Few cities compare to Bath when it comes to sheer elegance. The architecture is renowned – think the sweeping Georgian townhouse-lined Circus and Royal Crescent, as well as the stained-glassed abbey. Quaint cafes and independent boutiques housed in handsome stone buildings flank the narrow-cobbled streets.

    While there are several remarkable places to visit, including the Victoria Art Gallery and the Museum of East Asian Art, many come to bathe in the hot springs that have been in use since the Romans founded the city almost 2,000 years ago. Bath also serves as the gateway to the rolling green hills of Somerset, home to the Longleat Safari Park and the ancient sites of Stonehenge and Avebury.

    Where & what to eat in Bath

    • 6 Best Local Restaurants in Bath

      The best local restaurants in Bath show how the ancient city has gained a reputation as a centre for gastronomy in southwestern England. Surrounded by lush countryside on all sides and perched upon the River Avon, Bath boasts access to fresh produce that few cities can rival. All of this is great news for foodies in Bath, with several excellent...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Bath

    • 5 Best Nightlife Experiences in Bath

      Nightlife in Bath is often as genteel as the Roman ruins and Georgian architecture the city is famous for. Undoubtedly a beautiful place to see during the daytime, by night the city takes on a new character as locals and tourists flood the ambient streets to hop between bars, restaurants and other twilight attractions. In this article, we will take...

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    • Bath Travel Essentials

      Our Bath Travel Essentials lays out the essential information you need to help you plan your trip to one of the most popular destinations in Somerset, England. No matter how frequently you travel, some questions will always need answers: What’s the weather like? How can I get from Bristol Airport to my hotel? What currency and type of plug do...

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