Bath is a wonderful mix of culture and history. It is a city both old and new, set in beautiful architecture and surrounded by gorgeous countryside. If you’re looking to explore the city’s past, there is plenty to offer, from the Roman baths to the Jane Austen Centre, the Royal Crescent to the Museum of Astronomy.
If you’re after food or drink, you’re spoilt for choice – from traditional boozers to a range of fine restaurants. Perhaps you’re looking to escape from the city and enjoy the walks and cycle routes in the area. There is the Kennet and Avon Cycle Route between Bath and Bristol and the Bath Skyline Walk, known for its views and wild flora.
Iconic Georgian Architecture
Explore the unique architecture of Bath, its Georgian pillars and yellow stone – especially worth seeing are the Royal Crescent and the Circus.
Take a bath in the City of Bath
Bath is so named for a reason. Not only can you explore the ancient Roman baths, you can take a rooftop dip at Thermae Spa with fantastic views of the city.
The ancient Romans loved it and centuries later so did Jane Austen and Charles Dickens – discover what has so captivated people across history.
Grab a beer and a bite
Whether you’re after good old-fashioned pub food with a pint of local ale or something more exotic, Bath has plenty to offer by way of pubs and restaurants.
From fine wines to local ales, quiet candlelit drinks to messy nights out, the city of Bath has many bars to offer.
Astronomy, Austen, Americana and architecture – city of Bath’s museums are widely ranging and very interesting!