When most people plan a trip to England, they tend to make London their home base. But there is so much more to the country than its capital, such as the beautiful Roman-influenced Bath in Somerset, which is why when Mila Pantovich found herself with a long…
Summer in England has been a trip on Brooke Saward’s bucket list for as long as she can remember. So much so that when her boyfriend told her he would be in England for two months this summer, she booked her flight that day. A few weeks later and they were in London, followed by a…
The UK has an amazing selection of long walks, so if you’re keen on immersing yourself in Britain’s most spectacular landscapes, these are some of the best.
Source: The Best Long Walks in the UK
This is a far cry from January when there were almost as many vacant shops as there were full ones…
Despite being an ancient city, Bath is pretty accessible for people of all mobility levels. There are so many attractions to visit during your visit.
What to do in Bath England and the region: Roman history, Georgian history, literary history including Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, stone circles, etc
Source: What to do in Bath England
Bath is one of the best places to visit in England. The Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent are famous. During your Bath weekend break…
The ongoing Brexit chaos has led to the overall weak pound, making the UK a more affordable tourist destination. According to VisitBritain, the UK’s official tourism website, the favorable exchange rate tends to draw more overseas visitors to the UK, especially those from India, China, USA and Canada.
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in the historic city of Bath is the perfect excuse to take a winter short break. The buildings in…
Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its Roman baths, and also because of its Georgian architecture – some of which is quite mysterious.
Fred Mawer pays a visit to the stunning Somerset city, which has earned its Unesco World Heritage Site status for a number of reasons. It’s an underpublicised fact that – unusually – Bath’s Unesco World Heritage Site status actually covers the whole city, which puts it on a par with Venice. This city-wide inscription applies for […]
Bath manages to combine the elements a big city with the feeling of a small town. This UNESCO World Heritage Site city is just a 90-minute train ride from London and a weekend is just long enough to fall in love with this historic city. Today I am covering what to do in Bath, England. […]
Framed by the rolling green hills of Somerset, a 90-minute train ride west of London, Bath is one of England’s most alluring city breaks. Charmingly picturesque, this UNESCO World Heritage site has bundles of things to see and do, and plenty of traditional and trendy places in which to refuel on delicious food and drink. Here are the highlights of a Bath visit.
Honey-coloured, history-worn Bath is one of Britain’s most elegant cities, thanks to its days as a stomping ground for 18th-century high society. But that doesn’t make it stuffy. Skip the tea shops…
Immerse yourself in beautiful Bath boasting Britain’s only naturally hot thermal waters – making it the ultimate spa break.
Awkward Silence No.1
“So let me get this right. You lived in Bath for ten years?”
“And in all that time you never visited the Roman Baths? You never went inside Bath Abbey? You never even knew Jane Austen – one of literary’s greatest figures – had links to Bath?”
“Err, also correct”
Awkward Silence No.2
“Ok you cultural heathen, we are going to sort this out.”
And that is how, after more than 20 years away, I found myself wandering around the Royal Crescent at 10pm on a Friday evening once again marvelling at the golden stone and timeless architecture which make Bath such an exceptional city.
To be fair, I had always realised Bath is beautiful, but I was more interested in watching their rugby team.