The entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
Thermae Spa, Bath, England
- Bath is one of Britain’s most unique and special cities, with the world's best-preserved Roman bathhouses and some of the UK’s grandest Georgian architecture. It is one of only a handful of whole cities designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The only UK city where you can bathe in naturally hot spring water.
- There is so much to do in this awe-inspiring city. Visit the historic Roman Baths, take a self-guided walking tour of this compact city, see Georgian gowns at the fashion museum to, sample the warm spa water at the Pump Room fountain, or bathe in the open-air rooftop pool at Thermae Bath Spa.
- The city is just 20 miles from Bristol Airport for flights to over 113 international destinations and 98 minutes from London by train. Bath is serviced by an excellent road network and you can walk from one end of the city to the other in around 25 minutes.
- Bath and its surrounding area, offer a wondrous choice of restaurants, from top-end fine dining choices to good quality traditional English pub food. Local Michelin star restaurants include the Manor House Hotel and Lucknam Park. In the city centre, the Asian inspired Johann Lafer at the Gainsborough Bath Spa, Clayton’s Kitchen at The Porter and The Chequers gastropub all offer fabulous dining experiences.