Treat your tastebuds at one of many restaurants and cafés
Visit community hubs around St. Mark's road
See the work of local artists and visit creative studios on the art trail
Troopers Hill Nature Reserve offers good walks with views over the city
Take a boat out of the city along the Kennet and Avon canal
Follow the Bristol and Bath Railway Path from Lawrence Hill, the first major cycling network project undertaken by Sustrans and one of its most popular routes today.
See the city's trademark colourful buildings and abundance of graffiti snake through bustling shopping districts in Easton and Redfield, and enjoy our international food scene reflecting an eclectic community.
Beautiful parks and independent businesses brighten quieter residential areas like Fishponds, while the hills in Kingswood (the highest point in the city) provide outstanding vistas.
There are so many peaceful green spaces and woodland areas to explore. Wind your way along the River Avon, stopping to catch a ferry to Beese's Tea Gardens for a slice of cake. Visit Troopers Hill Nature Reserve or admire the gardens at Snuff Mills and listed Oldbury Court Estate.