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The entire city of Bath has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, helping to preserve the Georgian splendour and providing people with lasting memories when they visit Bath.

There are many things to do in Bath ranging from culture and history to sport and recreation. The city is also famous for sporting excellence with Bath Rugby Club being among the most decorated sports teams in Britain making a trip to the ”Rec” on a match day among the most popular things to do in Bath.

A vibrant Heritage City

Visit the superb Roman remains, wealth of fine Georgian architecture and impeccable historic credentials - no wonder Bath is a World Heritage Site. This world-famous city has originated and developed around its hot spring waters discovered by the Romans over 2,000 years ago, and the famous Roman Baths remain to this day. A thriving and vibrant city, Bath combines its fascinating history with a diversity of museums, galleries, gardens and tourist attractions, making it a beautiful, exciting and unique city to visit.

Culture and heritage

The golden city of Bath has been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Britain’s Heritage Cities, Bath is home to some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney Bridge. But Bath is not buried in the past! Festivals, theatre and vibrant street entertainment, bring life and excitement to this beautiful city.


It’s a challenge to visit Bath and not want to see the Roman Baths & Pump Room ­- one of the finest ancient monuments in Europe and Britain’s only hot spring. Unfortunately, you can’t bathe here as the Romans did, but you can in the Thermae Bath Spa, which uses the same warm, mineral-rich waters the Celts and Romans did 2,000 years ago.


Bath's reputation for shopping dates back to Georgian times - Jane Austen mentions the fashionable Milsom Street in her novel Persuasion, and it’s there that you can still treat yourself to some designer chic. The Upper Town is a treasure trove of unique labels and vintage clothing, and Stall Street is where you’ll find your favourite High Street shops.

Accommodation, Food and drink

There is an exciting variety of hotels in Bath from classic luxury to contemporary chic, Bath has them all.

If you’re looking for a real taste of the West Country, Bath is the perfect place. The local farmers markets are a great place to sample the region’s wines, cheeses and organic fruit and vegetables. Pop into Sally Lunn’s the oldest house in Bath, and sample the famous Sally Lunn Bun, then try the delicious Bath Bun to see which you prefer.

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