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How to Reach Bath from India

Indians can reach Bath by flight till London airport and then travel by bus, train or car. They may even fly till other airports nearby. There are no direct flights till Bristol airport.¾

Visa Policy for Indians

One needs to apply for a Standard Visitor Visa if they want to visit the UK for leisure, business or any medical treatment. One can stay in UK for 6 months with this visa. The standard cost of visa is GBP 87. There are various Visa application centres where the Indians can apply for getting a tourist visa for Bath. Visa applications can be made here:

How to reach Bath by flight

There are smaller regional airports near Bath which provide the tourists a more sedate experience. Bristol International Airport is located at a distance of 20 miles from Bath and has many scheduled flights from major European cities like Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Paris, but not London. Southampton Airport is about 2 hours from Bath ¾by train and many budget flights operate here. Other nearby airports are Cardiff Airport, Exeter Airport and the Bournemouth Airport which have low cost airlines.¾

Starting city Return price (approx)
Mumbai ₹ 46,036 View
New Delhi ₹ 52,597 View
Bengaluru ₹ 74,930 View
Chennai ₹ 96,231 View
Hyderabad ₹ 69,793 View

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How to reach Bath by road

Bath is located 10 miles from the junction 18 of the M4 Motorway which runs from London to Heathrow airport. There are also excellent motorway links from the northern part of the city like Devon and Cornwall via M5 motorway. Wales is also a short drive from there. Cabs or cars can be taken to reach Bath from the major cities nearby. If one is driving in town, the best option is to use the park and ride facilities.¾

How to reach Bath by train

The Victorian station of Bath Spa is located on the Great Western Railway. It lies in the city centre and connects the city to various nearby places with regular regional services till Bristol, Reading, London, Salisbury, Southampton, Weymouth and Swindon. Oldfield park is another stop in the residential suburb areas.¾

Local transport in Bath

Most important locations in the city are at a walkable distance from the city centres, as well as, the stations. The roads are quite congested and driving is not at all advised in the streets. Most of the streets in Bath are pedestrian only areas. The public buses are the most adequate means of British public transport and there is a popular Park and Ride bus system which operates from a ring of car parks around the city outskirts. There are also tour buses and taxis which cover the major attractions in the city.¾

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