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4 Most Festive Places to visit in Bristol this Christmas

There is nothing quite like warm mince pies and a glass of mulled wine. From markets to pop up bars Bristol always has something exciting going on during the Christmas period. Here are 4 of our favourite places to go to around the festive season.

Seamus O’Donnell’s

An old-fashioned Irish pub set in the heart of Bristol’s Old City. It’s one of our favourite spots to go to for post-work beers! The place is full of charm and character and around Christmas time there is a great atmosphere. If whisky and beer is your thing this is the place to be!

Christmas Steps

The Christmas Steps is a fabulously quirky pub with a cosy & traditional atmosphere, perfect for the festive period. The food and drinks are sourced locally and it is very popular amongst locals.

The Après Ski Bar

The Apres Ski Bar is a pop-up bar constructed from shipping containers serving a selection of mountain snacks, beer and mulled wine. Expect log fires, fur-lined loungers and ski props décor. It’s a nice rustic retreat to get you into that Christmas feeling.

Christmas Market

If you are short on gift ideas or looking for that festive feeling the Christmas market is the place to be! Located in Broadmead, in the Bristol Shopping Quarter, there are over 50 wooden chalet-style stalls full of locally handmade goods and Fairtrade products.

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