Bath

A quick tour trough this beautiful roman city

THE WHOLE CITY...

Is a Unesco heritage site, the only one in Europe with Venice. It is the unique source of hot mineral water in England, it has important Roman remains and its architecture is priceless

Roman bathing building, with its breath taking Temple, is absolutely a must see in your tour

It was built in the 70 A.D. around the natural hot spring at 46*C

Costumed characters every day, free personal audioguide in eight languages, children's audio tour and commentary by Bill Bryson included in admission price

By day and by night, you can also relax in the new indoor Minerva Bath and in the open-air rooftop pool with spectacular views over the city of Bath. Additionally, you can refresh your senses in the new multi-sensory Wellness Suite and choose from over 40 spa treatments and packages. Thermae Bath Spa is a perfect place to go for a spa break while visiting Bath!

BATH ABBEY

There is nowhere else quite like this abbey.

Magnificent stained glass windows, columns of honey-gold stone and some of the finest fan vaulting in the world.

Do you think it is necessary to add more?

The Royal Crescent

one of Bath’s most iconic landmarks

It was built between 1767 and 1775 and designed by John Wood the Younger. This impressive construction forms a sweeping crescent of 30 "Grade I Listed" terrace houses, and is with no doubt one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture anywhere in the UK.

The Circus

In addition to The Royal Crescent, Bath also features another impressively rounded landmark:

Originally known as The King’s Circus, this building was designed by John Wood the Elder who unfortunately died three months before its construction began, in 1754. His son J.W. the younger completed it in 1768. Wood was always fascinated by prehistoric stone circles, taking the Roman Colosseum as inspiration for his design.

Pulteney Bridge

Together with the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, is one of the world's most beautiful bridges.

The bridge was an attempt to connect central Bath to land on the other bank of the River Avon

In spite of this it is surely one of the most romantic bridge in the world

Queen Square

a beautiful square of Georgian houses designed by John Wood, the elder in the early 18th century

The focal point of Queen Square is the obelisk at the centre which commemorates the visit of Frederick, Prince of Wales.

The north side was built as seven separete houses in Palladian style

Isn't all this enough?

Castle Combe: One of the prettiest village in England is near Bath

On the southern edge of the Cotswold

Salisbury cathedral: also this impressive building isn't too far from Bath

The best preserved copy of Magna Carta is here of the four still existing

Finally near Bath we have Stonehenge

Enjoy a walk in the ancient landscape and step inside the neolithic age.

Work made by

These four cool boys

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