14 Jan

Bristol: City life in a less populous setting

Bristol: City life in a less populous setting

If you are looking to live in one of the many cities in England, one of the things that may put you off the bigger ones such as London, Birmingham or Manchester, will be the fact that they are heavily populated, and as such can be congested and very busy.

Don't let this impact your view of city life though, as there are many that offer the chance to enjoy an attractive way of living in a slightly quieter setting.

If you seek somewhere like this, and a place that puts an emphasis on culture and arts, perhaps ideal for young people who have just graduated from university and want to take the opportunity to find their first job, then you might just discover your ideal setting with property for sale in Bristol.

The city is the sixth biggest in England, putting it at a far more conservative population size than the likes of the capital, and meaning that you will find it slightly more tolerable if crowds and busy roads are not your thing.

Arts are one of the main focal points of the city though, and as well as being able to see works at some venues around the city by the elusive graffiti artist Banksy, residents can enjoy a range of productions at the many theatres on show.

The Theatre Royal is one of the most iconic buildings in Bristol, and it takes its fame in being the oldest continually used theatre in the whole country. On top of this, there are many other venues where locals can enjoy touring productions and live music, such as the 1,950 seater Hippodrome, and The Tobacco Factory.

In addition to this, there are a number of cultural events that will be perfect for those seeking out a little bit of an artistic input in their lives. The Foodies Festival counts Bristol as one of its seven national locations, and those looking to learn about foods can take a masterclass from Reggae Reggae Sauce entrepreneur Levi Roots, among others.

The See No Evil street art festival has also been a part of Bristol culture ever since 2011.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801521548-ADNFCR

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