Combine beach and culture in Bristol
Ready to explore the beauty of the southern coast of English? Book a flight to Bristol and discover this charming city on the Avon river. Visit the lush gardens of Queen Square and learn more about the Victorian era at Blaise Castle House Museum. How about some fresh air? Bristol is only a short distance from the beach.
Discover the historic city centre
The old and new seamlessly coexist in Bristol. In the historic harbour, take a look at the modern Pero Bridge. At night, the bridge is colourfully illuminated. From the harbour walk down to the 12th century Bristol Cathedral. Plan a culinary stop in the cosy city centre packed with charming cafés and fine restaurants. Bristol is the ideal destination for a weekend holiday or as the starting point for a longer vacation in England. Treat yourself: book a flight to Bristol now!Book a flight to Bristol
Activities for all ages
Bristol is an excellent destination for the whole family. A walk across the impressive Clifton Suspension Bridge is an amazing experience. This bridge is the symbol of Bristol. Make sure you also visit the nearby Clifton Observatory with its incredible views of the city. Or board the Brunel's SS Great Britain, the iconic 1845 steam ship that's now moored in the harbour of Bristol. Grab some fresh air on the beach at Weston or get a bird's eye view from the Ferris wheel.
Flights to Bristol for a unique holiday
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Bristol Cathedral has a history that spans nearly 9 centuries. Its unique architecture is world famous. The building was originally designed as a convent church but underwent extensive alterations in the 19th century to arrive at its current form: a medieval building with a Victorian facelift.
Thirty kilometres southwest of Bristol is Cheddar Gorge, one of the most popular landscapes of Somerset. This spectacular gorge is the largest in the country. The surrounding cliffs tower up to 140 metres high. The interior is equally as impressive, with numerous caverns and caves in the faces of the cliffs. Prehistoric remains of the earliest inhabitants of Great Britain have been found here.
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