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City Sightseeing Bath Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this truly is the best way to see the sights of Bath.On this City Sightseeing tour you can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard the open-top double-decker bus. There are 15 stops and the entire route takes approximately 45 minutes. The bus departs every 10 - 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from firs The Royal Crescent The Circus Great Pulteney Street and Pulteney Bridge
From GBP15.00
 
City Sightseeing Bath Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"With great views from the top of the bus strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary this truly is the best way to see the sights of Bath.On this City Sightseeing tour you can hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard the open-top double-decker bus. There are 15 stops and the entire route takes approximately 45 minutes. The bus departs every 10 - 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from firs The Royal Crescent The Circus Great Pulteney Street and Pulteney Bridge
From GBP15.00
 
"Bath
"Bath Stonehenge and The English Countryside Day Tour from London ""Leave London in the morning and beat the crowds to Stonehenge. Enjoy informative commentary along the way with the assistance of your knowledgeable guide. Arrive at Stonehenge and enjoy a walk around the ancient monoliths before it gets too busy. Take a admire the architecture and see the famous Pultney Bridge. Visit the Royal Crescent the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey (own expense). Try one of the many restaurants available for lunch. Ask your guide for a recommendation. Leave Bath to return to London arriving at approximately 6:30pm."""
From GBP64.00

Roman Baths Tips (123)

ROMAN BATHS - EARLY ROMAN PEOPLE

In the Museum was a display on the "People of Aquae Sulis"...The Roman name for Bath.It was interesting to see the objects, like the stone head of a Lady from the 1 A., and to see how different they...
balhannah
Dec 28, 2013

ROMAN BATHS - PLUNGE POOLS

Don't be mislead when here, NOT ALL THE POOLS HAVE HOT WATER!The circular pool in my photo, is a 1.6 metre deep COLD plunge pool!A cold plunge bath was a feature of many Roman bath houses, but rarely...
balhannah
Dec 28, 2013

ROMAN BATHS - THE TEMPLE

The Temple at Bath is one of only two truly classical temples known from Roman Britain. It was the place where the cult statue of the goddess Sulis Minerva was housed. Not only is the ornamental...
balhannah
Dec 28, 2013

ROMAN BATH'S TERRACE

What ever you do at the Baths, don't miss visiting "The Terrace."The Terrace overlooks the Great Bath and is lined with statues of Roman Governors of Britain, Roman Emperors and military leaders from...
balhannah
Dec 28, 2013

ROMAN BATHS

This is what I wanted to see, I had heard and read so much about them.We arrived at the entrance, paid our admission fee, were given a brochure and free audio-guide and we were on our way.This is...
balhannah
Dec 28, 2013

ROMAN BATHS - THE GREAT BATH

The Great Bath was where most people seemed to be. They were sitting on the edge, dipping their feet and hand's into the Water.It is the centrepiece of the Roman baths, a pool lined with 45 sheets of...
balhannah
Jan 24, 2012

Roman Baths

The whole reason the city is there. The Romans discovered the advantages of the natural mineral hot springs and built a huge complex of Baths and temples. The baths and the city deteriorated but was...
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tvor
Aug 05, 2011

Aquae Sulis

The Roman Baths were built over unique hot springs of water. The Romans built a temple To Minerva and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. Look down at the green water, from which...
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uglyscot
Jun 17, 2011

The Pump Rooms, Bath

Built by Baldwin between 1790 to 1795. This neo-classical salon was once the social hub of Bath. For over 2,000 years, the secret of the hot spring waters as a curative property has lured visitors to...
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suvanki
Apr 04, 2011

Known as Aquae Sulis

The Roman Baths are worth visiting for the history and how Bath became an important city in the Roman times as well as the Georgian ones. The Baths are known as Aquae Sulis which were originally...
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spidermiss
Jul 11, 2010

Roman Baths

The Roman Bath’s are one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England and are Britain's only hot spring. The site includes the remains of the Temple of Aquae Sulis, the Roman baths fed by...
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grayfo
Mar 25, 2010

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths are by far the biggest tourist attraction in Bath. The Baths themselves are below the modern street level. There are four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman...
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Myfanwe
Mar 10, 2010
 
 
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Royal Crescent

This property is ten minutes walk from the town centre near Victoria park, you can get a no 7 bus from town (just ask for the circus). You can get the City sightseeing bus, but the cost is £12 and...
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Pulteney Bridge

This will be my pictures of the scenic Ponte Vecchio Bridge in Florence Italy, which was the Inspiration of the Pulteney Bridge so you can see the similarities and differences of both bridges. One of...
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River Avon

If you have at least two days or more to explore the City of Bath and not in a hurry, You can go on an Avon River Boat Tour and or Cruise of which You can take the Narrow Boats in the downstream of...
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Queens Square

Designed by John Wood, the Elder, during the Georgian times in the 18th Century. Wood lived in one of the square's houses with its Palladian architecture. The square's obelisk was erected by Beau Nash...
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Circus

Bath was a kind of experiment: In the 18th century, Ralph Allen, a rich businessman, bought the sandstone quarries of Claverton and Combe Down near Bath. Together with John Wood sr., he fulfilled his...
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Bath Abbey

Every Thursday the organ pipes is tuned, which is quite loud. One pipe sounded like my old hoover on the blink before it exploded and died, the other sounded like the QE2 leaving port. You don't...
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