Pre-book top-rated Bath tours and tickets on isango and enjoy Bath sightseeing the budget-friendly way! Built for pleasure and relaxation, the quaint city of Bath has been a wellbeing destination since the 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 a 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. Book the best Bath tours and tickets online to enjoy discounted rates and offers. Book now: Low price guaranteed!
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
Best time to visit
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.
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 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.
Money saving tips
Research well and book online to enjoy some great discounts and deals. Be a smart traveler and book well in advance so that you don’t end up paying the last-minute inflated rates.
Bath isn’t exactly cheap when it comes to an extended trip. The University of Bath offers very affordable accommodation and is in close proximity to Bath’s city centre.
Save money by exploring the city on foot. Admire beautiful architectural attractions like The Royal Crescent, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey, without spending a penny!
Did you know?
The city’s own currency: Bath has its own currency. When visiting, exchange your money for the local currency called Oliver, which is used as a discount voucher.
Charles Dickens: The famous novelist Charles Dickens visited Bath. He visited the Saracens Head pub which is the oldest pub in the city and was established in 1713.
Films and TV shows shot in Bath: Famous TV show Inspector Morse, Les Miserables (2003), and The Duchess (2007) have been filmed in Bath.