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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Bristol City Centre From 20 USD

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Karina
Karina
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Just like any city that was once a port, Bristol has many stories to tell. The city centre is now buzzing with the atmosphere of a cultural hub, filled with museums, pubs and restaurants. People often enjoy wandering around Queen Square where they can stop for lunch or just have coffee in one of the coffee shops nearby. Visitors like to admire the churches in the area: St Mary Redcliffe (an Anglican church) and Temple Church, a ruined church from the 12th century that was bombed in the Second World War and is now just walls and grass, without windows or floor. On the other side of the River Avon, there are a lot of museums, concert and theatre venues. Are you planning a trip soon? Then check out these hotels and vacation rentals near Bristol’s City Centre!

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Karina is a content creator based in Bucharest, Romania, world traveler, F.R.I.E.N.D.S obsessed, and coffee addict, dreaming of one day calling Colorado home. Some of her favorite destinations...Read more

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