Explore 3 floors of luxury goods, from cosmetics and clothing to jewellery, food and wine. Harvey Nichols is a world-famous department store that’s the perfect place to pick up gifts or splash out on a shopping spree.
St Nicholas Market
St Nicholas Market is the traditional market hub of Bristol and situated in the centre of the town. Besides a range of stalls, there are many independent retailers, such as World Fossils, which specialises in rare and unusual fossils from around the world.
Bristol is renowned for its cider; located in the prettily named Christmas Steps quarter, the Bristol Cider Shop has more than 100 varieties of cider in stock. All of them are locally produced and made in the traditional way from 100% apple juice.
This great independent record store boasts a café, cult literature and vintage clothes sections – and records of course! Great to browse and soak up the vibes.
Delicious handmade chocolate in all kinds of wonderful shapes and sizes, from chocolate handbags to chocolate high-heels. If you’re looking for great gifts, this is definitely worth a look.
Bristol’s branch of the famous London bookshop is Britain’s biggest foreign language bookstore. Stop by for a browse, let the kids sit and read in comfy bean bags, or get some refreshment in at the in-store café.