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Bath is a World Heritage City, and is a unique destination, offering a fascinating glimpse at historical England, stretching from the Romans to the Georgians.

A contrast of old and new

You will be sucked in by the vibrant atmosphere of this energetic city, whether you choose to eat in one of the many top class restaurants, take a stroll though the picturesque parks, or see some of the finest architecture in the country. Around Bath is some magnificent countryside, and the city sits between two 'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty', which are the Cotswolds and the Mendips. These areas provide great territory to explore and you will find quaint country pubs, picturesque lakes and rivers, and villages that are full of character. If you want a change from the hectic rush of the big city then Bath is the place for you.

The JAG Travel Bath Survival Guide provides all the essential information you need. Remember to check it out before any trip.

Must See

  • The Victoria Art Gallery

    Bath's largest gallery with temporary exhibitions and a permanent display upstairs.

    Opposite Pulteney Bridge, Bath.

  • Roman Baths

    The most famous tourist attraction in Bath.

    Pump Room, Stall Street, Bath.

  • Bath at Work

    A museum charting the industrial history of the city that provides a fascinating insight.

    Julian Road, Bath.

  • Jane Austen Centre

    Jane Austen lived and based several of her books in Bath, and on Gay Street, near where she once lived there is a centre dedicated to her works.

    40 Gay Street, Bath.