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The west country has some of the best traditional grub' in the UK, with classic British food like Sunday roasts as an obvious choice. However Bristol also features one of the best food scenes in the country, with a mixture of casual dining spots to high-end cuisine.
Whilst cider is the most recognisable drink in this area of the country, Bristol is a hotbed for cocktail spots, bottomless brunches and the more traditional pubs. Whatever your taste, Bristol probably has it.
Bristol is the heart of the west and hugely accessible to other vibrant cities like Bath, Exeter and Cardiff. However the area is also home to some of the best countryside spots in the UK; only a short distance to The Cotswolds, Mendip and Wessex Downs.
Bristol has a deep, rich history, including the 'Birthplace of America', the infamous 'Captain Blackbeard's' hometown, and a trading port that dates back to the Roman era!
Bristol was voted 'The Sunday Times Best Places to Live' in 2017, also being named one of the '10 Happiest Cities to Work' in the UK by The Guardian.
The city has impressive culture surrounding it, with a deep music scene that pioneered 'Drum & Bass' and 'Trip-Hop', and is even home to famous Bristolian and graffiti artist, Banksy.