Roman remains, fine architecture, and leafy waterways: The entirety of this stunning city has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
And it’s not surprising. Because visiting Bath is truly delightful.
Wander the green spaces, have a cup of tea in the superb coffee shops, and, of course, visit the world-famous Roman Baths.
Bath is also close to London, so if you're tight on time, you can visit the city in one day. Our small group tours help you maximise your time there while you learn about the city from passionate local guides.
Population: 88,859 | County: Somerset | Size: 29 km²
The ancient Roman Baths are as beautiful as they are intriguing. Discover the alleged healing properties of the water and marvel at this Roman feat of engineering.
Bath’s grand Georgian architecture is world-renowned. Take a turn around Royal Crescent and The Circus before strolling over Pulteney Bridge.
Bath has been an epicentre of fashionable society throughout British history. And not much has changed. Peruse Bath’s glittering emporiums and designer boutiques for bespoke gifts.
Jane Austen may have disliked Bath, but a city which inspired two of her novels cannot be so bad. Imagine yourself as the heroine of Northanger Abbey or Persuasion as you roam the streets.
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