Bath Transportation

  • Bath Bus Station
    Bath Bus Station
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  • Station Frontage
    Station Frontage
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  • The Viaduct
    The Viaduct
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  • 1. Trains

    I travelled to Bath by train, taking less than 1.5 hours from London’s Paddington Station to Bath Spa. The scenery along the way is very pretty in places, notably the last stretch of the journey...

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  • 2. Buses

    I caught the 339 Bus from Bristol's Victoria Street to Bath's Bus Station. The journey took approximately 45 minutes and traveled via Brislington, Keynsham, Saltford and Newton St Loe. One way cost me...

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  • 3. Driving to Bath

    Although Bath can be reached by public transport, for our second and third trips we have chosen to drive. From south-east London, the trip takes about 3 hours, depending on how bad the traffic is. The...

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  • 4. Walking

    By far the best way to get around the centre of Bath is to walk. It’s a compact city, and with historical buildings on every street and a large number of interesting one-off shops you’ll find...

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  • 5. Driving in Bath

    Parking in Bath is limited and can be expensive. If you are planning to stay overnight, I recommend you book a hotel or b&b with off-road parking. This may mean you stay a 5 - 10 minute walk from the...

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  • 6. Local Buses

    We took a local bus from Victoria Park on the outskirts of Bath down to the train station. It cost 3 of us (two seniors and one child) £2.40, and I think it was only so much because it was two zones....

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  • 7. London-Bath-Wells

    Bath is frequently seen as a day trip from London and while I think it deserves more time than this, it can be done easily. There are trains about every half...

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  • 8. Options for getting to Bath from London

    Train, 1 1/2 hours via rail from Paddington or Waterloo, the cheapest fare is 19L if you reserve at least 7 days in advance but only on certain trains and you...

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  • 9. Getting there

    By RailFrom London, the quickest route is the train from Paddington Station.Journey takes around 90minutes.www.thetrainline.comBy CoachDeparts from LOndon...

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  • 10. Hire a Car

    We hired a car and drove around the UK... It was easy for us since we are used to driving on the left side of the road, although the strange road signs had us...

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  • 11. The Red City Tour Hop on and Off Bus

    To get where you want and have some inside information on the town, it's adviseable to take this bus. It takes you along a certain touristic route through...

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  • 12. Take a bus

    I bought a ticket for one of the double decker tour busses. It's a great way to get around the city. There are advantages to getting around this way. The ticket...

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  • 13. The Severn Bridge links...

    The Severn Bridge links England and Wales. In fact there are two of them, this picture is the toll gates of the new one. The new one is further towards the sea,...

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  • 14. Cars can be a nightmare so try...

    Cars can be a nightmare so try a bus or train.Walk as it is not a very big city. If you are lazy/old/pregnant then get a tour bus, just like the open-top ones...

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