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Shopping in Bristol

There are some great areas for shopping in Bristol and whether you're seeking designer labels, high street fashion or independent retailers at Bristol market, you're sure to find something that appeals.

The main shopping areas in Bristol

Broadmead is the main shopping destination in the city and you will find a wide range of shops in Bristol in this area. With huge high street names such as Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, H&M and Miss Selfridge, as well as independent retailers selling designer labels and jewellery, there is something for everyone.

Another popular area for shopping in Bristol is the covered Cabot Circus, located within the city centre. Here you will find some top designer names including Hugo Boss, French Connection, Kurt Geiger and Ted Baker. There are also fashionable and cutting edge stores like Urban Outfitters, Zara and American Apparel here. Cabot Circus is more than just a shopping centre in Bristol though as it also has a cinema and a number of respected chain restaurants including La Tasca and Yo! Sushi. There are also many other cafes and bars in which you can take a break from a hard day pounding the shops in Bristol.

The Galleries, located near to Cabot Circus, is another shopping area with some top names and independent retailers. As well as high street fashion, you will also find a number of furniture and homeware shops, as well as some specialist retailers.

Off the beaten track shopping in Bristol

If you're seeking unique items, hard to find objects and bric-a-brac, there are some great areas in Bristol for an alternative shopping experience.

Bristol Markets

St Nicholas Market is the main Bristol market and here you will find the largest number of independent retailers in the city, selling items ranging from foodstuffs, furniture, second hand books and much more. St Nicholas Market also holds a weekly farmers' market every Wednesday, a monthly book market, various art markets, and the Slow Food Market, where a number of traders sell locally produced food and cider.

The Old Market is another popular Bristol market and here you will find all manner of eclectic items, with specialist traders selling goods such as extreme sports equipment, fancy dress clothing and musical instruments.