Live in the heart of the city, with the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England close at hand.
Bristol brims with things to see and do. Waterfront bars. Regular art fairs. And the spectacular Harbour Festival in summer. It’s the hometown of Banksy, J.K. Rowling and Nick Park: a place jam-packed with colour and culture.
Though it’s changing fast, Bristol’s kept its Victorian good looks. Everywhere you go, you’ll find hints of its seafaring past. Nowhere is this more obvious than at the old docks – the city’s beating heart.
Into sport? You’ve come to the right place. Go out on the water to canoe, kayak, row or windsurf. Head back to dry land for some fantastic cycle routes – but, erm, maybe wait a few weeks before you tackle the biggest hills.
Oh, and don’t forget your binoculars. Because you’re about to see some of the most beautiful wild places in Britain.
Our places in Bristol
They’re all great but slightly different, check them all out and let us know which one is your favourite.