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Bath Travel Guide  

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Bath peopled by over 100,000 people is a lively centre, favorite destination of youngs
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 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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Reviews Bath

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Mostly toured in summer, the city still preserves Elizabethan and Georgian architectures, evidences of its rich, cultural background as a tourist & healthy resort. Lots are the things to do and the places where to go to when in... more Bath! Museums, art galleries, show exhibitions and much more, not last the roman baths and what about Austen’s Centre, as to get in touch with the extraordinary Jane! Shopping goers are offered a true paradise in both quality and quantity! At present in Bath are three theatres, Royal, Ustinov Studio and Rondo Theatre, where periodically perform companies, orchestras and directors from all world. The city also boasts a long musical tradition: in its Abbey, the greatest concert venue in the city, are held about twenty concerts per year. Deserve a visit the Victoria Art Gallery, Museum of East Asian Art, and The Holburne Museum of Art, along with The Postal Museum and The Museum of Costume, not to forget The Jane Austen Centre and the Roman Baths. The city offers lots of parks where go and enjoy some relax. Among the manies are: Royal Victoria, downtown, where is usually organized the International Music Festival. In it are to be found a botanical garden and some sports facilities. Sydney Gardens, the very place to enjoy and feel at ease. Alexandra Park from where a romantic view of the city can be enjoyed. Not far from Bath are interesting and charming villages and market towns which deserve a visit, as well!
Pallavi Singh
Level 100     4 Trophy   
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Bath is situated in England’s Somerset Country and is designated as World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. Bath has a wide variety of museums. Some of them are Herschel Museum of Astronomy which is a modest Georgian Town House, The... more Jane Austen Centre features life during the Regency times, Roman Bath that features a temple and a bathing complex, Fashion Museum that has a huge collection of dresses and footwear. There are many outdoor activities such as Boating along the Kennet and Avon Canal, Cycling, Walking, Golf, Spa, Hot Air Ballooning, Short Courses like cooking and floristry and Fishing. Some of the shopping centers to be visited are Central Area, South Gate, Upper Town, Western Area, Outside Bath and Artisan Quarter. Bath also hosts a number of food events every year. The famous restaurants in Bath are Tides Restaurant, The Dower House Restaurant, Aio Sardinia and Nonna’s Italian Restaurant
Not to be missed Jane Austen Centre , Kennet and Avon Canal , Herschel Museum
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