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The Roman Baths in 360°

The world famous baths date back to 60AD and dedicated to the Roman god Minerva. The natural spa water is believed to have great healing and rejuvenating powers. Perfect if you’ve got a tender head after a great night out.

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The Royal Crescent in 360°

One of Bath’s most exclusive addresses, The Royal Crescent has featured in movies and period dramas. But have you ever noticed the one yellow door or heard the story of Miss Amabel Wellesley-Colley?

Southgate Shopping in 360°

Love shopping? You’ll love Bath. As well as top designer names and all the high street favourites, Bath has a wealth of independent boutiques and vintage stores. “Did somebody say 'shoes'?”

Shopaholics Guide to Bath

Best Shops in Bath

Bath ranks up there with the likes of Brighton and Chester as a city that every serious shopper should visit at least once (if you still haven't made it to any of the three then start planning a girly weekend).

In the Southgate Shopping Centre you'll find all the major high street brands. Head up hill and work your way up to Milsom Street and you'll find some more select names along the way. But for the smart shopping head into Bath's lanes, you'll find fantastic independent boutiques and jewellers still battling the rising rent prices and trying to keep their foothold.

Other shopping highlights include Green Park Station market which has some great vintage goods and foodie treats at the weekends. Vintage fans should take a stroll along Walcott Street and London Road.

Bath on the Move

Bath has good public transport links with rail, buses and taxis, however Bath is a very compact city and everything within the city centre is easily reachable on foot. If you are feeling more energetic then you can hop on a nextbike which are public hire bikes dotted around the city at nextbike stations.

See you when you get here

Direct train lines run from both London (from Paddington - approx. 90 minutes) and Cardiff (from Cardiff Central – approx. 64 minutes). Both routes operate buffet carts or refreshment trolleys.

By road take jct 18, A46, off the M4 (if you're coming from the East and you stop the car and everyone is speaking in Welsh, you've gone too far).

And in case you didn't realise, our offices are situated right in the heart of Bath so if you're passing drop by, the kettle is always on (bring cake!).

The best things in life are free...

If you're looking to spend some relaxing time without paying out for constant distractions, then Bath has plenty to offer;

  • Heritage trail - Bath has a number of blue plaques that you can find guides to that hint at the city's varied history.
  • Free Tours - The Mayor's Honorary Guides run a series of free tours that leave from The Pump Rooms most days. Read more info...
  • Holbourne Museum – Completely free and packed with all kinds of art, fashion and treasures. Well worth a wander.
  • Vicky Park – Royal Victoria Park (known as 'Vicky Park' to the locals) is a great place to stretch your legs and enjoy a peaceful moment in 57 acres of lush greenery and sculpted gardens.

Bath On Screen

Keen eyed movie buffs might recognise a number of buildings and streets that have featured in films and on TV.

  • Ralph Allen Drive – Poldark (2015)
  • Queen Street – Sherlock (2015)
  • Pulteney Bridge – Les Miserables (2013) Vanity Fair (2004), The Duchess (2008)
  • Royal Crescent – Inspector Morse (1997), Persuasion (2007), The Queen (2009)
  • Roman Baths – Bonekickers (2008)
  • The Assembly Rooms – The Other Wife (2012)
  • Abbey Green – Dracula (2006)

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