Is Bristol the new London?
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Situated on the River Avon in the South West of the UK, many people may not have thought to, or even have heard of the city of Bristol. London, but of course. Manchester, yes. Liverpool, quite possibly (who doesn't know that The Beatles hail from there?). But Bristol? Why's this city, with a population of roughly 429,000, a recommended place to visit? Could it possibly be the 'new London'?
London is an obvious destination for tourists to flock to when they visit the UK. It's got everything: Museums, Gastronomy, History, Culture, Class, Theatre and oh, those Victorian and Georgian buildings! Well, Bristol pretty much offers the same, on a smaller scale.
Located by the water
The city has a relaxed, laid back vibe along the waterfront with the old warehouses converted into restaurants, gastro pubs and the old cranes from the docks all lit up at night, it's quite special. Let's not forget CARGO, the new area opened up which houses old containers converted into eateries. An
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