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With an estimated population of 433,000, Bristol is the most populous city in South West England. Still, the cost of living in Bristol is cheaper than in London and many other traditional UK destinations that may be popular for learning English, which is good news students who wish to learn English on a long-term basis.
Learn English in Bristol and you will soon see that Britain has much more to offer than the traditional tourist destinations!
The city is conveniently located just 10 minutes by train from the elegant city of Bath, less than 2 hours from London, a short drive from the rural splendor of The Cotswolds and places of interest such as Stonehenge and Glastonbury, where the famous Glastonbery Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is held each year on the last weekend of June.
Bristol has enjoyed a rich and eventful past, and many parts of the city are much as they were hundreds of years ago. One clear example of this is the Berkeley Castle, England's oldest inhabited castle. It is also the most green and environmentally friendly city in Britain, bursting with events and festivals throughout the year, from waterfront regattas to fresh food markets and concerts to carnivals. During the summer the city enjoys the International Balloon Festival, as well as the Harbor and jazz festival.
Bristol is also home to the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. Its spectacular setting on the cliffs of the Avon Gorge have made it the symbol of Bristol, drawing thousands of visitors a year just to stroll across it for views of the gorge and of elegant Clifton.
Bristol has two world class universities - University of Bristol and the University of West of England - all contribute to Bristol being a top destination for students to learn English. The city is green, historic and has a young atmosphere. It is a traditional English city and a true taste of England.
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