How to reach
The nearest big town is Bristol, connected to all major cities in Britain through rail/air/road. From Bristol, it is just 20 mins journey by train (Bath Spa station).
1. Have a sip of best ale's
2. Be a guest of perfect English hospitality (food and culture).
3. Do visit Thermal Spa - 2 hour of the authentic Bath Spa experience.
4. Dine at the famous assembly rooms and sip the famous Bath Spa Water, which is believed to cure ailments (Like the holy water of river ganges in india)
5. Enjoy the walk across the ancient bath city.
Places to visit
a. Royal Crescent and Circus Houses of the Nobles, a Holiday home for the celebrities of yesteryears.
b. Monumental houses around the Theatre Royal which tells present you with the stories of the Window Taxing era and Garricks Head, which houses the famous Ghost of the bride of Nash.
c. Bath Abbey ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã¢Â€Âœ A huge cathedral in its glory periods, now just half of its actual size. Renowned as The place where the first king of England was Crowned..
d. Grade 1 listed buildings.
e. Shops on the bridge of River Avon,
f. The Assembly rooms, The Ballroom of yesteryears, place to meet up.
g. For people interested in literature, it houses the Jane Austen Gallery.
h. 2 hour guided tour of Bath, starting from Bath Abbey.
i. The walk across River Avon.
Bath is symbolic of man's street smart nature, his ability to make best use of the available resources (environment, people and society rules). The city Bath was built as a place to provide ailment from disease and to replenish. Further on, Myths related to Natural SPA water that it can cure certain untreatable diseases and about its soil is also believed to contain the constituents which are supposed to cure hazardous diseases.All these factors help in increasing the visitor's crowd to bath. Local people like Nash cashed on this, and started constructing houses, hospitals and rooms to serve the huge population turning up to bath, to get cured. This gave rise to a boom in construction and architectural designing, monuments like Royal Crescent, Circus, Bath Abbey, The Assembly Rooms were constructed during this era and now are now part of world Heritage. The local government was not too far off in getting their share of cash, so they introduced taxes like Window Tax, In which one has to pay tax based on the number of windows one's house has.
The best thing about the current Bath city, is that, it is one of the few places least affected by the cultures of foreign nationalities; the old English culture is still intact at this place. The food, drinks, environment and the people make this place authentically Brit.