Somerset Transportation

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    Bath Bus Station
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Somerset Transportation

  • Trains

    Bath Transportation

    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 through Wiltshire, and the trains comfortable. Fares vary a lot but bargains can be had if you’re flexible about when to travel – check out The Trainline...

  • Buses

    Bath Transportation

    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 5.30 gbp (June 2012). The bus runs every half an hour on a Sunday and from 1800 every hour till midnight and early morning and late evenings Mondays...

  • Driving to Bath

    Bath Transportation

    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 distance is about 110-115 miles west. Bath is easy to reach from London, just follow the M4 either through the city centre or pick it up from the...

  • Walking

    Bath Transportation

    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 something interesting to look at wherever you go. There are plenty of sign to direct you, and most hotels have free maps of the city available, as does the...

  • Freedom with a Rental Car

    We had a pre-booked standard transmission Ford Mondeo 1.8LX from Hertz rentals at Heathrow airport to provide our means of transportation on this trip to England. The car worked quite well, although it was actually a bit too big for ease of use on the secondary highways of England. The narrow roads with no shoulders and limited parking in towns and...

  • Take the Back-Roads

    Driving along the back-roads of England is a real pleasure for me. Because the countryside is so varied in it's vegetation, the villages and farms are so quaint and scenic/historical attractions are liable to pop-up around any corner, it is a real visual treat! To make things even better, we had gorgeous winter weather on this leg of our trip,...


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