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Famous for its connection with Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and his iconic bridges and ships, Bristol is very much a modern day attraction with its harbour, stylish shopping centre and theatres.
Fly from Edinburgh to Bristol and discover some of Brunel's marvels. Designed and opened in 1864 the Clifton Suspension Bridge spans the Avon Gorge, and originally carried horse-drawn carriages but, today, 12,000 cars cross it daily. To learn all about the structure book a tour of the bridge at the visitor centre on the Leigh Woods side of the bridge.
Now restored as a showpiece, Brunel's iron ship, the ss Great Britain, was the most-powerful vessel of her time. Open daily, she dominates the waterfront, and at more than 320ft long, stands out against the smaller ships and boats which surround her. Brunel's masterpiece is now used as an educational source and is a national monument.
Bristol is rightly proud of hosting England's oldest continuously working theatre. The Georgian era Old Vic Theatre opened around 1766 and offers an excellent repertory programme as well as local and national theatre companies. Many international stars began at the Old Vic including Peter O'Toole, Jeremy Irons and Miranda Richardson, to name but a few.
As well as theatre, Bristol is famous for the Arnolfini, a venue for contemporary arts. Open every day, visitors can see live art, art house films and dance. The five galleries are free and host family days to keep visitors of all ages amused.
Bristol has everything for the visitor either as individuals, groups, or families.