North East Somerset

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BA1, Bath


Known around the world for its remarkably preserved Roman Baths and Georgian splendour, Bath is the only UK city to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The restorative quality of the hot springs that bubble up naturally has been recognised since the earliest of times and still draws visitors in their droves today. The City is packed with places to eat, drink, shop and dream of days gone by.
Rich in culture and architecturally astounding, Bath is one of Britain’s most historical and and appealing cities. Home to the famous Roman Baths, alongside the celebrated Bath Rugby team, it’s been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years.


Top 10 Things to do in Bath, Somerset.  In the heart of Bath, Somerset you’ll find the imposing Bath Abbey, sat behind perhaps the city’s most famous asset - the Roman Baths Museum. This fascinating bathing complex and the temple of Sulis Minerva were established in 836 BC, when ancient Britons discovered the natural hot springs that bubble up from underneath the Mendip Hills. It’s been added to ever since - and now you’ll find the modern Thermae Bath Spa just around the corner, where you can relax in an open-air rooftop spa overlooking the city skyline.  For more information on Bath full website is HERE 


Road Directions

How to get to Bath

By road: Bath is located off the M4 between Bristol and Swindon. Exit the M4 at Junction 18 and follow signs towards Bath.

By train and bus: Bath Spa, the city’s main station, is on the main line between Bristol and London. GWR rail services run throughout the day.

By air: Bristol Airport is 20 miles from Bath. Buses run from the airport to Bristol Temple Meads station, where trains run to Bath in just 10 minutes. Local buses also run direct from Bristol Airport to Bath.


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