Our Guide to Bristol

Make the most of the lively city and its surrounding cultural areas by hiring a vehicle through us.  

Bristol is the largest city in the southwest of England with a population of around 400,000. It has won much commercial success due to its historical artistic and exciting attractions and being in excellent proximity to the spectacular coast.


Our Top 10 things to do and see in Bristol:

  1. Clifton Suspension Bridge; Built in 1836 by Isambard Kingdom Burnel, this 250 foot high suspension bridge offers spectacular views which attract visitors from all over the world.

  2. Brunel’s ss Great Britain; Experience what it would have been like for Victorian crew and passengers on this ship that changed the world. Fun and dynamic discovery for all the family.

  3. Bristol Ferry Boats; Taking a Bristol Ferry Boat is an exciting way to travel. You will be able to observe the docks and passing museums that are located near the river on this journey.

  4. At Bristol; At Bristol is one of the UK’s biggest and most interactive science centres. Visiting this centre is an unforgettable day out as exploration and education go hand in hand.

  5. Bristol Cathedral; This beautiful Cathedral is a gateway to the city’s history and won the certificate of excellence 2014.

  6. Bristol city Museum & Art Gallery; Bristol has an extensive collection of museums and galleries to offer to all visitors. The City Museum is just one of the many wonderful places where you can uncover histories about the region’s wonders.

  7. Bristol Zoo Gardens; Bristol Zoo Gardens is 12 acres of attractive gardens which has several hundred endangered species in its midst. It is open every day and free for under 3’s!

  8. Bristol Aquarium; Bristol Aquarium brings “the harbourside life to you” and amazes visitors all year round with their breathtaking species of underwater creatures.

  9. Theatre; Enjoy an evening at the musicals which are on show at the Bristol Hippodrome or experience something new with modern drama at the Bristol Old Vic. Either way there is a show being performed suitable for everyone somewhere in Bristol.

  10. Nightlife; Habourside is the place to be if your after sophisticated bars and pubs or if you’re in the real party mood there are superclubs like Oceana, The Syndicate and 02 academy, where top acts and Dj’s often play.

Bristol not only has the city centre to offer but places around the city itself. These places, available to find in the links below, will let you make the most of your rental vehicle and discover what is around Bristol.