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Visit Bath

Bath, the largest city in the beautiful county of Somerset, is the perfect destination for a holiday. A City built for relaxation, Bath has held the title of the ultimate wellbeing destination since Roman times. Home to the Internationally renowned Bath Spas, the City welcomes millions of visitors a year to get lost in the meandering Georgian Streets and simply relax with some retail therapy, gorgeous food or rejuvenate in the beautiful spas.


Bath was founded by the Romans as a thermal spa and continued to become the integral centre of the wool industry. In the 18th century, under George III, it developed into an elegant town with neoclassical Georgian buildings, which are still the focus of this stunning city to this day. You are invited to visit the iconic Roman Baths and learn all about this City’s vast history in their Building of Bath Collections, during your visit to this lovely City.

The City

The convenient, compact layout centre, Bath is the perfect place to explore by foot. Whether you wish to enjoy the array of independent cafes and restaurants or explore the City's remarkable collection of museums and galleries, Bath is the perfect place for you.  Among all this, there is a selection of festivals, theatre, music and sports all year round, for your enjoyment. Bath's stunning honey-coloured Georgian architecture creates scenes that encourage escapism from the fast-paced culture we are so used to. Immerse yourself in this atmosphere and take a stroll down the sweeping Royal Crescent, for a full Jane Austen-esque experience.

In the area

Located in and amongst the most beautiful Somerset Countryside, you will find that there is plenty to see and explore outside of the City. Discover the marvel that is StoneHenge or spot some of the world's most fantastic creatures in Longleat Safari Park. No matter what your preference, this City will have the perfect treat for you.

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