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Level 8
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Overall rating: 9
Surroundings and tours: The open-top bus tour is interesting and comprehensive... there are various bus lines that take you to Bath, which you can visit in just one day.... another place to go is the Bristol Channel Coast to see the low tide, which is considered to be one of the most impressive in the world with about 12/14 meters difference in hight.....
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Level 1
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Overall rating: 8
General opinion: In the huge city of Bristol you will find everything what you need. A huge variety of culture activities, shops, pubs, etc. Bristol is very famous for the music scene and also for the street art. Although, when you visit Bristol you should be prepared to walk a lot (buses are very expensive) - up and down, because it is very hilly!
Not to be missed:
Bristol street art
Pub: The old duke
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Level 9
Overall rating: 10
Not to miss: Shopping at Broadmead, Cabot Circus and Park Street. Nightlife: pubs around the Triangle, Park Street, nightclubs: Syndicate and Oceana. Walking: Clifton, to the Suspension Bridge and Castle Park and Brandonhill and Cabot Tower. Historic centre: from Queen Square to the cathedral.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  The British Empire and Commonwealth Museum covers the imperial past of the British dynasty as well as its impact on modern day life.
Queen Elizabeth I once stayed in the Red Lodge in the Great House.
The brilliant oak panelling, artistically carved stone chimneypiece, plasterwork ceiling and other rooms with a Georgian style of architecture are worth visiting.
Blaise Castle House Museum and Estate is a 19th century mansion which has a museum with many historical collections.
There is a park area, children’s adventure playground and café to be ... More enjoyed.
The University Botanic Garden has four thousand five hundred varieties of plants and is spread over 5 acres of green land.
St. Mary’s Redcliffe Church is a beautiful parish church built in the thirteenth century and is a wonderful example of Gothic architecture.
The Bristol Zoo Gardens have more than four hundred unusual and endangered species of animals.  A visit here is a treat for animal lovers.      
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Bristol is a city with a population of more than four thousand people and is the 6th most populated city in England.
This is one of the warmest cities in UK, with sunny weather and is partially sheltered by the Mendip Hills and Exmoor.
The aerospace industry of the city has contributed to the economic development of the region. 
The docks area in the centre of the city has been restored as a centre of culture and heritage.
The city is popular for its film and music industry and is home to several live music concerts.
A combination of ... More pop and hip hop music is part of the urban culture here in Bristol.
There are a number of museums and art galleries in the city which exhibit modern photography, art and cinema as well.
The city is home to the regional headquarters of the BBC and frequently the areas around Bristol feature in history programs on TV.     
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Level 9
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: nice places
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