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VIDEO: Top 5 Water Activities in Bristol

10 September 2017 |

Once a bustling port city, today Bristol has become one of the UK’s most popular destinations. With world-class street art, excellent food and a thriving nightlife, it isn't hard to see why. However, with a rich maritime history, and vast bodies of water, some of the city's best things to do are off land. Among the extensive range of water based activities Bristol has to offer, we've rounded up the Top 5 for you to enjoy.
 

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