What travelers say about Bath
who go there to study english.
Creative Bath, is an exciting, vibrating town where festivals & events are held periodically and arts celebrated all the year along, of which the Annual Spring Flower Exhibition, in April, the International Music Festival, in May and the Guitar Festival, in July along with Jane Austen Festival, in September, are just some among the manies.
Bath is a town ready to welcome anyone so wide the variety of its accomodation, services, events and ... More attractions is!
In the area are to be found typical british country houses hotels where the tourist can get good opportunities to enjoy some relax fishing, playing golf or horse riding.
Good food is at Bath, too! Specialties are the Cheddar Cheese and the Bath Bun to mention just a few!
Many are, in fact, the places where to go to and enjoy a delicious meal! From the informal bistros up to high quality international restaurants.
Nearly everywhere are alehouses and taverns providing good food at a nice price and an informal, cosy atmosphere, which will help you relax! Climate is temperate, and warm due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. Anyhow, it is on average drier and warmer than other northern sites in the United Kingdom.
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