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21 - 25 June 2017 | Bath, UK

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About Bath

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The World Heritage City of Bath

Ever since the Romans recognised the unique potential of Bath’s natural hot thermal springs, the golden city of Bath has been welcoming visitors to enjoy its obvious charms. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the beautiful Georgian city of Bath presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe including the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney Bridge.

Bath’s rich diversity of museums, galleries and attractions are all within easy walking distance and offer art, culture and history lovers everything from astronomy to American history. The fifteenth century Bath Abbey and the world-famous Roman Baths can be found in heart of the city and are ‘must-sees’ for any visitor.

Bath is also a celebrated shopping centre, with a range of specialist and well-known stores, and a foodie heaven with a wide range of pubs, independent restaurants and cafes serving delicious food and drink.

For spa-lovers, the world-class Thermae Bath Spa also offers the ultimate relaxing treat to bathe in the only natural thermal waters in the country. Enjoy stunning views of Bath from their impressive rooftop swimming pool.

You can also check out these other places of interest to visit, if you are extending your stay.

For more information visit: www.visitbath.co.uk

Or contact: the Bath Visitor Information Centre by telephone: 0844 847 5256

Email: tourism@bathtourism.co.uk