When visiting Bath, many people decide to buy a map and explore the wonderful city as best they can. The only trouble with being your own tour guide is you could potentially miss out on a lot of what the city has to offer.
If you’re in the city because you want to explore Bath, one of the best ways you can do that is by signing up for a guided tour. Some of the tours you can find in Bath are truly unique and as well as making your holiday just that little bit brighter, they can also help you to learn a great deal about the city too.
If you fancy touring Bath in style, then you might want to think about taking a Razorcat tour. Get chauffeur driven around this beautiful city on a trike, and experience the thrill of 3 huge wheels. A safe yet exciting way to explore all that Bath has to offer, touring this way will make your trip to the city an unforgettable one. Email email@example.com for more details.
If you would prefer a calmer touring experience, then why not hire a horse-drawn carriage to take you around the city? Taking you to Laura Fountain, Great Pultney Street and many other parts of Bath, this charming tour is a great way for you to experience the area in all its glory. If a relaxing break is something you would enjoy, why not make this wonderful tour a part of your Spa Break in Bath, and truly unwind as you see the sights? Visit courtyardcarriages.com for more details
Ghost Walks of Bath
If you loved to be spooked and hear a few ghostly tales, you’re sure to enjoy a ghost walk. As well as being a great spot for architecture and history-enthusiasts, Bath is ideal for those who love to learn about ghostly goings on. Wrap up warm, and make your way to the Garrick’s Head Pub which is situated next to the Theatre Royal. Wait outside for the tour guide, and be prepared to feel the hairs on the back of your next stand up.
Jane Austen Walking Tours
If you have come to the city of Bath to experience all-things Jane Austen, you may want to think about enjoying a Jane Austen walking tour. This tour will take you to Jane’s home, as well as the shops and parks she frequented. Meet outside K.C Change, which can be found in the Abbey Church Yard at 11am.
Walk and Draw Bath
If you’re a bit of a budding artist, be sure to take part in WalkAndDrawBath. You will have the chance to enjoy a truly interactive tour of the city, while brushing up on your drawing and painting skills. All art materials will be provided on the tour, which means you don’t have to worry about having the right equipment. For more information, please visit andrewlansley.info and prepare to enjoy a truly breath-taking tour of one of England’s most famous cities.
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