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Bristol has a long-standing reputation as a popular city to study, attracting thousands of students from Britain and across the globe.

Bristol has a long-standing reputation as a popular city to study, attracting thousands of students from Britain and across the globe. With its beautiful architecture, vibrant city centre and a harbour which is a thriving focus for leisure and  arts, it’s not hard to see why so many students choose to study in Bristol.

Bristol is also proud of its number of language schools, each offering students the opportunity to study English or learn another language from intensive courses to flexible programmes.

Bristol is one of the centres of culture, employment and education in the region.

Population: 437.492 

Bristol is a bustling, commercial and creative city. In recent years, it has enjoyed an impressive renaissance, finding its heart and soul as never before. Is lively and dynamic, cosmopolitan and ambitious. Its cityscape is a fusion of elegant Georgian and Victorian architecture and stunning modern buildings and developments.

Bristol boasts a mix of award-winning and internationally-acclaimed cultural institutions, world-class events and festivals, shops and markets. Bristol is successful as both a leisure and business destination and is European Green Capital for 2015.

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Bristol is one of the warmest cities in the UK, with a mean annual temperature of 10.2–12 °C.Rain is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, although autumn and winter are the wettest seasons.

Snow can fall at any time from early November through to late April, but it is an infrequent occurrence. Summers are drier and quite warm, with variable amounts of sunshine, rain and cloud. Spring is unsettled and changeable, and has brought spells of winter snow as well as summer sunshine.

The best time of year to visit Bristol is during the late spring and early-mid summer months. This will give you the best chance of having consistent good weather, but again, it is hard to predict the weather in England. If you do encounter some bad weather in England, at least you can be assured that you got a real taste of the country.

It's really easy to get around Bristol by bus, with plenty of fast and convenient services available from all key locations.

If you're in Bristol and need help with finding bus stations and routes, the Tourist Information Centre on the harbourside is on hand to help. You can buy day, season and multiple journey tickets direct from them too. 

One-way Ticket (Local Transport)    2.55 £

Monthly Pass (Regular Price)    68.00 £    

Here's all the info on Bristol's public transport network, including rail, road, bus and even floating harbour ferry, visit

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Some places you can visit in Bristol.

Bristol Zoo Gardens: Bristol Zoo Gardens houses an impressive variety of animals and reptiles for you to see and learn about.

The M shed: A visit to the new flagship museum the M shed will give you a real feel for the roots of this city. 

Discover At-Bristol: Discover science at the award winning At-Bristol science centre. Here it is all about being interactive and having fun while you learn. 

Visit Bristol Cathedral: Bristol Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in Bristol. There has been a church on this site since medieval . Cathedral tours are run on most Saturdays at 11.30 am and 1.30 pm throughout the year.

Walk across Clifton Suspension Bridge: Clifton Suspension Bridge is the symbol of Bristol. In the evenings the illuminated bridge provides an impressive sight especially when observed from a distance.

Bristol Aquarium: Bristol Aquarium is a "must see" attraction for lovers of the marine world. Time your visit to coincide with a "talk and feed" session to experience the Amazon coming to life.


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