A precious city, Bath is home to some of the greatest Georgian architecture in the United Kingdom. Located in the valley of River Avon, Bath is such a beautiful city that it has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is special for its hot springs and the Roman Baths. The city provides a large range of attractions for visitors of every kind and attracts over 4.4 million people each year.
A world heritage site, Bath is a historic Georgian and Roman Spa city. It is situated at a distance of 100 miles west from London and the nearest big city here is Bristol. The town is set in the Somerset countryside on the southern part of Cotswolds, Bath. It is famous for its hot springs, Roman Baths, Georgiana architecture and Medieval Heritage. The town is creative, stylish and unique in nature and is the only place in Up where one can bathe in hot spa. It is a perfect destination for romantic breaks, short fun holidays, or a foodie's getaway to explore the new cuisine. The heyday of Bath began during the 18th century when Ralph Allen, John Wood Elder and Younger, transformed this sleepy backwater area into one of the popular cities in England. The major landmarks of the town are the Circus and the Royal Crescent.
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