Bath, with its fabulous architecture and lovely spas, is one of the most enticing places to visit in South West England. Also, it is located near Bristol and is under three hours from London, making it very accessible for travelers.
From Bristol’s city centre you can take a National Express bus to Bath in just 50 minutes. The capital is also within easy traveling distance as you can travel between Victoria Coach Station in the capital and Bath with National Express in around 3 hours, depending on the time of day and traffic.
Bath is beautiful city steeped in history. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with plenty of historical attractions to enjoy. It has stunning Georgian architecture and Roman sites and the city's most well-known attraction is the Roman Baths. These wonderful baths are over 2000 years old and are fueled by the only hot springs in England. Another must-see is the nearby Bath Abbey. This stunning Gothic church was built in 1499 and fantastic views of Bath can be enjoyed at the top of the Abbey's tower. Pulteney Bridge and Weir was designed by Robert Adam and built in 1773. It is a beautiful part of the city and tourist trips by boat leave from the Weir in the summer months.
The Royal Crescent is a magnificent row of Georgian houses, arranged in a crescent shape as their name suggests. It is possible to visit one of the houses that has been redecorated to give an example of how it would have looked in its day. Bath also has fantastic restaurants, pubs and fun nightlife for visitors to enjoy.