Independent, creative, unique and stylish indeed
Beautiful and historic Bath is indeed full of character and on a warm, sunny weekend in March, it moves with an energy that few places have.
Set in picturesque Somerset with a population of nearly 90,000, it is most famous for its Roman baths and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. A fact the local council takes very seriously as care and attention is taken with the upkeep of the city. In fact, on some streets, it’s like being on a movie set as Georgian-era architecture utilizes Bath stone to remind the wandering visitor of the city’s grandeur.
Jane Austen resided here for a while. Something the city celebrates at the end of May each year with the Bath Festival.
While in Bath, a trip to Stonehenge is a must. It’s about an hour from Bath by car. The lead up to the ancient site is paved with military training grounds, with the expectation of seeing tanks turn the corner tumbling towards future conflict.
Visit Bath. You won’t be disappointed.