LNOF Guide to Bristol
As one of the top stag weekend destinations in the UK, you can expect Bristol to be a bit tasty. Bristol is a hell of a lot more than applejack, country strolls and canal boats. This place is all about pumping clubs, lively bars, excellent eateries, first-rate music venues, beautiful buildings, fantastic stores and stunning women.
The cathedral, university buildings, bridges and towers accentuate the city’s history and grace, whilst the eye-catching docklands area merely hints at the outstanding nightlife on offer all around you. Your stag weekend in Bristol could go in a million different directions, but, whatever happens, rest assured you won’t be bored for a second once this town gets hold of you.
Bierkellers, boats, Brunel, bridges... and beer. Bristol boasts a rip-roaring drinking culture that dovetails perfectly with the history and splendour that’s all around you. Cool, thriving bars – all within decent walking distance of each other – decorate the city’s trendier sections, busy patrons mixing well into the early hours in a very open, friendly atmosphere.
Corn Street, Whiteladies Road, and the Clifton sector make visitors feel at home with a mixture of strong ales, lively crack and flowing music. Museums, exhibitions, festivals, photo-worthy landmarks, historic buildings, barges, bridges and a string of intriguing shops will all register with you at some point during your Bristol stag weekend – although, not perhaps as much as the casinos, lap clubs, karting centres, bierkellers, restaurants, pubs and clubs galore.