Bristol’s city centre is the commercial hub of the city it is the cultural and business central of Bristol and is bound together by the floating harbour to the south, St Paul’s and Easton to the North, Temple Mead and Redcliffe to the east and Clifton to the West. The city centre can be divided into three specific areas, The Centre, Broadmead and Harbourside.
Green space: Castle Park, Queen Square and College Green.
Shopping: shopping is Bristol can come in all shapes and sizes whether you prefer commercial well-known branded shops like River Island and House of Fraser which can be found in Cabot Circus or more local shops such as what you can find at a number of markets situated in and around the city centre. Bristol will have the shop for you.
Eating and drinking: Pieminster, steak of the art, The Ox, Aquila and Piccolino.
Schools: City of Bristol College, Colston’s Girls’ School, St Mary Redcliffe and QEH School.