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With lots to do for families, couples or lone travellers alike Bath is a popular destination for a UK holiday. You can shop ‘til you drop, indulge in a spa day or take in some historical sights, making Bath the perfect destination for a holiday in the UK. Here are some of our favourite things to see and do on a trip to Bath…

Historical and Modern Spas

Roman Baths 1

No trip to Bath is complete without a trip to the Roman Baths. Just walking around the Bath is an experience itself, but pick up a free audio guide to fully immerse your-self in the experience and hear from historians how the baths would have been used in Roman times. Walk along the same floors that Romans would have walked upon whilst learning how the baths were built, how they would have looked and even the technology used when building.  Unfortunately – despite how tempting it might be – modern day visitors cannot take a dip into the Roman Bath but never fear as just a short walk away from the historic baths is the modern Thermae Bath Spa. This modern spa is host to Britain’s only naturally warm water, and visitors can experience relaxation as the Romans used to. As a bonus, the spa plays host to a rooftop pool that boasts magnificent views of Bath.

Sights of Bath

Pulteney Bridge

One of the things Bath is famous for is its striking architecture. Whilst much of the city is beautiful to look at, there are a few buildings that should be top of any Bath-tourists ‘to see’ list. The Royal Crescent is a must-see, designed by John Wood the younger and built between 1767 and 1775 it is home to thirty houses. House Number 1 is  used as a museum and is open to the public, whilst another is now used as the decadent Royal Crescent Hotel. Another must see is Pulteney Bridge which was built by Robert Adams in 1769. With the River Avon running underneath and the stunning architecture of the bridge itself, it’s not hard to see why this bridge is often considered one of the most romantic in the world.


Bath Abbey

As with most major cities in the UK, Bath has a plethora of shopping opportunities. From independent shops to high street giants, chances are you’ll find what you want when shopping in Bath. For some inspiration, or just to get in the mood for a day of scouring the shops, those who are fashion conscious may enjoy a trip to the Fashion Museum. With an impressive number of fashion displays from the 16th century to the present day, a visit to this museum is sure to leave you inspired and ready to raid the rails!

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