Bath is most famous for being
home to the UK’s hottest thermal springs
, around which the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that gave the city its name.
The site still flows with natural hot water, and today’s ready supply of top-end boutiques and fine dining
compliment the 21st-century thermal bath and spa facilities, pushing the city’s appeal to an all-time high. However, there is much more to discover in this charming English city.
Steeped in literary and ecclesiastical heritage, the centre is characterised by sweeping crescents and winding streets
decked in golden Bath Stone, as well as a good dose of burgeoning greenery and a gentle bucolic pace, thanks to Bath’s cheek-to-cheek position with reams of soft English countryside. Here you can find a wealth of restaurants and tearooms
ranging from homestyle to gourmet, suitable for any palate, shopping options
ranging from designer to high street, museums
, and more.