Unlock the magic of Bath

Independent boutiques, a fantastic Christmas Market and beautiful Georgian architecture make Bath one of the prettiest cities in the UK and the largest city in the county of Somerset. Named after the Roman Baths the Georgian city is in the valley of the River Avon and is best known for its hot springs.

Attractions in Bath

Royal Crescent
The iconic street in Bath is lined with over 30 homes.
The Circus
Designed by architect Wood in the 18th century, the Circus is lined with quintessentially Georgian homes.
Bennett and Bath Assembly Room
Frequented by Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, the Bath Assembly Rooms were at the heart of Bath's society in the late 18th century.
Queen Square
Yet another of Bath's famous Georgian-home lined streets, Queen's Square is comprised entirely of Grade II listed buildings.
Thermae Bath Spa
Fed by the warmest thermal springs in the UK, the spa is partially historic and partially modern, attracting locals and travellers each day.
Bath Street
The street - while historic - is otherwise unassuming, except to the discerning traveller who knows the entrance to Thermae Bath Spa is located here.
Bath Abbey
Formerly a Benedectine monastery, the Bath Abbey can be traced back to the 7th century.
Pulteney Bridge
With shops stretching across its entire length, it surprises people to know this bridge was privately built for a development by the Pulteneys.
Parade Gardens
Situated in a few acres of land, the Parade Gardens are a spectacular place to pass sunny afternoons, gazing at the views of Pulteney Bridge.
Durrington Walls
Located in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site in England, the Durrington Walls is the site of a large Neolithic settlement and later henge enclosure. It's made of sarsen, a kind of sandstone, the same as the largest stones in the Stonehenge stone circle.
Salisbury Plain
Salisbury Plain is a chalk plateau in the southwestern part of England, famous for its rich archaeology, including Stonehenge, one of England's best-known landmarks.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument made of stone located in Salisbury Plain
Magna Carta
Salisbury Cathedral houses one of the original surviving Magna Carta documents. Written in 1215 the Magna Carta is seen as an ancient charter of liberties and democracy and has helped to shape the constitutions of many countries such as the USA, Canada, Australia.
Salisbury Cathedral from Bath
Built in the 13th century, the Cathedral is a gorgeous Gothic relic with the tallest spire in the country, and one of the oldest clocks in existence.
Old Sarum
Old Sarum is one of the most important sites in the history of southern England, and for 150 years was a major centre of both secular and ecclesiastical government. It combines a royal castle and a cathedral within an Iron Age fortification.
Probably built about 2500 BC, Woodhenge is an atmospheric Neolithic site originally believed to be the remains of a burial mound. It consists of six concentric oval rings of postholes, the outermost being about 43 by 40 metres (141 by 131 ft) wide.
The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are a range of gently rolling hills and the largest area of outstanding natural beauty in England and Wales. It’s famous for quintessentially English market towns and villages built from honey-coloured stones.
Bibury from Bath
Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold village. It's known for its honey-coloured 17th-century stone cottages with steeply pitched roofs.
Arlington Row
One of England's most idyllic streets and one of its most photographed for obvious reasons, a walk down Arlington Row is not to be missed.
Avebury is a village in Wiltshire, in southwest England, home to museums, a manor house and a World Heritage neolithic site.


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