Originally published in 2004, the Naked Guide to Bristol has been fully revised and updated for its 7th edition. Bristol is changing quickly and the Naked Guide team have included all the latest food and drink openings as well as new features on the Star & Garter, University of the West of England, Bristol’s craft beer tradition, Bristol's historic pubs and the arrival of MetroBus. And of course the book has retained it’s alternative view of the city, celebrating Bristol’s counter-culture as much as its traditional heritage.
The book is divided into five sections:
1. An all-new welcome to Bristol section featuring must-see attractions and events
2. A detailed area guide to Central Bristol from BS1-BS8
3. An Up Close feature section on Bristol music, history, children’s Bristol, architecture, politics
4. Fully revised listings for pubs and bars; eating out; best breakfasts; shopping; culture; media;
sport; nightlife; events and gay Bristol.
5. A whole new section of maps to help you navigate the city.
The Naked Guide to Bristol is the leading guidebook to the city. Its alternative and often irreverent
view of the city has proved particularly popular with students and people relocating to the city who
want a crash course on the origins of the ‘Bristol Sound’, Banksy, street art and the counter culture
hotspots such as the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft.