From early 2016, one of the most beautiful, vibrant parts of the city, Bristol’s Harbourside, will be home to Michelin-starred restaurant, Casamia.
Bristol’s Casamia is one of the city’s three Michelin-starred venues and in early 2016, the restaurant will make the exciting move from Westbury-upon-Trym to the former Bristol General Hospital on the Harbourside. One of the most beautiful and vibrant parts of the city, Bristol’s Floating Harbour is home to museums, family attractions, galleries, bars and restaurants. Discover Brunel’s ss Great Britain, a Banksy mural, At-Bristol Science Centre, Bristol Aquarium, M Shed and Arnolfini (one of Europe’s leading centres for contemporary arts) dotted around the water’s edge.
There are also weekly markets and a range of water sports including paddle boarding, rowing and yachting. Ferries travel up and down the water regularly so it’s easy to combine sight-seeing with a spot of award-winning food whilst soaking up a bit of Bristolian life.
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