This self-guided walking tour explores the key sights and hidden gems in Bath. One of the top travel destinations in the UK, the city of Bath offers an escape to magnificent Georgian architecture and beautiful Cotswold countryside.
Located on the coast of the Bristol Channel, Clevedon is a Victorian seaside town. Featuring a striking 19th century pier, arresting Victorian architecture and a peaceful coastal promenade, Clevedon offers the perfect day out by the coast.
Bristol is a historic and cultural city, and one of the top places to visit in the UK. From striking architecture to remarkable street art, colourful houses and trendy shops, Bristol offers an escape for everyone.
Bradford-on-Avon is a quaint market town in Wiltshire near Bath. From quaint cottages and narrow streets to charming medieval landmarks and delightful walks along the waterside, the medieval town offers the perfect day out.
The city of Wells in Somerset offers a serene escape to striking architecture, charming British quintessence and enthralling rolling hills. To explore the best of Wells, visit the majestic cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace, the town streets and more.
Escape to Bristol’s SS Great Britain and travel back to seafaring times. The 19th century ship is a museum narrating the vessel’s story, and offers a remarkable sensory experience. The SS Great Britain will captivate your sight, hearing and smell!
Known for the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Georgian terraced houses, Clifton Village is a charming neighbourhood of Bristol. From Observatory Hill to Princess Victoria Street, explore Clifton Village to the fullest.
From a charming Roman settlement to an enchanting Georgian hub, Bath has developed into the striking city it is today. Crowned a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the spa city has many magnificent places to visit.
The city of Bath was once an enchanting Georgian hub and the setting of two Jane Austen novels. To escape to the 18th century and explore Jane Austen’s Bath, visit these 9 sights and walk in Jane Austen’s footsteps.
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