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From its stunning architecture and historical landmarks to its eclectic array of cafes, bars and restaurants, Bath’s perfect blend of traditional and modern culture has helped it to become one of the UK’s most charming cities.
Whether exploring the world famous Roman Baths, relaxing in the Thermae Spa or supporting the boys in blue, black and white at The Rec, the city's diverse collection of museums and attractions ensure that there’s always something entertaining to see and do.
A designated World Heritage Site, Bath is renowned for its Roman and Georgian history. Despite being discovered by Prince Bladud in 863BC, the source of city’s natural thermal springs still remain a mystery to this very day. Famously enjoyed by the Celts, Romans, Saxons and Georgians, the baths have been a constant thread throughout the city's history.
With landmarks dotted around the city including the Circus, Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey it’s easy to see why these architectural marvels, are some of the most photographed locations in the South West.
An ideal location for shopping, Bath’s city centre is a bustling hub or independent retailers, quirky boutiques and high street favourites.