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Bath: This Countryside Town Is Sure To Enthrall You

In the countryside of southwest England, there is the beautiful tourist place, Bath which is popular for natural scenic, especially hot springs and Georgian architecture approach of the 18th century. Bath stone; a honey-colored stone is extensively used in the architecture of the town. The museum premises comprise the Great Baths, statues, and a temple. Wondering what to do while in Bath? Let’s get the guide.

  • Roman Baths

Roman bath house and temple, with spring water, Pump Room restaurant, museum and audio tour for kids. Prices are reasonable and there are plenty of facilities and staff is also very friendly. The Roman Baths are a must see for anyone traveling to the UK. The water is green, but still hot. You won’t be disappointed making an effort to come here. Spend up to three hours here to see everything. The bath water you can taste for yourself at the end (purified) it does not taste that special though as the sights!

  • Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a parish church in Bath; a late medieval church with a Victorian Gothic interior by Sir George Gilbert Scott and tower tours; a very nice place with great atmosphere and service. The performance by street musicians, gives the square outside the romantic vibe. It is free entry but worth making a donation to such a stunning building. I would highly recommend seeing this just before the Roman Baths.

  • Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge is an arch bridge in Bath, England. Historic bridge built in the 17th century with notable architecture & rows of stores lining each side. Beautiful place and an amazing boat trip are you fancy a relaxing hour. It’s a bridge lined with shops and cafes and the views were even better! Great to just have a cup of coffee and chill!

  • Thermae bath spa

Modern glass and stone spa with thermal waters, Roman origins and an open rooftop swimming pool at Bath; I had an amazing afternoon, good facilities, very friendly staff and also the price wasn’t too high; great variety of steam rooms and great view from the rooftop bath. Steam rooms and sauna level are ace. The top open-air pool is fantastic on a clear evening too. Service is good; Best to book though. The queue outside can be up to 2 hours during busy periods. Definitely, use the train offer too to double your time off you can.