated near the Welsh coast on the River Avon, a historical transportation route that contributed to Bristol’s significance as a major port in southern England. Today, Bristol has evolved into a cultural hotspot, and its port serves as a tourist attraction, drawing visitors to explore its rich history and vibrant atmosphere. 

With a population of approximately 471,200 as of June 2021, Bristol is a city known for its cultural and social diversity. It boasts numerous interesting tourist attractions, and its calendar is adorned with popular city festivals such as the Bristol International Balloon Festival, Bristol Harbor Festival, and Bristol Pride. 

Weather in Bristol 

Spring (March – May): 5°C – 17°C 
Summer (June – August): 14°C – 22°C 
Autumn (September – November): 6°C – 18°C 
Winter (December – February): 3°C – 9°C 

Why Study in  Bristol 

  • Home to some of the UK’s leading universities such as the University of Bristol (Russell Group) and UWE Bristol 
  • Bristol is one of the warmest cities in the UK. 
  • Bristol is a city in the southwest of England. It is easily accessible from other major cities in the country such as London and Cardiff. 

Universities in Bristol 

English Language Schools in Bristol 

  • International House Bristol 

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Attractions in Bristol

Clifton Suspension Bridge

The Clifton Suspension Bridge stands as a symbol of Bristol, designed by the renowned engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. For over 150 years, this iconic bridge has spanned the River Avon, captivating both locals and tourists alike. It is a popular attraction where people gather to take photos and admire the breathtaking views of Bristol.

Brunel’s SS Great Britain

A steamship docked in Bristol Harbor serves as a poignant reminder of the Industrial Revolution. This historic vessel, one of the earliest steamboats in England, has transformed into a city tourist attraction. Inside, it houses a museum allowing visitors to delve into the rich history of ships and maritime heritage.

Bristol Cathedral

Bristol Cathedral, a historic gem, showcases exquisite architecture that seamlessly blends Romanesque and Gothic elements. Its interior features intricate stone carvings, soaring ceilings, and beautiful stained-glass windows, offering a glimpse into the rich heritage of this architectural masterpiece.

St. Nicolas Market

Situated in the heart of Bristol's Old Town, this indoor market has been a bustling hub since 1743. Featuring a variety of shops, including those selling fresh fruits and vegetables, street food restaurants, coffee shops, clothing and shoe stores, bookshops, and handmade items, it stands as a vibrant and historic marketplace.


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