Posted: May 10, 2018
Blogs and articles about Bristol City Centre and its businesses
We often spot lovely blogs and articles mentioning City Centre BID levy payers on social media and thought we’d share some of the latest links in one place.
The Visit Bristol blog is always worth a read, new posts are added regularly including the popular #FoodFriday series, which often features places to eat and drink in the City Centre BID area, and a monthly theatre preview, which, of course, always includes the shows coming up at Bristol Old Vic and The Bristol Hippodrome.
The best seat in the house: an unashamedly crip trip to the cinema
A great blog by Raquel Meseguer about the horizontal cinema experience at Watershed.
“Squint a little into the sun and Bristol could be San Francisco. OK, it’s not next to the ocean, but its hills, artists, musicians and vaguely anti-corporate vibe do have something in common with America’s most radical city. Bristol’s most famous contemporary artist, Banksy, sets the tone, his renegade social commentary and graffiti decorating various bits of the city centre. But it’s above all the more chilled, relaxed approach to life here that gives it most in common with America’s West Coast. That and the fact that the natives wouldn’t dream of living anywhere else.”
Lots of City Centre BID levy payers feature in this guide to Bristol, which includes places to stay, where to eat and drink, shopping, and things to do.
Bristol hotels – eight of the best places to stay
The top 7 UK destinations for 2019
The Florist on Park Street gets a mention in this article by Luxury Lifestyle Magazine, which has Bristol has the number one place to visit in the UK in 2019.
Where to go on holiday in 2019
Bristol Museum is name checked by The Guardian in this article, its exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci drawings (1 February – 6 May) being one of the reasons that Bristol is top of the UK section of the holiday hotlist for 2019.
2019 Bristol Bucket List
A theatre tour, pre-show dining, and a show at Bristol Old Vic is at the top of The Millennial Runaway’s Bristol bucket list and there’s also a mention for the tea blending workshops at Bird & Blend on Park Street.