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The City of Bristol is lively, modern and fashionable, but, at the same time, soaked in history.
It developed around its harbour on the River Avon becoming a flourishing commercial port from the 10th century onwards.
After John Cabot set sail in 1497 from Bristol to discover Newfoundland and North America it became known worldwide.
Bristol’s cathedral was founded as an Augustinian monastery in 1148.
The Theatre Royal, the oldest existing theatre in England, built in 1766, is the home of the Bristol Old Vic Company.
Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Brunel and opened in 1864, five years after his death.
Outside the 18th-century Exchange Building are four bronze pillars where merchants completed their transactions. The pillars are known as "nails" leading to the origination of the phrase ‘paying on the nail’.
Information for visitors to Bristol seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:
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