City Guide

Bath

Located in the southwest of England, Bath is a popular spa town during the George era and is now a world-famous tourist city. Bath has a long history and its Georgian architecture is well preserved and was listed as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO World Heritage in 1987. Annual Jane Austen Festival (The Jane Austen FestivalBoth the Christmas market and the Christmas market attract a large number of tourists.

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Background
Attractions
Activities
Cuisines
Transport
Tips & Tricks

Background

In the 50th year of the AD, the Romans discovered hot springs in Bath and built a public bathhouse for people to use. At the same time, a temple was built. At that time, Bath was already a very developed city. But in 407 AD, the Roman army left the United Kingdom, and Bath was abandoned and abandoned.

During the Anglo-Saxon period to the Middle Ages, Bath gradually recovered. In 1189, the main industry at this time was the manufacture of wool processed products. After the 18th century, Bath gradually became a hot spring tourism industry, and many famous buildings were also built at that time, such as the Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge.

In 1987, Bath was listed as a World Heritage Site. Today, Bath's tourism industry is still booming. In 2006, the new Thermae Bath Spa, combined with the new and old buildings of Bath Spa, allows visitors to directly experience the bath culture of the Roman era.

Attractions

Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey was built in the 7th century and is one of the must-visit visits to Bath. The monastery's most special design is located on the west side of the ladders of Angels, designed by the Bath Bishop's dream of angel climbing stairs.

Opening hours
Monday|9:30-17:30
Tuesday to Friday | 9:00 – 17:30
Saturday | 9:00-18:00
Sunday | 13:00-18:00  

Ticket fee
(Recommended music donation amount) Adult £4|Children £2|Respect for the elderly £2

Bath Abbey. Photo by Serina
Bath: The Roman Baths

Roman Baths

The Roman Baths were founded by the Romans around 70 AD and are one of the best preserved Roman remains in the world. The museum combines the museum's antiquities and ruins at the time, allowing visitors to experience the Roman era of 2,000 years ago.

At the end of the tour, you can experience hot spring water near the exit, which contains 43 minerals. People at the time believed that this water had health care functions for the human body. From mid-June to the end of August, the bath is open until 10 pm. There is a torch and lighting in the pavilion to experience different atmospheres.

Opening hours
January to June | 09:30-17:00
June to August | 09:00-21:00
August to October | 09:00-17:00
November to December | 09:30-17:00

Ticket fee
Holiday|Adult £22|Student & Seniors £20.5|6-18 years old £14.5
Weekdays | Adult £20|Student & respect £18.5|6-18 years old and below £12.5

Royal Crescent The Royal Crescent

The Royal Crescent was built between 1767 and 1775. It is a crescent-shaped road for 30 houses and a classic British-style building. Nowadays, most of the buildings here are private residences. No. 1 Royal Crescent is a museum that displays the life of people in Bath in the 18th century.

Jane Austen's book Persuasion is here.

The Royal Crescent. Photo by Serina

Bath

Passing through time and space, witnessing the movement of history

Millennium unsolved mystery

Activities

Bath Bath: The Jane Austen Centre, Jane Austen Centre

Jane Austin Festival

The Jane Austen Festival, which commemorates the British novelist and author of "Ration and Sensibility" Jane Austen, has attracted many fans every year since its inception in 2001. The event lasts for 10 days, including "Jen Austin". In the parade, everyone will change into the 18th century costumes and walk along the street, as if returning to the time of Jane Austen.

Activity time  September each year
Event Location Gay Street
Purchase ticket

Bath Christmas Market

Although Bath's Christmas Market is not the largest in the UK, it is the most flavorful.In the market, there are many stalls selling food, wine and handicrafts, and the crowds are full of people in the ancient city, adding a warm atmosphere to Christmas.

Christmas market time Every November

Cuisines

Seafood Restaurant The Scallop Shell

The Scallop ShellIt is a seafood restaurant with fish and chips, grilled fish and other seafood. The lunch package is about £10 for fish and chips.

address 22 Monmouth Pl, Bath BAY 2AY
Reference fee £10-20/part

The Scallop Shell is a seafood restaurant with fish and chips, grilled fish and other seafood. The lunch menu is for fish and chips, and the price is about £10. Photo by Serina

Traditional English Bar The Raven

The RavenIt is a traditional English pub and is best known for its pie. Every night, it is often a hard time to ask for a beer, a pie, and a taste! To eat at the bar, you must first find your own seat, then take the dishes from the bar staff, select the favorite meals, and then order at the bar.

address 6-7 Queen Street, Bath BA1 1HE
Meal time
Monday to Saturday | 11:00-21:00
Sunday | 11:00 – 20:30

Transport

Bath Spa Station is conveniently located in the city.

train

Bath's train station is located in the city. IfLondon(London) is the starting point. It is recommended to get off at Paddington Station and get off at Bath Spa Station. The total journey takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Tips & Tricks

Jane Austen House

The British novelist Jane Austen lived in Bath from 1801 to 1806. Bath opened an exhibition hall in its old home. The space was small, but it was enough to satisfy the curiosity of the book fans. The exhibition hall is located near the Roman Baths. There is a tea house Regency Tea Room upstairs. If you are tired, you are a good choice for a break and a cup of tea.

Opening hours Monday to Friday 09:30-17:00

Bath Bath: The Jane Austen Centre, Jane Austen Centre
The Pulteney Bridge is the first-class monument in the UK. Photo by Serina

Bridge shop street

The Pulteney Bridge is a first-class registered monument in the UK. From a distance, it is elegant and quiet, but as soon as you approach it, you will find that there are many shops on the bridge, very lively! Here, don't just take pictures in the distance, take a bridge to see this "shop street."

More trips

"Game of Thrones" Filming locations | 1 Day Tour | Departing from Belfast

Loading... Northern Ireland Giants Causeway & "Song of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones" Shooting Scene 1 Day Tour [Watch] Dark Hedges The boulevards on either side of the beech tree are full of mystery The magical beauty is also the scene of the King's Road in the HBO album "Song of Ice and Fire: Power Game". Giant's Causeway The Giant's Causeway is famous for its stone pillar wonders. It was formed after the volcanic eruption of ancient times. It is one of the must-see sights of the United Nations as a world cultural heritage. Ballintoy Harbour The most beautiful fishing village in Ireland, because it still retains the look of the old times, the "Power Game" crew was attracted by this unique scene, set as the shooting scene of the Iron Islands. The traditional style of the crew has not been added to the traditional style, so the fans come here, there will be a familiar familiar feeling! [Guide language] English [trip] One day shooting scenes and world wonders, but also docked in a mysterious cave, it is also one of the "power game" shooting scene! Whether you have seen the album or not, these unique natural beauty and fishing village scenery will make you feel good about Ireland. * From now until September 1st, 2019, the Game of ThronesTM Touring Exhibition in Belfast will be presented. The tour guide will reserve 1.5 hours in the afternoon to Belfast. But will not visit the port of Ballinto.