Bristol's harbourside is a must-visit when in the city as the area has been developed to house a number of restaurants, shops, hotels and features a variety of activities along with several attractions. A dock where sailors used to set sail from in the past, the harbor is now a lively and busy area during the weekend when the Sunday market is on. Those enjoying a stroll around this area will come across the world renowned Brunel’s SS Great Britain, which is a must-visit attraction when in the city. At-Bristol Science Centre, Bristol Aquarium and M Shed are some of the other attractions that tourists might want to visit while in the area.
Around an hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The lively atmosphere, the attractions in the area
Since the city of Bristol is known to house a number of mosques, Muslim tourists will not find it difficult to locate prayer facilities when needed. Bristol Central Mosque, the Bristol Jamia Mosque, Shah Jalal Jame Mosque, Tawfiq Masjid and Centre, Easton Jamia Masjid and Albaseera Bristol Centre are some of the prayer facilities they could use when necessary. Those visiting the harbourside could ask locals to direct them to a nearby mosque when needed.
The harboursiode area is home to a number of restaurants; while all these outlets may not be Halal, a few may serve Halal cuisine. Muslim tourists requiring Halal cuisine could make inquiries at the mosque regarding the best Halal restaurants in this area. As Bristol is home to a sizeable Muslim Asian and Middle Eastern population, tourists will not find it difficult to locate Halal restaurants serving these cuisines.