The entire city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage site and you’ll find three of the grandest reasons why – the Abbey, the Pump Rooms and the Roman Baths – all within metres of each other in the heart of the city. A stroll away, at the end of the beautiful broad boulevard that is Great Pulteney Street, you’ll find the Holburne Museum – a gallery renowned for critically acclaimed exhibitions.
A tour of Bath is a great way to get to know the city and whether you go by bus or on foot you’ll delight at the sight of the shimmering skyline. Keep wandering and you’re bound to stumble upon one of the many tranquil parks. Royal Victoria Park is the finest – a city oasis of mini golf, tennis courts, BBQ spots and stunning Botanical Gardens. Bordering the park is The Royal Crescent, an architectural masterpiece that takes the breath away. To step inside the Regency life style go to No.1 Royal Crescent and, even better, use your train tickets to get a 2-for-1 deal – look around the site for even more Bath deals.
Water plays a major part in the life of the city too and a short river cruise down the leafy Avon, hiring a canal boat or paddle-boarding the day away are all relaxing ways to see another side of Bath.