St Nicholas Market
£ -St Nicolas market (city centre) various food stalls from around the world. Good daytime eats in town.
Vibrant inner city market open all year round with some excellent street food stalks.
This was where all the trading used to take place from the produce that came in on the boats. it’s an old covered market with lots of Independent shops and food stalls. The old buildings on corn street are all very grand and worth a look despite the fact most of them are now clubs and bars.
“Stunning and Historic Cathedral. Just Down The Road In The Heart Of The City”
“A fantastic pub to go on a summers evening. Sitting outside the pub with a drink watching the sun go down is a bit of a Bristol institution. Everyone loves the Cottage. Lots of seating space which runs down to the river, you'll always be able to find somewhere to sit. You also can get a ferry boat from here into town. ”
“Locally supported museum (so please support) . A glimpse into Bristol's dark past but fascinating - once owned by a sugar plantation owner... hmmm”
“This is a great place to eat and drink in, the best of Bristol's brewed beer, with many other drinks, good food as well (till 9pm at night), it's a great place to visit. ”