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Bath, Somerset Travel Guide

February 20, 2017

 

Visiting Bath is like stepping back in time with all its beautiful Georgian architecture. There are plenty of shops, museums and galleries to visit. Here is a list of things to do in Bath.

Pulteney Bridge

Les Mis was filmed around Bath’s iconic Pulteney Bridge.

Pulteney Bridge Bath

Royal Crescent 

Royal Crescent Bath

Sally Lunns  

This is one of the oldest buildings in Bath serving a variety of sweet and savoury buns and afternoon tea. I had the light breakfast which is a pot of tea and half a bun served with cinnamon butter. The cinnamon butter is seriously amazing! They also have a small museum downstairs where you can purchase a bun to take home.

Sally Lunns Buns Bath

Visit Bath Abbey

The Abbey has beautiful interior and it’s free to have a look around.

Bath Abbey

Jane Austen Museum

Ticket costs £11.00 or £8.50 for students and with your ticket you get 10% off in the shop and tea room. You get a guided tour with information about Jane and her family and her time spent in Bath. You then watch a short video and can look around the rest of the museum with a Jane Austen waxwork at the end.

Jane Austen Museum Clothes

Walk past where Jane Austen used to live

Jane Austen House in Bath

Jane Austen House Bath

Bath Guildhall Markets

Guildhall Markets Bath

Wander around the canals

Canals in Bath UK

Victoria Art Gallery

The Gallery is free to look around but you have to pay if you want to go in an exhibition.

Victoria Art Gallery Bath

Roman Baths

Whilst in Bath you have to check out the Roman Baths. Years ago I visited the Roman Baths and Thermae Bath Spa with college. The Bath spa has thermal waters and an open rooftop swimming pool.

Roman Baths UK

Accommodation

YHA Hostel

YHA Hostel Bath UK

  • 25 minute walk from centre also it is up a massive hill which is fine walking down but a bit of an effort to get back up
  • located very close to the Bath Skyline walk
  • locker and wifi included
  • all ages welcome here there was a mixed range of people staying here including families
  • parking available across the road from hostel however there’s not that many spaces and spaces lower down the hill you have to have a parking permit between 8am-6pm Mon-Sat
  • prices start from £10

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14 Comments

  • Reply March and May February 21, 2017 at 12:13 am

    It looks like a beautiful city. Such an amazing architecture. So beautiful.

    March and May

  • Reply Tanja February 21, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    nice photos! I’ve visited it a long time ago. I’d love to see it again:)

  • Reply epicuriouspassport February 21, 2017 at 4:32 pm

    Bath was one of our favorite places in England! Great post. Thank you for sharing.

    Vrithi Pushkar
    http://www.epicuriouspassport.com

  • Reply Amber February 24, 2017 at 3:41 pm

    never been to bath! it looks beautiful 🙂

  • Reply Mike Senczyszak February 27, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    Wonderful images! Looks beautiful.

  • Reply offrs March 7, 2017 at 3:49 pm

    Nice image collection

  • Reply camparigirl March 8, 2017 at 1:02 am

    It’s been so long since I have been to Bath. Your post made me itch to go again! Will bookmark for the next time I am in England.

  • Reply Image Earth Travel April 30, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    Great post and photos!
    Brought back memories of when I visited the UK and also Bath 🙂 https://imageearthtravel.com/2016/03/27/medieval-bath-and-wells-somerset-england/

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