A new TV advert has launched last weekend, staring Aardman double-act Wallace and Gromit, to encourage Britons to holiday at home this summer.
This summer, one of the country’s most iconic characters will be unleashed on the streets of Bristol. Gromit the famous plasticine dog created by Nick Park of Bristol-based Aardman animations and silent sidekick of cheese-loving Wallace, is set to decorate the streets of the city for ten weeks in a major new public art trail named Gromit Unleashed.
Whilst English tourism suffered during the Easter weekend as Brits escaped the cold spell for sunnier shores, a new survey from localpeople.co.uk reveals that there is still hope, as nearly 8 million holidaymakers plan to stay in the UK for their holiday in 2013.
Construction work has begun on a major new elephant sanctuary in Bristol, which is expected to be the largest elephant sanctuary in Europe.
Virgin Balloon Flights will be celebrating the Great British summer by hosting a unique tea party in the sky, and are offering one lucky winner the chance to be a guest.
IdealShortBreaks.co.uk travels to the south-western UK city of Bristol to discuss organic Farmers’ markets, traditional pubs and famous street artists, with local, Alaina Henderson.
If you live in London, you may well be considering escaping during the Royal Wedding bank holiday weekend. Even the most ardent royalist may want to avoid the traffic chaos and influx of tourist for the nuptials of Prince William.
Take your partner on a West Country city break this February and discover a range of romantic activities and attractions for couples in Bristol on Valentine's Day, from outdoor ice-skating and local artisan chocolates to an indulgent spa treatment.
Sometimes it pays to let someone else do the hard work at Christmas and Four Pillars has something for every taste at a choice of six delightful properties in Oxfordshire, the Cotswolds and Bristol.
Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline and the UK's Number One Domestic carrier, has started a new 2010/11 winter programme from Bristol Airport, offering travellers a choice of up to 74 flights a week on four routes.