Discover the romantic side of Bristol on a two-hour walking tour for couples. Marvel at the stunning Bristol Cathedral and the iconic Banksy’s Well Hung Lover. Climb Cabot Tower for panoramic city views, explore the charm of Christmas Steps, and indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of St Nicholas Market. Admire the historic Llandoger Trow pub, the elegance of Queen Square, and the beauty of the Harbourside. Experience the best of Bristol’s architecture, culture, and romance in this unforgettable walking tour.

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Bristol Cathedral

    A magnificent and historic cathedral that dates back to the 12th century, known for its stunning Gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass windows.

  • 2

    Banksy's Well Hung Lover

    Iconic artwork by the renowned street artist Banksy, depicting a man hanging from a window ledge by his fingertips. It has become a symbol of Bristol's vibrant street art scene.

  • 3

    Cabot Tower

    Striking tower situated in Brandon Hill Park, offering panoramic views of the city. It was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot's voyage to North America. (Outside visit)

  • 4

    Wills Memorial Building

    A grand neo-Gothic building that serves as the main building of the University of Bristol. It is an impressive landmark in the city, known for its imposing tower.

  • 5

    Christmas Steps

    A charming and historic set of steps lined with independent shops and boutiques. It is a popular spot for unique shopping experiences and exploring Bristol's rich history.

  • 6

    St Nicholas Market

    Vibrant and bustling market located in the heart of Bristol. It offers a wide range of stalls selling local produce, crafts, and street food, creating a lively atmosphere.

  • 7

    Llandoger Trow

    Hisotirc pub with a rich maritime history, believed to be the inspiration for the Admiral Benbow inn in Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." It is known for its characterful architecture and traditional charm. (Outside visit)

  • 8

    Queen Square

    A picturesque Georgian square surrounded by elegant buildings. It is a peaceful oasis in the city, with lawns, trees, and a central statue of William III on horseback.

  • 9


    A lively waterfront area that showcases Bristol's maritime heritage. It is home to museums, galleries, restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife scene, making it a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.

Meeting Point

In front of the Bristol Cathedral
(College Green, Bristol BS1 5TJ, UK) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.