Bristol lies between Gloucestershire and Somerset and is the most populated city in England. Bristol started out in the 1400’s a spot for voyages and exploration and evolved into a modern economic hub with trade in the creative media and electronics industries. There is also a specialization in aircraft production and manufacturing.
Bristol has been voted as one of the best places in both 2014 and 2017 and in 2015 won he European Green Capital Award for Bristol’s impact and efforts to clean up and look after the environment. There is also a thriving Arts and Crafts scene in Bristol, with various theatres and venues such as the Bristol Hippodrome and the Redgrave Theatre. There are also many venues for live music such as the Bristol Beacon, as well as art galleries and museums. This is truly a place for entertainment, culture, history and a good vibe whenever you are in the mood.
There are various trains and buses going in and out of Bristol, which makes it a very easily accessible place for commuting. For those who like to travel by bicycle, there are numerous cycling routes all over the city as well.