Bristol - worth to visit

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Bristol is a city in South West England and the wider district has the 10th largest population in England. In 2009 Bristol was selected as one of the World's top ten cities worth travelling to by the international travel publishers “Dorling Kindersley” in their Eyewitness series of travel guides. The Sunday Times named it as the best city in Britain in which to live in 2014 and 2017, and Bristol also won the EU's European Green Capital Award in 2015.

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Bristol is very famous for its festivals- Love Saves The Day, Tokyo World, St Paul's Carnival, Harbour Festival and the Balloon Fiesta.

Music festival “Love Saves The Day” takes place every year on the end of May at Eastville Park. It is for people of all ages and it has won United Kingdom’s Festival Award for Best Metropolitan Festival.

Tokyo World is held on the end of September at Eastville Park and it is about being as inclusive as possible by integrating the full scope of both innovative and timeless music. Tokyo World is driven by excitement, passion, and innovation.


St Paul's Carnival is an annual African Caribbean carnival held usually on the first Saturday of July in St Paul's, Bristol. The first celebration was organised in 1968. The idea was "to create an event to help improve relationships between the European, African, Caribbean and Asian inhabitants of the area." The event includes a masquerade with colourful costumes and floats from local schools and cultural associations, a stage for various performers, sound systems in nearby streets and a range of stalls selling food from a wide range of cultures. In the preceding period Mas camps create costumes for the parade.

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The Bristol Harbour Festival is held annually, typically over a weekend on the end of July or beginning of August, and it celebrates the city's maritime heritage and the importance of Bristol's docks and harbour. The festival is hosted since 1971. Most of the activities, including live music, street performances, fireworks and a plenty other live entertainments, are held on or near the waterfront of Bristol Harbour. Venues include Queen Square, Lloyd's Amphitheatre, Millennium Square and Castle Park. The liveliest part of the festival is quayside, but the main attractions are entertainment designed to engage all communities of Bristol, as well as entertain the thousands of visitors.


The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual meeting of over 130 hot air balloons from all around the world. Held over four days in August at Ashton Court Estate, this event is completely free, with charges made only for parking on the event site. Alongside the fantastic sight of hot air balloons filling the skies, they have a large number of great trade stands, fairground rides and entertainment.

Of course there are plenty other things to do in Bristol. You can hop on a boat and see the city from the waterline. This attraction operates tours services 364 days a year for locals and tourists alike, letting you jump on and off as you chose. Head to Brandon Hill Park, climb the staircase to the top of Cabot Tower and view the entire city in one glorious go. Bristol's Haunted and Hidden Ghost walk reveals the darker side to Bristol's history and it is very entertaining and informative. And finally, don’t forget to cross Clifton Suspension Bridge which is a masterpiece of design and engineering. If you need a companionship please take a look at our Bristol escorts gallery.

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