Tag Archives: GB – City of Bath

Architecture Of Bath: Past Perfect; Neeta Lal; Forbes India

The preservation of Bath’s architectural heritage shows that conservation needs to be a concerted and long-standing effort by public and private participants…

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How to spend 48 hours in Bath; Cathy Hawker; Evening Standard

The Georgian city of Bath, two hours west of London on a good run, makes a perfect weekend destination. Big enough to provide top-grade culture yet small enough to remain intimate, the city’s mellow pale-stone buildings and pleasingly symmetrical architecture of sweeping crescents and stately terraces is instantly uplifting.

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Why this ancient spa city is the ultimate destination for some R&R; Carol Driver; Daily Mail

As the prospect of jetting abroad for a holiday still looks rather tricky thanks to Covid travel restrictions, now is the ideal time to explore wonderful sights closer to home.

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Historic Bath – Gateway to the West Country; Adrian York; London Unattached

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Bath time; Cathy Winston; The JC

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Travel guide: 48 hours in Bath; Anna Galbraith; Gentleman’s Journal

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The Roman Baths in Bath- A Deep Dive into Britain’s Ancient History; Wanda Marcussen; Ancient History Encyclopaedia

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Bath: Top 10 Things for the Elderly to see and do; Sarah Shillam; Lifeline24

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.

Source: Bath: Top 10 Things for the Elderly to see and do | Personal Alarms | Lifeline24

What to do in Bath England; Chris Christensen; Amateur Traveler

What to do in Bath England and the region: Roman history, Georgian history, literary history including Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, stone circles, etc

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