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England's only hot springs surfaced in Bath around 100 000 years ago. The Romans established baths here, and in the 18C it became a fashionable spa town. It is today one of England’s most appealing towns, not for its allures as a spa, but because it retains the ambience of its golden age as epitomised by Jane Austen and her heroines, in whose footsteps visitors can follow as they take in the town’s elegant buildings.
Tourist attractions Bath : Things to see and do
st. Bennett GB - Bath BA1 2QH
Situated in the Assembly Rooms basement, the museum presents a wide variety of styles, fabrics and patterns used in every sort of garment and accessory, from the Stuart period to the present day. Note in particular the museum's oldest attire, the Sil..
The Circus GB - Bath
Connected to Royal Crescent by Brock Street (built by John Wood the Younger in 1767), the Circus was one of Wood the Elder's first projects although not built until 1754. It consists of a circle of identical houses, pierced by three equidistant acces..
1 Royal Crescent GB - Bath BA1 2LR
This famous symbol of classical architecture, incurved in the form of an arc, is lined with a terrace of 30 houses with monumental façades, the lines counterbalanced by 114 giant Ionic columns, from the first floor to the balustrade. This symbol of B..
27-29 Henrietta Street GB - Bath BA2 6LR
Located within the historic city of Bath, The Redcar Hotel is an elegant Georgian town house with parking situated just 10 minutes’ walk from Bath Abbey. Rooms at The Redcar offer free toiletries, and have showers, TVs, hairdryers, telephones, and t..
South Parade GB - Bath BA2 4AB
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In the heart of historic Bath, Pratt's Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the magnificent Bath Abbey. The hotel has a traditional restaurant, elegant bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, and a cosy bar. The bright and airy bedrooms each have a private modern bathr..
1 North Parade GB - Bath BA1 1LF
This Georgian building is in Bath city centre, 300 metres from the Abbey, the Roman Baths and Bath Spa Rail Station. The privately-owned hotel mixes historic character with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi. The Best Western Abbey Hotel was buil..
Leisure activities Bath
Prices from : 118 €
Go on a trike ride to discover the magnificent World Heritage City of Bath. See the world-renowned Royal Crescent and Circus before crossing the River Avon by an old toll bridge and heading out into the beautiful Wiltshire countryside. We will clim..
Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. See the water's source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements. The extensive ruins and treasures..
Prices from : 16 €
Designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, Bath is home to some of the finest architectural sights in Europe; such as the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and the Circus alongside one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England – The ..
Sydney Rd GB - Bath BA2 6JF
Abbey Ln, Hinton Charterhouse GB - Bath BA2 7TB
Widcombe Hill GB - Bath BA2 6AA
Appealing pub on south east edge of the city centre, with a local following and a neighbourhood feel. Generous portions of hearty cooking; smaller tapas plates also popular.
GB - Combe Hay BA2 7EG
A modern take on the classical country pub; remotely set in a pretty village, with chic styling, open fires, comfy sofas and a relaxed atmosphere. Contemporary presentation of flavourful, seasonal dishes. Spacious, modern bedrooms.
Queen Sq GB - Bath BA1 2HH
Sydney Rd GB - Bath BA2 6JF