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Bristol is a British city like no other, famous for its mix of historic architecture, modern attractions and stunning surrounding countryside - all underpinned by it’s characteristically friendly atmosphere. Steeped in history and proudly displaying its industrial as well as ancient heritage, Bristol is one of the most popular UK cities for tourists after London.
Bristol has just been voted the UK's best place to live in 2017 by The Sunday Times and anyone visiting the city will quickly realise why. The people are friendly, the restaurants and bars are packed with excellent local produce, and there is something new to discover on every street corner.
Not only is it a fantastic tourist destination, but Bristol is also an important location for aviation and automotive manufacturing. BAE Systems, Airbus and Rolls-Royce, are all based in nearby Filton, which makes Bristol a regular destination for industry professionals.
Bristol offers every kind of accommodation imaginable, from historic townhouses to modern apartment complexes. If you are planning a business trip or an extended holiday, then serviced apartments in Bristol offer a perfect blend of convenience, privacy and flexibility. The town has several popular areas, so where you choose to stay will depend on if you want to be close to the commercial centre or more towards the scenic outskirts.
The Squa.re present a selection of some of the best properties available - chosen for their exemplary decor, range of conveniences and, of course, the desirability of their location. We can offer the perfect venue to suit the exacting requirements of your visit, from luxury corporate housing to self-contained studio apartments. Whatsmore, our customer service team are on hand to assist with sourcing any specialist requirements - such as disabled access - and can even recommend the best area for you.
There is so much to see and do in Bristol that it’s almost impossible to fit everything into a single visit. Brunel’s iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge is a must see for first time visitors, whilst the SS Great Britain is also a popular tourist draw. Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery is the premier cultural venue, exhibiting archaeology, geology and fossils, as well as several galleries of fine and contemporary art. Anyone visiting with children may wish to visit the more family-friendly attractions, such as Bristol Zoo, the Wild Place Project, or Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm.
Bristol Shopping Quarter offers world class retail opportunities, as well as a healthy selection of cafes and restaurants for shoppers on the go. The architecturally striking Cabbotts Circus is home to over 90 retailers, selling everything from clothing to electronic goods and homeware.
Like most major UK cities, Bristol is served by an excellent public transport network. Bristol is at the major connection station in the West of England, with several operators running local, regional and inter-city services from Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station and Bristol Parkway Railway Station. There are regular direct services to London, with a journey time of under two hours.
It's also very simple to get around Bristol by bus, with plenty of fast and convenient services available from all key locations. Anyone making multiple journeys has the option of purchasing the Freedom Pass, to enjoy unlimited travel on most bus and all rail services in Bristol, as well as other towns in the surrounding area.
Of course, with so many sights, restaurants and places to see, Bristol is also a great place to explore on foot, or even via bicycle - which can be rented from various places around the city.