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The historic town of Bath is one of England’s most picturesque cities with many miles of picture-postcard streets, historic buildings and of course – the ancient Roman baths! Bath has long been a holiday destination for England’s wealthiest and the city has a certain regal quality as a result of the many rich and famous people that are attracted to the city’s beautiful sandstone buildings. Bath is one of Britian’s leading winter resorts and there are plenty of interesting and exciting indoor attractions to keep you busy during the cold months! The city was originally established as a spa resort by the Romans in AD43 and the famous baths and temple that still exist today were built during this period. Bath continued to be popular as a spa resort long after the Romans left and the Georgians enjoyed spending time in the city, expanding the town and constructing many of the impressive sandstone buildings and streets that still exist today. Bath is home to the United Kingdom’s only hot springs that emerge from deep inside the earth in the River Avon valley – it’s certainly a special place! Keep reading to learn more about the amazing city of Bath!

Where to Stay

Bath is a hugely popular tourist destination and each year 4.4 million tourists from all over the world flock to the city to admire the amazing architecture and experience a real English spa town! There are many types of accommodation on offer for tourists visiting the city including luxury hotels, hostels for travelers and guest rooms. Take a look at Wimdu’s list of accommodation offers in Bath – we have some excellent accommodation including guest rooms with double beds, classic townhouses and holiday apartments for families – what kind of accommodation will you choose?

Fun Facts

  • John Cleese, co-writer and star of the comedy series Monty Python and Faulty Towers lives in Bath!
  • The world’s first postmark was stamped in Bath in 1840!
  • Actor Johnny Depp owns a house on Bath’s famous Royal Crescent!

Things to see and do in Bath

Bath is one of those cities that is best explored on foot. There are many miles of beautiful Georgian streets and the local sandstone has had a huge influence on the architecture of the city. Wimdu recommends you explore the city and discover its special corners and hidden delights! Bath is known for its good shopping and throughout the city you’ll find craft shops, souvenir shops and stylish clothes and jewelry shops. Once you have finished exploring, head for the historic Roman Baths that are over 2000 years old. They were discovered by the Victorians who restored the baths and since then they have become a popular tourist attraction. The baths are fuelled by England’s only natural hot springs and a trip to the baths is certainly an unusual experience. Just outside of the Roman Baths is another of Bath’s landmark buildings – the Bath Abbey. It’s the last gothic church in England and building commenced in 1499. It’s a huge church and the interior is really worth seeing! The Pulteney Bridge is one of the few examples of such a bridge left in the world and was built in the 18th century. It’s another of Bath’s landmarks and the shops that line both sides of the bridge make it certainly one of Bath’s most unique sights! Make sure you take a walk to Bath’s Royal Crescent – a huge crescent of 18th century houses overlooking a huge park – it’s amazing!


Bath is located in the county of Somerset and there’s much to see and do around the county! Check out Wells with its famous cathedral – it’s a sight to behold! Somerset is famous for its rolling hills and pretty villages – keen walkers from all over the UK come to enjoy the Somerset countryside! Glastonbury is home to the Glastonbury Arts and Music Festival which attracts crowds of more than 120,000 people every year! Glastonbury Tor is a famous hill by the town and is said to have spiritual qualities. Somerset is full of orchards and Somerset cider is enjoyed throughout the UK. Cheddar cheese originates in the Somerset village of Cheddar Gorge and you can still find local cheese makers based throughout the county.

Getting around

Bath is located just 97 miles west of London and 1 ½ hours from the English capital on the train. The city is also not far from the M4 motorway which runs between London, the southwest of England and South Wales. Bath is just 10 minutes on the train from nearby Bristol and an hour from Wales’ capital of Cardiff. Bath is located just south of the beautiful Cotswolds countryside – be sure to take a visit to this special part of English for a taste of typical English countryside! Bath itself is easy to get around and you’ll find you can see the city centre on foot – it’s quite small!

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