2-day Bristol Itinerary


Bristol was named the ‘Best City in Europe’ by the Academy of Urbanism in 2017. This English city is also known as one of the friendliest cities in England. With a deep and fascinating history, Bristol offers plenty for visitors to learn about and immerse themselves in.

Brunel’s SS Great Britain This ship was launched in 1843, carrying passengers to Australia and New Zealand. It was the first iron-hulled transatlantic steamship, and its success led to more large ocean liners like it.


We the Curious Museum This museum is designed to be interactive and encourage more play within the science spheres.

Bristol’s Old City and Harbourside This area fuses together impressive architecture with significant landmarks and highlights here include the Christmas Steps and Kings Weston Roman Villa.


Cabot Tower The tower is situated on Brandon Hill in the Clifton area of the city. It was built in 1897 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot’s discovery of Newfoundland.

Clifton Suspension Bridge Built-in 1864, this suspension bridge spans nearly 400 metres over the Avon Gorge.

Where The Walls Art Tour The colourful wall art is a part of the city’s history and holds much of the culture within the artistic designs.