When you think about Bristol the first thing that comes into your mind is the Clifton Suspension Bridge, it is as symbolic as the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Statue of Liberty in NY. So, how to leave the city without visiting this must-see?! In fact, this could be the perfect plan on a Sunday morning.
First of all, make sure you choose a sunny day to enjoy the landscape to the fullest and then try to convince a group of friends to make your excursion more entertaining.
This place is located on the outskirts of the city, just 10 minutes by bus from the centre and around 30 if you choose to go there on foot.
The environment is really nice, in the middle of the nature, and once there, up on the bridge when you look down, the views are breathtaking.
There is also a restaurant nearby, “White Lion”; from its terrace you can contemplate the landscape while eating a Sunday roast, one of the most typical meals in England.
After lunch you can have a walk around Clifton village, which has some nice shops, cafes and interesting buildings like the Royal York Crescent.
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