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Bristol 31 december

by gerico.one

I am going to come in Bristol 3/4 days for the end of the year 2007 with a friend.

For me it's very important to find a vibrant nightlife.
We are italians so we don't need a few drinks. What about the cost to "come in " in the clubs?

Last year i have been in the south, in Bournemouth, the accomodation it wasn't cheaper but the cost of the nightlife was good, 1/2 pouds for "come in" and only in the weekend,so also the cost of the drinks was good of our local standards.

I need any useful information about Bristol clubbing nightlife. thanks

Re: Bristol 31 december

by aaaarrgh

If you mean you are visiting for New Year celebrations, then everywhere will be expensive at this time. And things are very busy near to Christmas. Bristol is much bigger than Bournmouth and you may sometimes pay about 5 GBP to get into the big clubs. But if you arrive early, then often you can get in at no cost. There are also several very nice places which are always free to enter.

It depends on what type of club/music/nightlife you want.

As I say, for New Year's Eve many places will charge admission and maybe sell tickets in advance. You will need to be out early to guarantee getting in somewhere.

Re: Bristol 31 december

by northeast80

As mentioned above if you want to get into a club for New Years Eve you will have to buy a ticket in advance and they're expensive, around £20-25.
I live in Bristol and the average cost is £5 entry on most nights, though I tend to go to bars rather than clubs. A good club is the Thekla, it's an old boat with good live bands playing.
An average cost of lager is about £2-2.50 a pint. I'd recommend you try going out down Park Street, there's lots of bars down there and they're classier than around the Waterfront of in the city centre. Clifton has a lot of 'posh' bars/pubs, more expensive too. There's a few bars down Gloucester Road, that's where a lot of students live so it's quite cheap with lots of restaurants.

Re: Bristol 31 december

by gerico.one

thanks guys for replies.

Travel Tips for Bristol

Just near the city centre,...

by delon

Just near the city centre, your will find the College green and the Bristol Cathedral which is another tourist attraction. The Cathedral dates back to the 12th century when it was founded as an Abbey, it was later (in the 16th century) made a cathdral. It contains some elegant stained glass work.

Building bridges

by TheLongTone

The Clifton Suspension Bridge, a spectacular engineering feat serving little vital function (it's not that it doesn't go anywhere, it's simply that no-one needs to go where it leads often enough to justify such an effort) is a most appropriate choice for Bristol's signature image. For the city is absolutely rammed with bridges of one kind or another, and many push engineering ingenuity to the point of mannerism or beyond while being hardly necessary. And of course there's the horned bridge, which is in a category all of it's own.

Sadly, although we have bascule bridges and swing bridges, we don't have a transporter bridge or a pontoon bridge (to complete the collection).... but nowhere's perfect.

I like bridges.....which is why I intend to write as many tips about them as I can!

Little to see: the river Frome

by TheLongTone

Bristol is where it is because this is where the river Frome flows into the Avon. Firstly, the inlet provided a mooring: secondly the confluence created a peninsular with a nice defendable mound sheilded by soggy meadows.

The Avon is now a very heavily managed waterway - as noted elsewhere- and the Frome is almost completely invisible except for the evidence of street names.

The mouth of the Frome is now St Augustine's Reach. From here, the "Tramways Centre" was part of the harbour until covered over in the nineteenth century, the anchorage stopping at St Johns Bridge, now a streetsign on a segment of traffic management.

St Lewin Mead, Broadmead: mead meaning water-meadow. The river briefly resurfaces the other side of Cabot Circus, where there is a small riverside park, then it's underground again along Frome Street (a pedestrian way nestled alongside the motorway) until the Eastville sluice.

IMAX Theatre

by Aragina about IMAX Theatre

IMAX is IMAX an experience in itself

Films showing:

Destiny in Space

T-Rex 3D

The secret of life on Earth

The Old man and the sea
Cyberworl 3D Wear what you like

Good pizza in England is possible

by juzz about Acappella

A small, very cosy bar+pizzeria+tapas a little off the centre in Bristol, Wells road. Being an Italian I was very sceptic when I tried their pizza but I must admit is very god! They don't sell alchool, but they have a "bring your own" policy (for alcohol only) and there's a wine and beer shop just next door. One pizza costs about 8/9 Pounds.

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