City of Bristol
Bristol is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city of half a million inhabitants with a prosperous maritime history, straddling the River Avon in the attractive south-west of England. Its former city-centre port is now a commercial and cultural hub with a wealth of shopping and entertainment facilities. The Harbourside, where the port’s 19th-century warehouses once stood, now contains an extraordinarily wide range of restaurants, shops and cultural institutions and is within easy walking distance of Bristol International College.
Bristol has been voted the best UK city to live in for under 26-year-olds and for job opportunities. Here are some reasons why Bristol won!
- Great connections
- Low unemployment
- Entrepreneurial spirit
- Thriving creative scene
- Buzzy culture and social life
- Access to fantastic countryside
- Varied and beautiful housing stock
- Reputation for academic excellence
- The people who make the city great
Bristol has also been voted the UK’s happiest city and is recognised globally as a world-class destination for education at all levels, making it the ideal location for Bristol International College … and for YOU!
Experience Bristol from your sofa with this virtual city visit from Visit Bristol