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    Named – a tad unoriginally, in truth – after its natural hot spring Roman baths, the city of Bath is an English hidden gem, both beautiful and slightly backwards, with the Roman influence running like a seam through its streets. The city was once know as Aquae Sulis, and home to a vast and luxurious set of Roman baths that became a major travelers spot and community centre. It remains a top, underappreciated tourist town to this day.

    Of course, if you see one place it has to be those baths, which retain their original design, but have now been developed into a fantastic tourist attraction, home to everything from the jewels once dropped into the steaming water from ill-secured jewelry to full explanations of the assembled Godly statues and reconstructions. Sadly you can’t actually get in the baths anymore, but you can sample the tangy spring water at the end of your tour, and there is a natural (but modern) spa to be found elsewhere in the city.

    Right next door to the baths you’ll find Bath Abbey, an old gothic church with an impressive façade, while the streets nearby are home to old Roman pillared walkways. Bath has also had some impressive developments since Roman times, though, including bohemian Walcot Street, an off the wall market, as well as more recent but still impressive old buildings scattered around the city. Over the last few decades, Bath has become a rugby powerhouse, providing plenty of players to the England national team, and is now the perfect place to experience live, bone crunching professional rugby, too.

    Nearby attractions include bigger and brasher Bristol, with its lovely harbor and impressive Gorge Bridge, or Bradford Upon Avon, a tiny rural town that’s everything you imagined village life in Britain to be.

    Bath is very nearly a must see UK tourist spot, competing with nearby Salisbury, London and Oxford for essential southern spots to drop in on. Charming, ancient and exciting round almost every corner, it’s a spot you might not have heard of, but you’ll definitely be writing home about.
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    • SouthGate, Bath
      0.33 Km from Bath
      SouthGate is a shopping centre in Bath, Somerset, England, It is home to over 50 shops, 6 restaurants, 99 homes and an 860-space underground car park. It replaced a shopping centre which was demolished in 2007. The new centre developed by Multi Corporation UK is more than double the size of the previous space and provides 37,000 sq metres of retail space, 3,500 sq metres of leisure space, 2,300 sq metres of restaurant space plus 99 residential units. It was designed by Chapman Taylor to mimic Ge...
    • Guildhall, Bath
      0.69 Km from Bath
      The Guildhall in Bath, Somerset, England was built between 1775 and 1778 by Thomas Baldwin to designs by Thomas Warr Attwood. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The current Bath stone building replaced a Stuart Guildhall, built in 1625, which itself replaced an earlier Tudor structure. The facade has 4 Ionic columns and the building is surmounted by the figure of Justice. The central dome was added in 1893. It forms a continuous building with the Victoria Art Gallery and the co...
    • The Egg (theatre)
      0.70 Km from Bath
    • Theatre Royal, Bath
      0.73 Km from Bath
    • Recreation Ground (Bath)
      The Recreation Ground (commonly the Rec) is a large open space in the centre of Bath, England, next to the River Avon, which is available to be used by permission from the Recreation Ground Trust for recreational purposes by the public at large but particularly the people of Bath and surrounding areas. About a quarter of the Rec is leased to Bath Rugby during the rugby union season as a sports ground capable of holding 14,000 people. During the summer the rugby ground's temporary East Stand is r...
    • Francis Hotel, Bath
      0.83 Km from Bath
      The Francis Hotel is a four star hotel located in a Grade 1 listed building on the south side of Queen Square, Bath, Somerset, England. It is part of Accor's MGallery luxury boutique hotel collection.
    • Jane Austen Centre
      0.94 Km from Bath
    • St Mary's Church, Bathwick
      1.11 Km from Bath
      St Mary's Church, Bathwick (also called Bathwick Old Church) was a parish church in Bathwick in the city of Bath in England. The church was demolished in 1818. Its parish was succeeded by St Mary the Virgin's Church, Bathwick on Church Road at the base of Bathwick Hill. Its churchyard is currently contained in that of St John the Baptist's Church, Bathwick. Medieval in origin, it was recorded in May 1815 as being merely 64 feet long, 17 feet wide with room for 130 people seated. It featured a do...
    • Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass
      1.30 Km from Bath
      Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass is an arts centre and museum in Bath, Somerset, England. It showcases the skills of glassblowers and stained glass artists in demonstrations and also contains historic stained glass exhibits, which appeared on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow. Amongst its pieces is a William Burges stained glass window discovered deep in the vaults of Bath Abbey in 2009, valued at £10-15,000.
    • Royal Crescent
      1.37 Km from Bath
      The Royal Crescent is a row of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom and is a Grade I listed building. Although some changes have been made to the various interiors over the years, the Georgian stone façade remains much as it was when it was first built. Many notable people have eit...

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 4.3 90 39.7 35.4
    Feb 4.8 73.1 40.6 28.8
    Mar 6.3 67.6 43.3 26.6
    Apr 8.9 59.7 48 23.5
    May 12.1 59 53.8 23.2
    Jun 15.1 59.1 59.2 23.3
    Jul 16.9 70.6 62.4 27.8
    Aug 16.6 79.9 61.9 31.5
    Sep 14.3 66.6 57.7 26.2
    Oct 10.6 100.8 51.1 39.7
    Nov 7.3 94.7 45.1 37.3
    Dec 5.3 107.2 41.5 42.2

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