Very nice tower. Cabot Tower. Located not far from the center of Bristol. The mountain air is fresh and comfortable. Not bad. Lots of birds. Beware of the bird peck. Vegetation is good. Green and green. Free visit. Tower is magnificent. Not many tourists. Are mostly locals walking. More stories and history. Had a chance to see. Nice.
The Cabot tower in Bristol was built in 1890 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Giovanni Cabot's voyage from Bristol to present-day Canada. The tower is 32 meters high and is constructed of red sandstone and cream bath stone. It includes a spiral staircase and two viewing platforms, where you can overlook the entire city of Bristol. This tower can be climbed to the top for free, but the stairs are so narrow that no one can go up and down at the same time. Fortunately, there are very few tourists here, otherwise it would be embarrassing for someone to go up and down.
A very interesting memorial tour if you want to see a different tower too, the Cabot Tower is definitely up to your standards, this one was built to commemorate the hundreds of years of sailing, and is very interesting to visit, Located in [Park St, Bristol, England] ▓ Ticket Price: Free ▓ Open Time: All Day ▓ Traffic: From the city center, about 10 minutes walk to reach the tower, which is about 30 meters high, built by Bathstone, and is very bright colored, It was red sandstone, when I climbed the tower, there were two great views, different views of the whole city, it was really spectacular and it was possible to climb the top of the tower, but the embarrassing thing was that his stairs were really narrow, There are two people on both sides, otherwise it is not a retreat or a retreat, but I was lucky to go there when there were not many people, I really enjoyed the scenery for a while, really feel very comfortable and comfortable. If you want to see this different place, you can't miss it, not only can you see the different humanities of the whole city, but also can feel the charm of the city, why not!