City of Bristol
Looking for a new home in Bristol?
Bristol is a hugely popular place to live. New homebuyers are attracted to the excellent business and commercial opportunities in this key South West city. Bristol is home to national and international brands and businesses. There are two highly respected universities - big employers in the city. There's an independent spirit and buzzing atmosphere, fantastic shopping, top-class arts and cultural venues, a cosmopolitan foodie scene, and superb transport links. From the boutiques of Clifton Village to the laidback vibe of the Harbourside, this is a city for everyone.
New Homes in City of Bristol
Living in City of Bristol
Travel and transport
Bristol is served by the M4 and M5 connecting with Exeter and the South West, Cardiff and South Wales, Gloucester and the Midlands, Swindon, Reading, and London. Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway are mainline stations, ideal for commuting and for leisure travel. Bristol Airport, 8 miles south of the city centre, operates national, European, and international flights
Bristol is a city of many parts. For retail outlets, Cabot Circus and Cribbs Causeway offer a choice of national brands. Clifton, Park Street, Cotham and Gloucester Road are some of the best areas for independent shops and cafes. Cultural venues include the Royal West of England Academy of Art, the Arnolfini, and the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Landmarks include Bristol Cathedral, the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Downs, and the regenerated Harbourside. There’s a fantastic network of walking and cycle routes from the city, including the River Avon Trail, the Bristol and Bath Railway path and the Monarch’s Way.
Each area of Bristol has a wide range of education facilities for all ages. Clifton College is the city centre independent school. For further and higher education there is the City of Bristol College, South Gloucestershire & Stroud College, the University of Bristol, and the University of the West of England.