There is no better way to discover and explore Bristol than on foot. Few other cities in Britain can boast such a treasure chest of wonderful sights and fascinating places of interest.
51.4545° N, 2.5879° W
CITY WALKS BRISTOL
Bristol is said to have been founded by two Gaulish chiefs in 390BC. The city grew up in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest and has a rich maritime and cultural history. Today, old and new blend perfectly to give Bristol a very distinctive character that has established it as one of Britain’s most attractive cities.
A range of superb walks
Bristol Bridge / Clifton Down / Suspension Bridge / College Green / King Street / Queens Road / St Augustines Parade / The Haymarket / Victoria Street
I. K. Brunel's SS Great Britain
The world’s first-ever iron passenger liner and walk around the same docks where ships such as The Matthew first sailed to the new colonies.
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Clifton Suspension Bridge
Walk over Brunel’s awe-inspiring Clifton Suspension Bridge, or take a different route and enjoy breathtaking views of the bridge from the nearby ‘Camera Obscura’.