Bristol is known to be one of the prettiest cities in the country, and I was not disappointed. I moved from a small town about 4 hours away from Bristol, so it was a big change for me. But I am so glad I did. I'm someone who enjoys scenery, tall places that I can stand at the top and admire the views. The Clifton Suspension bridge is one of my favourite places to be in Bristol. Theres so many different parts of it that you can stand and never get bored. I live very near the centre, and just above the bus station. So if I ever need to get anywhere it's pretty likely that it will be easy and quick. The buses run regularly, and there is a mega bus stop a five minute walk away from the bus station. There's also temple meads train station which is either a 25 minute walk tops, or a quick bus journey. It's never hard to get around Bristol which is something I love about it. There are a variety of different clubs around in Bristol depending on what type of music you're into, drinks, prices, location etc. It all depends on the type of person you are. Weatherspoons is the beginning of many students' nights outs, whilst also being a general place to eat, drink and catch up. There are many dotted around the centre. Depending on where you're going, spoons will quite probably be close to you. If you were to eat out in any city, I would definitely recommend Bristol. It's wide range of different restaurants gives you so many options. Cabot circus is full of a varied range of both shops and eating places, ranging from Nandos, KFC, TGI Fridays, YO Sushi and many others. I wouldn't say that Bristol is unreasonably expensive. However, if you wanted to stay in a hotel close to the city centre you're looking at large amounts of money whether booked in advance or not. None-the-less, if you wanted to be close to everything and be able to see all the sights quickly and efficiently I'd say it would b easier to book a hotel in the centre for your general benefit. But there are hotels, hostels and B&Bs a little outside of the centre that are less expensive but still give reasonable access to travel to where you intend to go. Being a student, I wouldn't say I have experienced the whole entertained section of Bristol, however I am aware that the hippodrome theatre is one of the main sources of entertainment in town. It's very close to a range of different pubs, bars and restaurants. Overall, I think that Bristol is a beautiful city and if you're ever considering visiting/moving I recommend it highly.