Just 20 minutes from Bristol, this breath-taking Georgian city is renowned for its beautiful architecture, and idyllic scenery. It has been designated a World Heritage Site, and holds various historic sites, such as the Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Centre, and the famous Bath Crescent.







The capital of Wales, a beautiful port city, and packed with stuff to do! Take a walk along the bay, learn about the history of Wales at the Cardiff Story Museum, or step into history at the Cardiff Castle. Just 40 minutes away too!




Cheddar Gorge

This is a limestone gorge where caving, climbing and cliff-top walking are all possible. Just 40 minutes from Bristol, Cheddar Gorge boasts gorgeous sceneries, exciting adventures, educational workshops and is perfect for a group day trip.





Castle Combe

Just half an hour from Bristol, this traditional English village is like stepping into the past. The picturesque town has been the set for various famous films and series, such as Stardust and Downton Abbey.







Just 30 minutes from Bristol you have this typically British seaside town. You can enjoy an ice cream on the beach, a donkey ride across the sand, various games along the pier, and a traditional English fish and chips. This is a perfect day trip for a group. Weston also hosts the famous Air Festival, an airplane spectacle.







This is another beautiful English seaside town. Only half an hour from Bristol, you can enjoy the sunset along the famous pier with a traditional fish and chips. Clevedon has the oldest purpose built cinema in the world, which is definitely worth a visit. Also, this pier has been featured in a One Direction video!







Just an hour from Bristol lies this beautiful, small and typically English village. Brean has a population of just 635! Despite it being so small, Brean boasts a large amusement park, a natural pier with dramatic cliffs and many other fun activities. There is lots to see and do!

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