One of the UK's most respected institutions, University of Bristol is also located just 20 minutes walk from one of its most exciting cities. From the M-Shed, charting the city's maritime heritage and role in the slave trade, to the massive, ever-changing street art and murals along Stokes Croft or Nelson Street, Bristol is city where past and present sit side by side. Nature lovers can also enjoy a delightful stroll or cycle along the gorgeous Kennet and Avon Canal, which begins in Bristol.
Mix with University of Bristol's students
Bristol has a huge student student population - over 20,000 alone attend University of Bristol. That means the city supports Somerset's most vibrant eating, drinking and nightlife scene. The student hub of Gloucester Road is lined with food options, from Vietnamese to Keralan to Brazilian. It's also lined with bustling bars catering to students, locals and visitors alike. For finger-on-the-pulse club nights, head to Motion, the city's home of electronic, house and techno.
Take the kids to Noah's Ark Zoo Farm
Less than 20 minutes from the University of Bristol, kids big and small will love Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, home to lions, tigers, elephants and rhinos. That's not all, tvisitors can take on the UK's largest hedge maze, whilst young ones can enjoy 15 fun-packed adventure play areas.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near University of Bristol? Travelodge Bristol Central Hotel is perfect for the canal, or Travlodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane Hotel is right in the centre of town.