Cork Airport

Destination of the month

Welcome to Bristol

Bristol has reinvented itself as a creative hub in recent decades and is a city that takes great pride in its alternative take on life.

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Things to do here

Bristol, once a major maritime centre, has reinvented itself as a creative hotbed. It's home to the well-known street artist Banksy, musical acts like Massive Attack and Portishead, and the city’s flourishing independent cafes and music venues have rejuvenated many of Bristol’s old industrial neighbourhoods. Bristol was also the first UK city to become a European Green Capital. 


To Eat

  1. Lido is a poolside restaurant specialising in Middle Eastern and European dishes.
  2. The Ox restaurant, as you'd expect with the name, specialises in meat, particularly steak. 

To Stay

  1. The Marriott Royal Hotel has been a Bristol institution since 1863. Located next to Bristol Cathedral, the hotel has retained its classic Victorian character.
  2. Overlooking the iconic Clifton suspension bridge, the Avon Gorge is close to a number of fine restaurants nearby.

Bristol Street Art Art

Find time to seek out Bristol originals like Banksy’s Mild Mild West in Stoke Croft. 

M Shed Museum

Located in the city's harbourside, this museum traces Bristol’s history from prehistoric times to the present day.

SS Great Britain Attraction

A amazing feat of Victorian engineering, Brunel’s restored iron steamship is part of British industrial history.

‘House every weekend’ Tour

The Black Swan in Easton is the place to go for the newest sounds in electronica while Lakota remains the king of the Bristol dance music venues.