31 Jul 2020
If shopping is your thing then Bristol’s Cabot Circus is the place of your dreams and with a bus stop just outside you can hop on and off a breeze. With shops galore there is something for everyone, from clothes to tech all under one roof! Once you’re all shopped out why not take in some of the amazing eateries on offer with restaurants and bars, cafes and takeaways, you are sure to find something to tickle your taste buds.
Want to learn about all things underwater? The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth has all the answers. It’s the UK’s largest aquarium, located within walking distance of the coach station. From sharks to sea horses you can see it all. It is run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean.
Do you enjoy a slower pace of life? Why not soak up the sun at Exeter Quay. With an array of cafes, restaurant’s and green spaces you’ll be spoilt for spots to relax. If you are feeling more adventurous you can hire bikes, canoes and pedalo’s to take in the scenery and have a splash.
If you like the wilder things in life then Bristol Zoo is the place for you. The Zoo is home to an array of animals including; Red Pandas, Pythons and Armadillos. With an activity centre, adventure playground and extensive gardens there is plenty to keep the whole family busy. Don’t just take our word for it; Bristol Zoo Gardens has been awarded the accreditation of Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.
Nature lovers this one’s for you, the River Parrett Trail is a long-distance footpath that can be used for walking, jogging, or running, following the route of the River Parrett in Somerset, England. The perfect way to get your steps in whilst taking in the beautiful countryside.