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Things to do in Bath

Keep the kids entertained with a visit to Bath

We all know that spa breaks in Bath are fantastic for mums and dads, but if you’re wondering what the city holds for young children then you’re about to be even more impressed. Aside from the many family attractions to discover in and around the city (and it’s worth bearing in mind that many of the landmark days out aim to be as engaging as possible for younger visitors) you’ll also find a selection of soft play areas for tots too.
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Romantic city breaks in Bath

Snatching a few days away with that special someone doesn’t have to mean a long flight and months of planning, and Bath spa breaks are always popular with couples keen to spend some time away from it all. If the social diary’s starting to look jam-packed as Christmas approaches it’s a good idea to book a few days just for you before things get crazy, and there are few cities that make romancing easier than beautiful Bath.
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Welcome 2014 in Bath

It’s that time of year again already, when we’re digging out our glad rags (or, let’s face it replacing them with the newest trends) and starting to think about how to see in the New Year. If the usual options aren’t looking very exciting for seeing 2014 then why not get away from it all and book accommodation in Bath? The city of heritage is just the place to make new memories together, and if this year’s an extra special one then 35-bedroom Royal Hotel makes a beautiful place to mark it.
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An alternative guide to Bath

There’s an exciting new way to experience the city of Bath, and it’s all thanks to one man’s inspirational idea. Secret City Tours was set up by Luke Tregidgo and it sees the homeless of the city act as guides to its visitors. The unlikely guides make the perfect people to show visitors everything about the city as they know every street, every hidden attraction and take from its past, and the unique project has seen fantastic success already.
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Boating in Bath

One of the best things about spa breaks in Bath is that they’re not only an opportunity to forget your cares and relax somewhere special for a day or two, but they’re also a great excuse to experience something new. Look a little closer at the city and you’ll find all kinds of things to do and ways to see Bath, and one of the most unique is setting off on the water from the Victorian boating station.
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3 things to do in Bath

Bath is a diverse city, and that means lots of choice of things to see and do – so here are three of our suggestions to help you plan your stay in the city. Bath spa breaks mean not only do visitors to the city get to relax in style and indulge in some pampering, but they can also have a great time enjoying its attractions. Let’s start with the boat trips available from Bath.
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Five more free things to do in Bath

We came up with so many free ways to enjoy our fair city that we had to save half of them, so if you’re considering booking one of our Bath spa breaks here are just a few of the budget ways to have a fantastic stay in the city. 5 Free things to do in Bath can be found here >>


Firstly, make sure you take in the unique sight that’s Pulteney Weir. With a history that goes all the way back to 1603, the weir is home to the beautiful Pulteney Bridge – and a photo of it is compulsory! If you’re more into your buildings and architecture than your history then you can enjoy the iconic Roman Baths building from one of its most fascinating angles – the outside. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the city’s biggest attractions.

Don’t miss the chance to explore the city’s university during a visit, and while it’s not quite as dazzling as some of the Georgian buildings it’s well worth going to have a look around. If you’re feeling energetic why not pull on your walking boots and walk the Bath Skyline? It’s a great way to experience the views of the city and stretches for an exhilarating 10km. Lastly, take your pick from the city’s free museums. Each one specialises in something different and they remain huge attractions.