The City of Bath and the beautiful countryside which surrounds it has been described as one of England’s most beautiful places to visit. Infact the whole city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the countrside surrounding it, the Cotswolds has been declae an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (an AONB) Renowned for it’s hot springs, Roman baths and splendid Georgian stone crescents, Bath has been attracting people in seek of relaxation for centuries.
Bath is situated within the south west of England and is super easy to reach for a day trip from London, with trains reaching the town centre station in around an hour and a half. The city itself is compact and very easy to navigate on foot, boasting a unique and diverse range of restaurants, independent shops, theatres, pubs and a wide range of city tours but simply wandering around admiring the architecture and popping into the plentiful galleries and museums is a favourite way to enjoy the city. Don’t foget to treat yourself to a dip in the natural spa waters the city is famous for at the Thermae Bath Spa, to wind down after all that exploring!
The countryside surrounding Bath offers a multitude of fantastic places to visit from stately homes and gardens to Stonehenge, and many Instagram famous Cotswold villages such as Castle Combe, for those looking to explore the whole area. The bustling harbour city of Bristol is around 15 mins by train and offers even more to explore.