Banksy, bridges and Brunel are just some of the incredible attractions that make Bristol famous.
Renowned for being the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the region, Bristol's economy is fuelled by the creative media, electronics and aerospace industries. There's so much always going on in our amazing City - we're here to help with guides to whats on in Bristol, all the events and even guides to the best restaurants in Bristol.
The birthplace of Aardman Animations, Bristol is the proud home of Wallace & Gromit and a number of other stop-motion clay animations including Chicken Run, Shaun the Sheep and Morph.
Famous faces hailing from the city include comedians Bill Bailey and Lee Evans, artist Damien Hirst, model Sophie Anderton and actor John Cleese.
As well as fantastic shopping centres like Cabot Circus and Cribbs causeway, a thriving sports scene and attractions including the SS Great Britain, the Clifton Suspension Bridge and @Bristol, Bristol boasts an impressive array of bars, clubs and restaurants.
Thanks to regular events at the Bristol Hippodrome and exhibitions at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, the city can also add flourishing arts scene to its list of achievements too.