Britain’s only natural thermal spa can be found in the World Heritage site of Bath. This unique attraction uses the same sultry, mineral enriched hot springs as was used in the original baths of some 2000 years ago which were used by both the celts and romans.
Bath is a beautiful city with a long and varied history that includes and pre-dates the Roman invitation of Britain. Visitors flock to Bath from all over the world to see the nearby pre-historic sites of Avebury and Glastonbury where the standing stones have fascinated millions of people throughout history.
The city of Bath has plenty to offer its visitors in the way of galleries and museums, due largely to the areas varied and celebrated history. The Bath Postal Museum is well worth a visit as it covers 4,000 years of communication, from letters written on clay to today’s electronic mail. The reconstructed nineteen thirties […]
If you are visiting Bath as a family, then several of the attractions appeal to adults, will also keep the children entertained. Bath has a variety of parks and gardens to enjoy, many of which have children’s play areas and cafes that serve refreshments.