Quick City Guide: Bristol, UK

The last time H and I visited the UK we flew in and out of Bristol instead of London.  It’s been a while since I had visited the city which is a shame as I lived there for a while before I started my touring life again.  I really couldn’t believe how much the city had change in appearance, but it still had the same good old cool, urban vibes which I love it for.

We intended to spend the day before our flight back to France in Bristol and Bath to do a little sightseeing.  This however didn’t go as planned!  As you can imagine it’s really hard saying goodbye and having to leave family and friends no matter how many times you do it, so we didn’t arrive in Bristol (Bath was a no-goer) until 5.30 in the evening the night before our flight.

So, here is a very quick Insta rundown of the few hours we did spend in Bristol and don’t forget you can follow me on Instagram to keep up to date on my daily doings and lovings.












Roamers & Seekers is a relatively new brand who are started dressing Bristolian musician Roni Size.  At the moment they have a pop-up store in Corn st which is well worth a visit.



The beautiful entrance to St Nichols market; at the weekend there are vintage stores out front and when you walk through the market check out the exterior outdoor area for little eateries and snack bars.



Had my eye on that denim jacket but it was take.




If you’re a #sneakerhead check out this upcoming event by #sneakerbox (June 2016)


I was introduced to El Puerto by a Spanish friend when we attended an afterparty by a Spanish brand being held there, which was a brilliant night so I always have fond memories when I’m there.

During our time in Bristol we:

Walked around: Clifton, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Park Street

Shopped at: St Nichols Market, Roamers and Seekers, Urban Fox, 5Pointz, Fopp, Fifty FiftyCarhartt

Ate at: El Puerto

Drank at: The Louisiana – The Louie is actually a music venue and have some great bands playing there (check out their site for some of the artists that have graced their stage) a must for music lovers and it’s run by the lovely Mig and his brother and father.

Danced at: The Thekla

Slept at: Radisson but wouldn’t really recommend it, really wanted to stay here but unfortunately it was all booked out.


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