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Get ready to enjoy Bath sightseeing in a budget-friendly way with curated Bath trips and tours. Built for pleasure and relaxation, the quaint city of Bath has been a well-being destination since Roman times and continues to draw tourists from all over the world because of its glorious Roman Baths, the modern Thermae Bath Spa, and the world’s best-preserved Roman buildings. Step right into the idyllic world of a Jane Austen movie and soak in the old world charms of a city that oozes history and culture from every stone. Designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city’s beautiful honey-colored Georgian architecture, charming cobbled streets, and traditional tearoom make for a perfect break from hectic city life. Spend time in museums and galleries, admire the flawless architecture of the buildings, visit the Roman Baths, check out some of the finest independent shops in Britain, and enjoy the many festivals that are hosted in the city the whole year round.
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Our tips for Bath

  • Dine at the pubs. If you’re looking to save some money, then enjoy your meals at the local pubs and taverns in Bath. It’s the perfect way to enjoy some local flavor and stick to your budget as the meals are very affordable and the food tastes great!
  • Baths visit. If you want to avoid the crowds, go either when the baths are opening or when they are about to close.
  • Street performances. Some of the street performances are truly wonderful. Soak in the melancholy strains of the violin or an upbeat guitar number played on the streets. If you’re on a budget, this is a truly great way to experience the charms of the old world city.
  • Walk. Bath is a compact city. So don’t hesitate to explore by foot and save a ton of money on transportation.

Good to know

Bath is known for its elaborate and well-preserved Roman Baths and that’s how it got its name. Built over 2,000 years ago, Bath gained popularity as a spa town in the 18th century. Many notable personalities like Jane Austen and William Wordsworth visited Bath time and again. The Royal Crescent, consisting of 30 terraced houses arranged in a crescent shape, is an iconic example of Bath's Georgian architecture.

Bath Abbey, a magnificent Gothic cathedral situated in the city center, dates back to the 7th century and underwent reconstruction during the 12th and 16th centuries.
Constructed over the river Avon, Pulteney Bridge is among the four worldwide bridges that have shops integrated into them.

Victoria Art Gallery in Bath houses an extensive collection of paintings by the locally-born artist Thomas Gainsborough, and it's located near the town of Sudbury.
In recognition of its distinctive cultural and historical value, Bath was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Where is Bath located?

    Bath is located in the southwest of England. It is in the valley of the river Avon approximately 97 miles (156 km) west of London.

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Bath?

    September is the ideal time to visit as the crowds are lesser, the weather is mild, the lines are shorter at the attractions, and eating out is a breeze! Avoid visiting in summer if you don’t like crowds as Bath in summer is bursting at the seams with tourists.

  • Q: How do I get around Bath?

    For a truly hassle-free sightseeing experience, you can book tour packages that include roundtrip transfers from London. Check out our range of Bath tours from London by handpicked operators at the best value prices. You could also take the train from London. The train ride takes approx. 90 minutes. Bath is less than 3 hours driving distance from London, so you can always rent a car and drive up there yourself. A bus ride from London will also take the same amount of time. If you are coming from Bristol, you could either drive to Bath or go by train or bus. It takes roughly 25 minutes by road from Bristol.

  • Q: What is Bath known for?

    Bath is known for its well-preserved Roman Baths, its elegant Gregorian architecture, therapeutic thermal spas, museums, galleries, and more.

  • Q: What are the top attractions to see in Bath?

    The top attractions to see in Bath include Roman Baths, Royal Crescent, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge, and traditional English dining options.

  • Q: What is a Bath hop-on hop-off bus tour and how does it work?

    Bath bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.

  • Q: Where can I find a list of all the stops and a map of the various hop-on hop-off Bath tour routes?

    You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops and timings change frequently.

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