The good news is this exclusive area has more to offer than just designer boutiques.
Park Street and the Clifton Triangle have the likes of Reiss, White Stuff, Superdry etc and many more high street brands for all ages. With many young fashion designers showcasing their latest creations alongside the music stores and the vintage clothing shops.
If your looking for something more exclusive then you should probably head up to Clifton Village. Not only is it charming but as you wander the narrow streets you’ll discover small court yards, galleries, potters, jewelers and the like.
There are a completely diverse range of shops, but the one thing they have in common is quality. Whether you are looking for a new piece of art, furniture, a diamond ring or a new hat for Ascot you will find it here.
The largest of the book stores in this care are based around Park Street and the Clifton Triangle the largest of which is now Waterstones and Blackwells. There are also lots of smaller independent, niche and antique book shops in Clifton, making it a great place to explore.
Charity shops are almost 10 a penny here and they all appear to be well supported, meaning you may well grab a bargain and help your local community at the same time. Sounds like a win win situation to us!
Ladies beware, this part of Bristol is positively saturated with fantastic boutiques and fashion houses, with stunning garments for every possible occasion. Whether you need a new blouse for work or a wedding dress, you will not have to go very far to find just what you have always wanted.
Rackets, sports clothing, bags, equipment, in fact everything you can imagine. If your into your sport and you need anything from a new set of dart to a pair of Nike’s latest running shoes. You will be able to find them here.
Traditional childrens toys and the latest offerings from the likes of Playstaion and Nintendo. The choice is incredible and affordable. Why not see for your self.