Executive Travel & Sightseeing

Bath – Sightseeing Tours

The difficulty is not whether to visit Bath or not, it is a must see destination. It is deciding where to go as there is such a lot to see in such a small area.

At the southern edge of the Cotswolds, Bath sits in the Avon valley. The river Avon passes through the centre of the city on its way to Bristol and then via the Bristol Channel into the ocean.

The Roman Baths should be the first on your list, the water that rises from the ground here fell as rain on the Mendip hills, before its journey to what is considered the only hot spring in the United Kingdom.

Bath Abbey is just next door to the Roman Baths. Although built on earlier foundations, the current building dates back as far as the early 1500’s

The Royal Crescent (ask me about the Ha Ha Wall) and the Royal Circus, the Assembly rooms, the Pump Rooms, the stunning parade gardens, Pulteney Bridge. The Jane Austen Centre, Sally Lunns Tea Rooms. Thermae Bath Spa are all places that you should see or experience.

You can take walking tours, or sit in the square beside the Abbey and enjoy an almost constant stream of buskers playing for your pennies.

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