When you’re in Bath you’ll no doubt want to get out and about. Visiting the city gives you the opportunity to see all that it has to offer, but you may not know where to start. This article will fill you with a few ideas so you can get to your bed and breakfast in Bath and relax a little before venturing out into this historic city.
Highlights of Bath City Walk
Why not spend a bit of time on a tour so you get to see a wide range of places? Chances are you may spot buildings and see sights you may have otherwise missed. A tour is a great way for you to learn about many of Bath’s main attractions as well as the history of the area. Lasting two hours, the tour around Bath will be both relaxed and entertaining. At the time of writing the tours take place on a Saturday afternoon and need to be booked in advance.
Make sure you wear sensible shoes so you can walk around the city with ease. If it looks like rain, pack a suitable coat. If you’re lucky enough to be in Bath when it’s sunny, don’t forget to take a hat, sun glasses and even some sun tan lotion.
The Royal Crescent
One of the most famous landmarks in this wonderful city is The Royal Crescent. Featured in many films and televisions shows, this magnificent crescent has to be seen to be believed. If it’s a sunny day, why not take a picnic and enjoy one of the worlds’ best landmarks? Don’t forget to have a closer look at the wonderful architecture that inspires and puzzles many of its visitors.
Shopping in Bath
If you love to go on a bit of a shopping spree, you’re going to love Bath. If you simply love to wander around the shops and see what’s on offer, the Georgian city of Bath also has plenty on offer to you. It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for, you are sure to find it here. From well-known shops to those quirky individual ones that are a bit of a gem, Bath has it all.
Don’t forget to pick up a few souvenirs from the Visitor Information Centre or the British Emporium so you have a reminder of your time here.
Getting out and about in Bath does not have to be energetic. You don’t have to rush around trying desperately to see the sights. Why not head to Alexandra Park on Shakespeare Avenue and enjoy a bit of peace and quiet? Spanning 11 acres, this beautiful park offers some incredible panoramic views of Bath. Visit the park via Shakespeare Avenue, or alternatively, climb the steps known as ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ and find a bench to recover from your climb.
This park is just wonderful and is perfect if you want to get away from busy city life for a short while. No matter whether there’s sunshine or showers, you’ll find Alexandra Park the perfect place for you to relax and enjoy your time in Bath.