The City of Springs: Exploring the Wonders of Bath City

Posted on Oct 9 2015 - 5:49am by Admin

Bath CityEngland is one of the most visited destinations in the world, and for a number of good reasons. The country is not just majestic, but is also rich in culture and sights to see. Whilst London is the most popular amongst its cities, other cities are worth a visit to make the most of your holidays. One of them is Bath in Southwest England.

Bath is popular for its Georgian architecture that dates back to the 18th century. Many holidaymakers from all over the country visit this city for its natural hot springs.

If you are looking forward to going back in time, it is always a good idea to book a stay at a hotel in Bath City centre; this alone is a destination on its own. The good thing about a few hotels in the area is that there is no need to dress up as if you are attending a black tie event for dinner. The area offers a laid-back atmosphere that makes every visitor feel welcome and comfortable.

Once you have chosen the perfect hotel for your holiday, it is time to look for places to see in Bath. The city is never short on attractions.

Here are a few places that you need to see when spending your holiday in Bath:

The Circus

The Circus is a Georgian masterpiece inspired by the Roman Colosseum. It has 33 mansions and a magnificent garden that spells prestige and royalty. David Livingstone and Thomas Gainsborough used to live here.

The Roman Baths

Bath got its name from its natural hot springs that the Romans enjoyed about two thousand years ago. The early residents strongly believed the waters came from the Gods, which was later proven to have come from the King’s Spring back in 10,000 B.C.

Whether you are travelling to soak yourself in more culture or to escape the city’s hustle and bustle, Bath is definitely one destination that you need to visit.