Bristol

With nearly 500 stores, 2 indoor shopping centers, more than 50 cafes and restaurants, easy access and parking, the city center of Bristol offers the widest and best choice for all the southwest stores of England . The recently refurbished pedestrian streets offer a pleasant setting with open spaces for shopping or relaxing. Major retailers are thus present at Bristol Debenhans, Marks & amp; Spencer, British Homes Stores and the second largest Primark in England. A s it adds, a wide selection of independent shops allow the city to offer a diversity of stores difficult to compete with. Cabot Circus is a gigantic 3-story shopping mall that offers visitors downtown over 120 stores, including 15 flagship stores, as well as Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser stores. Cabot Circus also features all the brands you might expect: Zara, All Saints, Fat Face, Cult Clothing Topshop and full of others. Over 25 restaurants and cafes offer a multitude of options to customers wishing to rest their feet, enjoy a latte quick coffee or a delicious lunch at Giraffe, Yo Sushi, Coal Grill & amp!; Bar and Krispy Kreme donuts. A Quakers Friars, the famous French chef Raymond Blanc Brasserie Blanc owns a restaurant serving delicious menus for lunch and dinner. Local, seasonal, reasonably priced agree very well with small budgets. Moviegoers will in turn filled with the arrival of the 3rd largest Showcase Cinema de Lux UK: 13 screens (including 4 3