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As the only city in the UK that is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, a trip to Bath is like travelling back in time. Bridgerton fans will adore exploring filming locations such as the Royal Crescent and there are plenty of options for wellness and foodie fans, too.

Roman Baths

Discover Bath’s Roman past with a visit to this ancient religious spa, also known as Aquae Sulis. It was here our Roman ancestors worshipped the goddess Sulis Minerva and bathed in the waters of the natural thermal springs, waters which still flow hot to this day! Explore the ancient chambers, enjoy a year-round programme of events, and be sure to pick up gifts for friends at the shop.

Thermae Bath Spa

For a more modern take on the spa experience, take a trip to the Thermae Bath Spa. The only day spa in Britain that features Bath’s natural thermal waters, here you can take a dip in the Minerva Bath, enjoy steam rooms and the ice chamber in the Wellness Suite and marvel at the stunning city views from the rooftop pool. Book tickets for the Thermae Welcome package which gives two hours of spa access and use of a towel, robe and slippers.

Bath Abbey

With a history that dates back to 675 AD, Bath Abbey is a spectacular site to behold in the heart of this ancient city. Step inside to marvel at the King Edgar and Great East Windows, the fan vaulted ceiling and Birde’s Chantry Chapel. You can also join a Tower Tour to see even more of this stunning building. If you’re feeling fit, climb the 212 steps to the top of this Gothic church to admire breath-taking views of the city and its beautiful surroundings.

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Best for views

Pulteney Bridge

This picturesque bridge over the River Avon has been designated a Grade I listed building. Guests regularly flock to its boutiques, home to independent brands, restaurants and cafés, so it’s well worth strolling across for some retail therapy.

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Best for literature fans

GAY STREET

Bath has been home to many of Britain’s best loved writers and on Gay St, you can choose to learn more about the life and times of Jane Austen, or Mary Shelley and the writing of her classic novel, Frankenstein.

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Best for escaping the city

Bath Skyline Walk

Taking in ancient meadows and secluded valleys, this 6 mile walk takes between 3.5 and 4 hours to complete, but the views, the scenery and the work out are more than worth it. It’s also dog-friendly!

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