Clifton Suspension Bridge
The Clifton Suspension Bridge over the lush Avon Valley is famous as one of the oldest existing steel suspension bridges in the world, and its beautiful appearance is a symbol of Bristol. The bridge is 412 meters long and spans the cliffs 75 meters above the Avon River, allowing visitors to walk up close and admire its massive structure, or take in the panoramic view of the surrounding nature from the nearby observation deck.
Located in the southwestern part of England, Bristol is a city spread out over the rolling hills surrounding the Avon River. Bristol has long developed as a trading center near the sea and is blessed with beautiful valley scenery. In recent years, the city has attracted attention as the birthplace of street artist Banksy, and is now a lively center of art, with his works and other colorful graffiti.