Rocatillos — Just 2 minutes walk away. Get to Berkelely Square and walk down the left and you can't miss it. Great for breakfast and the American Diner experience!
Browns — Practically opposite Rocatillos and at the top of Park Street. Sit on the steps with your favourite tipple and watch the world go by.
Waterfront — Down on the Waterfront, there are plenty of bars and restaurants, from No 1 Harbourside to The Stable and their amazing pizza and cider!
Brace & Browns — Located on Whiteladies Road and just past the BBC. If you're lucky enough to get a space, try their Prosecco Breakfast — unlimited breakfast and Prosecco for just £20 a head! Weekends only. Seriously dangerous.
Clifton Suspension Bridge — An iconic landmark with incredible views. Catch the No. 8 bus and ask for Clifton Village and it's just a few minutes walk from there. Explore Clifton Village too: it's lovely.
Brandon Hill and Cabot Tower — Literally less than 100 metres from the flat, you'd be daft not to explore two of Bristol's most treasured landmarks. The idyllic Brandon Hill gives you incredible views over Bristol whilst the views from Cabot Tower are even better! Not to be missed.
Bristol Zoo — Not far from The Downs, there's plenty to see and do at the Zoo! (See what I did there?) Again, catch the No. 8 bus for the quickest journey.
The Downs — Amazing open space with gorgeous views of The Suspension Bridge. The No. 8 bus will get you there, as will the 1, 2, 3, 40, 41 (all available from the top or bottom of Park Street).
Bristol Museum — Next door to Browns and at the top of Park Street, the museum is just a few minutes walk away. Once home to the Banksy exhibition. Free entry too.
St Nicks Market — Located on Corn Street near the Centre, St Nicks Market is a vibrant indoor and outdoor market with some amazing food stands.
Ashton Court — Free to explore open space that hosts the infamous Balloon Fiesta (11-14th August). Easiest way to get there is to walk across the Suspension Bridge. Note that the Bridge is sometimes closed during Balloon Fiesta weekend.
Explore Bristol by Boat — One of my favourite little excursions. Get a 45-minute guided tour of Bristol for £6. Boats leave from a jetty along the Waterfront (just past the Watershed). Times: 11:15 am, 12:00 noon, 12:45, 14:30, 15:15 and 16:00 pm.
Take a Banksy Tour — Explore the infamous Banksy's work with the free to download Tour App.
Go Shopping — With Park Street at the end of the road, it's hard not to experience one of Bristol's most famous streets. For an alternative shopping experience, head over to Gloucester Road with its bars, restaurants and quirky shops. The No 70-73 buses will get you there.
Explore @Bristol — Located on Millenium Square (just off College Green), @Bristol is an interactive science experience full of fascinating facts and things to get your hands on.
Discover its Past — The M-Shed is well worth checking out. A fun and innovative museum all about Bristol! Currently housing an exhibition about the History of Children's Television.
Visit College Green and Cathedral — Just 5 minutes walk away and at the bottom of Park Street, College Green is a great place to just sit and relax. Whilst there, why not check out the Cathedral too.