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Did you know 93,000 people call this city home? You're sure to have some new BFFs by the time your trip is up!
If you journey 160 kilometres east of Bath, you'll get to the national capital, London. If you venture 13 kilometres southeast, you'll hit Trowbridge.
If you've heard about Bath, you'll almost certainly know about the Roman Baths and the Bath Abbey. Why don't you make the most of this opportunity to see them for yourself?
Seeking a great family day out? Spoil the kids with a trip to the Little Theatre Cinema and Bath City Farm. The Bath Maze is another fun-filled attraction that everyone is sure to love!
Want to explore the wildest spot in town? Then head to the Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, where the family can come face-to-face with some of the wonders of the animal world.
Take an afternoon to stroll around the Bath Botanical Gardens or the Botanical Gardens at Victoria Park, where you can see a variety of plant and flower species.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to see a bit of greenery. Alice Park and Alexandra Park are just two of the appealing recreational spots you'll find amid this concrete jungle. There's also lots of fun to be had at Henrietta Park and Sydney Gardens.
Bath Visitor Centre is the perfect starting point for your visit. You'll uncover a wealth of information here, including what tours are available, the top restaurants to check out and much more.
If your connection to nature has been feeling a little frayed lately, make your way to Little Solsbury Hill.
Ask the staff at the Jane Austen Centre or the Fashion Museum about guided tours. With so many eye-opening displays, you'll want to ensure you don't miss out on anything. The Bath Postal Museum and the Building of Bath Museum are also leading institutions.
It can be both mystifying and thought-provoking to see just how vast and varied the formations and creations of the natural world are. See them all in one convenient location at the Temple Precinct.
In a city flush with marvellous art exhibitions, the Holburne Museum and the Victoria Art Gallery somehow manage to stand a head taller than the rest. More one-of-a-kind canvases and stunning sculptures await you at the Museum of East Asian Art and the Six Chapel Row.
Find out about the impact that Bath's past people and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the American Museum in Britain and the No. 1 Royal Crescent. For an even greater insight into the past, you might also like to check out the Museum of Bath at Work and the Radstock Museum.
Bath has many important historic sites. Why not start delving into the city's past at Royal Crescent and the Bath Assembly Rooms? If that doesn't satisfy the history nerd in you, head onward to Beckford's Tower and the Circus.
Pulteney Bridge is a constant presence in the city. While locals might seem to take it for granted, most travellers leave impressed by this relic of a different time.
Add a little spirituality to your holiday by dropping by St. Mary the Virgin and St John The Evangelist Church, two historic places of worship.
It's much better to look over your life and say, 'Can you believe I did that?' instead of, 'I wish I had done that.' So, while you are here you shouldn't miss the chance to visit some of the less famous sights, such as the Bath Central Library and the Chapel Arts Centre. You'll also find plenty to keep you entertained at Recreation Ground and Milsom Street.
Don't get your knickers in a twist about securing your Bath hotel. lastminute.com.au lists more than 68 accommodations. Keep in mind though, the sooner you make a decision, the sooner you can start setting out those amazing adventures! (You might also save a bit of dosh too.)
Who said that service with a smile had to cost an arm and a leg? You'll get a relaxing night's sleep at an even better price at the Parade Park Bath and the St Christopher's Inn Bath - Hostel. Or would you rather spend your time in more luxurious surrounds? Get ready to be treated like royalty at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa or The Bath Priory Hotel and Spa.
There's also the option to set up shop within a short walk of the Roman Baths, one of Bath's leading attractions. Check out either The Gainsborough Bath Spa (0.2 kilometres away) or the Brocks Guest House (0.7 kilometres away).
8 Nov. - 9 Nov.
It was beautiful, and a really great experience! Would definitely stay there again!
22 Oct. - 23 Oct.
It was drizzling in Bath when we arrived by train. The accommodation was a couple of minutes walk away and the same to main attractions which really helped when you are by foot in the rain. The staff were so friendly and informative and made us feel right at home in our roomy 2 bed appartment which ...
5 Nov. - 6 Nov.
Beautiful! great location and the staff were so lovely. Amazing find for the price!
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29 Oct. - 30 Oct.