Bristol City Docks

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Bristol City Docks
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JuneBug1939
Weston super Mare, UK3,627 contributions
Jan 2022
We walked 15 minutes from Bedminster Station to the fairly-new development at Wapping Wharf. What an eye-opener! I never realised what delights we would find behind the M Shed. There are restaurants galore, Italian, Mexican eateries, fish restaurants, exotic fruit shops, gift shops, a fabulous bookshop (Bookhaus) where I bought a book for my daughter's upcoming birthday, and the whole development is very atmospheric and so different around there. We thought we were abroad somewhere! Highly recommended
Written January 19, 2022
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pblaings
Potters Bar, UK62 contributions
Jan 2022
Lots of nice restaurants by the docks. Lovely at night and very busy. Hate to think what it must be like in the summer
Written January 11, 2022
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Ian S
Dorset, UK13 contributions
Oct 2021
Bristol history is quite turbulent. Enjoy the attractions take in the atmosphere, do a walking tour. Sit and people watch. Its suprisingly a relaxing place even with the hustle and brussel of bikes, boats, scooters and people. I stayed local for 3 days, and explored. It was great.
Written October 20, 2021
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V4832QNpa
London, UK144 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
Nice walk around the docks, worth a visit if you are visiting the area. Nice places to grab a coffee and see nice views of surrounding areas.
Written October 7, 2021
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Abid S
Huddersfield, UK32 contributions
Aug 2021
On our visit to Bristol, we felt there was something missing, something about this famous city that we just hadnt explored. Yes we went around the centre, the parks, the museums and the missing component which really made our visit memorable was going to the harbourside. We parked up at the Millenium square, came up the lift and as soon as the lift opened to our suprise there was a fairground, some rides and hook a duck stalls. Great for the kids, i exclaimed to myself, yes i did it, finally found the missing piece to summarise our journey. It had a science museum and an aquarium within a short walk, we strolled across on the banks of the docks, seeing some lovely boats parked up, and just enjoyed the lovely scenery. What i loved about the docks is that theyve modernised it and there are plenty of restaurants etc. Add this beauty to you iterniary, you wont regret it !
Written September 3, 2021
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Stephen V
10 contributions
Aug 2021
Great place for a walk any time of day. Lots to see and observe whether it be early morning, when a lot more peaceful, or during the daytime when everyone is up and about.
Written August 20, 2021
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Julie E
Nottingham, UK235 contributions
Jul 2021
A lovely place to walk around and experience, you can see and visit SS Great Britain and there are various bars and restaurants for you to visit.
Written August 13, 2021
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johnhp702
Derby, UK15,712 contributions
Jul 2021
Walking along the dock area there is so much to see and admire about the past and the present day. History is everywhere, the giant dock crains reaching into the sky, the old boats moored alongside and it is great to see the old buildings coming back to life with museums/bars and restaurants
Written July 24, 2021
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Kevin C
Peterborough, UK113 contributions
Jun 2021
Had the pleasure of walking round the dock area. Lots of nice bars and restaurants along the waterfront. Some areas undergoing work but all for the better. Just shows that any city/town with a waterfront needs to exploit it for tourism and a place for people to go that's out of the ordinary.
Written June 25, 2021
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desito07
Portsmouth, UK1,526 contributions
May 2021 • Family
Very lively place with cafes and restaurants. Nice do a walk on a sunny day. Kids loved it. There is a ferry service to Ss Brunel which cost £1.20 one way, kids under 5 are free of charge. The waterfront walks are showing the true beauty of this city. The colourful buildings around add some charm. Lovely area!
Written June 20, 2021
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