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No visit to the area would be complete without a visit to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol most iconic landmarks, and described by Isambard Kingdom Brunel as "My first love, my darling".

It spans the Avon Gorge and River Avon, linking Clifton in Bristol to Leigh Woods in North Somerset.

One of Bristol’s most exciting hubs is the dockside Wapping Wharf, where shops are compact and quirky. Clamber up the city’s infamously steep streets to Clifton Village, and you'll find yourself in a neighbourhood that feels like a completely different town. Art, antiques and interior designs can be sniffed out in the Victorian Clifton Arcade, which dates back to 1878   And ask any Bristolian about Gloucester Road and they’ll tell you their favourite fact: the street has the most independent shops of any in the country. While hopping from shop to gallery to café, look out for the transient street art lining your way, which mutates as the year progresses.

For sporting fans everywhere, Ashton Gate Stadium is home to Premiership Rugby team the Bristol Bears and Bristol City Football, and is just 4 miles away.

Clifton Observatory

Just across the valley is Tyntesfield, a stunning Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate and now owned by the National Trust.