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Bath

TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City
Soak in the splendid Georgian architecture, the iconic Stonehenge, the Roman Baths, tracing the life of the famous writer Jane Austen and more at this quaint countryside of southwest England, namely Bath. The Romans were the first to discover Bath as thermal spa; it then went on to become an important centre for the wool industry in the Middle Ages and gradually developed into a town in 18th century. Bath also enjoys the title of one of the World Heritage Sites and has been receiving visitors since 2000 years. Popular for its natural hot springs, explore the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, the Bath Assembly Rooms that once hosted socialites, the cascading lakes, and a Palladian bridge at Prior Park. Visit the Jane Austen Centre to get a whiff of what life was like in the 17th century. Go boutique shopping, enjoy the buzzing nightlife, revel in the amazing festivals, and satiate your taste-buds with some appetising fare. Enjoy the times mingle at Bath, which we assure would be a most mesmerising experience to take back from your holiday.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Roman Baths

Roman Baths

The city of Bath was based on natural hot springs; hence it obviously would have played a vital role in its history. The Great Roman Baths is one of the best preserved ruins of the Roman era all over the world and was constructed in 70 AD. A visit here is highly recommended to stroll along the ancient pathways and pavements, which were walked upon by the Romans themselves 2000 years ago. You can even literally get a taste of the spa water in the Pump Room, which contains 42 minerals and is said to have healing properties.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Thermae Bath Spa

Thermae Bath Spa

Bathe in the warm, mineral laden waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago at the Thermae Bath Spa. There’s an option of an indoor facility as well as an open air rooftop pool that offers fantastic views of the city. Get pampered and be spoilt for choice as the spa treatments range from traditional massages to facials, hot stone therapies to signature Watsu treatments. You can even take a few memories back home in the form of gift vouchers and a range of health products from their gift shop.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Royal Crescent

Royal Crescent

Admire the 30 similar designed terrace houses that form a perfect crescent when you visit the Royal Crescent, which is one of Bath’s most popular tourist attractions. Constructed between 1767 and 1775, it is an outstanding example of Georgian architecture, overlooking a perfectly manicured lawn and the Royal Victoria Park. Royal Crescent also makes for a famous location for films and period dramas aired on television.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Holburne Museum

Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum, formerly known as the Holburne Museum of Art, houses some of the finest decorative arts from the collection of Sir William Holburne and is credited with being Bath’s first ever public art gallery. Established in 1882, it boasts of over 4,000 objects, pictures, and books, such as the Roman glass, coins, seals, gems, snuff boxes, portrait miniatures, 17th and 18th century silver and porcelain, 18th and 19th century British paintings, and ceramics to name a few.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Jane Austen Centre

Jane Austen Centre

The great novelist, Jane Austen was a resident of Bath and much of her writing brings out the impact the city had on her. That is why the Jane Austen Centre was set up in a classic Georgian town house in dedication to Bath’s most famous resident. Dress up as one of the Pride and Prejudice characters, enjoy a cup of tea and homemade cake at the themed Tea Rooms and admire Austen’s lifelike wax model, which was unveiled in 2014.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Royal Victoria Park

Royal Victoria Park

Stroll around or simply relax on the beautiful 57 acre green expanse of parkland at the Royal Victoria Park, which was named after Queen Victoria and thrown open to the public in 1830. Apart from having the less adventurous picnic grounds and sweet smelling botanical gardens, the park also plays host to a variety of high octane activities, such as hot air ballooning, an 18-hole mini golf course, tennis, and open air ice skating in November and December.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal

Revel in the awe-inspiring Georgian inspired Theatre Royal, which was built in 1805 and renovated in 2010. Feel like an Earl or a Lord in the days of yore as you walk through the charming and classically created corridors and interiors. Enjoy an opera, a comedy show, a drama, and West End productions that take place on a year round basis. You may want to try out a pre-show meal at the in-house Vaults Restaurant or the historic Garricks Head Pub.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City The Circus

The Circus

Stand in the centre of the manicured lawns and just breathe in the history and the aura exuded by the beautiful and marvellous Georgian architecture, of which the Circus is a perfect example. The construction commenced in 1754 based upon the design by John Wood the Elder, who unfortunately did not live long enough to see the fruits of his labour. It was eventually completed in 1768 by his son, John Wood the Younger. This amazing landmark has been the residence of many a famous people over the years including Hollywood actor Nicholas Cage in recent times.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Fashion Museum

Fashion Museum

Get a lesson in style and see how fashion has progressed over the past 400 years from a Georgian gown, to the latest haute couture and prêt by leading designers of contemporary times. This is considered to be the most magnificent building in terms of Georgian architecture in the city and features more than 160 dressed mannequins. It even has a dressing room where adults as well as children can try on the vintage coats, corsets and dresses and have a photograph taken against a Victorian backdrop.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass

Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass

Visit the Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass to see how molten glass is moulded and blown into exquisite pieces of stained glass art and various styles of drinking glasses with a tinge of aquamarine colour that will remind you of the Spa waters. Get a beginner’s course on the art of glass blowing and a hands-on creative experience with the highlight being - you able to take your work of art back home.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey

Get rooted to where you stand as you look up in admiration at the honey-gold stone columns, artistically stained glass windows, the intricately carved façade, and the imposing spires of the Bath Abbey. There were three different churches that occupied the space on which the Abbey currently stands and the present one was established in 1499, which is considered to be the last of the great medieval churches in England. Explore this beautiful place of worship and get breathtaking views of the city, along with visiting the Abbey bell and the ringing chamber.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Newton Park

Newton Park

Stroll along and take in the freshness emanating from the green grass surrounding the 18th century country house known as Newton Park. It was built between 1762-65 and was formerly used as a Red Cross Hospital to house the Australian and New Zealand troops during World War I. It currently houses the administrative staff of the Bath Spa University and includes a landscaped park, a fortified medieval manor house, Elizabethan farm buildings and several enclosed gardens.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Get into a quandary when you head to the most striking prehistoric monuments in Europe called Stonehenge, which is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many archaeologists, scientists and historians have racked their brains on what this fascinating stone circle was built for and the audio tours provide an insight on these prehistoric objects, burial mounds and the towering stones existing there. It was believed to have been a Roman temple, used in astronomy or even a healing centre.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City American Museum

American Museum

If you are curious to see the finest collection of American artefacts and memorabilia outside of the US, then the American Museum is the place to be. Set within 120 acres of lush greenery and stunning scenery, discover the Folk Art gallery, the amazing quilt collection and the numerous period rooms going back to the colonial times until the Civil War.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum

Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum

Picture sinking your teeth into a brioche bun slathered with jam, cream or any other savoury spread, followed by a sip of Earl Grey tea. Head to Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House & Museum where this is possible thanks to Solange Luyen, a French lady who arrived in Bath in 1680 and started baking this famous bun. Eventually her name was anglicised to Sally Lunn (after which this bun also gets the name), had the locals flocking to the bakery just for this delicacy. It also houses a museum, which is open daily to the public, showcasing the original kitchen that was used to create this wonderful bread.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City The Bath Literature Festival

The Bath Literature Festival

The literati and book worms are sure to love this. The Bath Literature Festival is an annual literary fest that is held from the last week of February to the first week of March. It plays host to a huge selection of authors, journalists, novelists, poets, actors, comedians and writers where in many a literary-themed debates and discussions are held.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Pump Room

Pump Room

Feel a sense of aristocracy and class when you set foot into the Pump Room, which was where the high Georgian society from days gone by came to collect the warm spa water. Today it has been converted into one of the most fantastic restaurants in Bath--what with its grand and imposing columns, magnificent interiors and painstaking decoration. You can sip on a glass of the famous spa water from the Roman Baths and experience a quintessentially British high tea session that includes a selection of teas, coffees or Champagne accompanied by sandwiches, pastries, meringues, cakes, and parfaits.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Bath Featured City Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge

Designed by Robert Adam, the Pulteney Bridge is credited with being one among the four historic bridges in the world to have the liberty of having shops built into it. They line both sides of the bridge across its full span. Just like the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, it is one of the most beautiful bridges across the globe and holds the sole credit of being the world’s most romantic bridge. It was built with the purpose of connecting central Bath to the back of the River Avon.

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