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  • Flights from Greece to Bath

    In the United Kingdom you’ll come across too many beautiful cities; none of which could compete with Bath’s rare charm. Home of Europe’s most significant Georgian architecture examples that defined the whole country, Bath is a top travel destination, especially among European travellers, ever since the Roman times! Search for cheap air tickets to Bath if you wish to see its famous Roman Baths, walk around the city and take in all its special energy, enjoy some fairy-tale architecture and attend top quality festivals, whether you want to be educated or you just want to have fun. Somerset’s elegant city has nothing to be jealous of Europe’s major summer resorts; just book your flights and hotels, organise your trip and Bath will never let you down!

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    Information about Bath

    UNESCO designated Bath a World Heritage Site in 1987, but Somerset’s city has been attracting visitors for almost 3,000 years! The reason? The legendary Roman thermal pools found in the city and their alleged therapeutic properties.

    Even if you’re not that keen on baths and spas though, in Bath you will sure find a great deal of other interests, experiences and sights. It’s no secret that Bath is considered to be a treasure of Georgian architecture; the word elegant feels too modest to describe it.


    Bath is Europe’s most important example of Georgian architecture, home of many notable personalities that shone in arts and culture – fans of Jane Austen will love it.

    Historical heritage aside, Bath is a modern, lively city with a youthful population, lots of musical performances and a vibrant nightlife. You can also catch a handful of interesting and fun festivals all year round, as well as other exciting activities especially designed for visitors. You could even enjoy a health spa in the Roman Bath’s exact replica “Thermae Bath Spa”!

    Airport

    Bristol airport is located 32 kilometres west of Bath and can be reached directly by Bristol Airport to Bus A4 bus or using a combination of bus (Bristol Airport Flyer), railway (Bristol Temple Meads) and local Bath trains.

    Getting around Bath

    You can get around Bath by bus or railway. Fares start at 4.95£ and minimum taxi fare costs around 2.75£.

    Bath Guide

    Bath’s monumental Abbey was built between 1499 and 1616 and holds the title of England’s last important medieval church.
    The abbey’s most striking element, apart from its imposing size, is its façade; angels climbing up and down Jacob’s ladder, the Apostles and other notable religious figures make up a very vivid and impressive set of decorations.

    You couldn’t continue anywhere else other than the Roman Baths – Bath was named after them after all! Three geothermal pools keep the temperature stable at 46º C and are rich in metals and minerals considered by some to have therapeutic properties.

    Highlight is the Great Bath, with a 1.6-metre-deep pool. It’s now open-air but during the Roman times it is thought to have been topped with a large roof.


    One of the most idyllic locations around the Baths is the King’s Bath. It dates back to the 12th century, when it was built around the natural thermal pool, upon the location of a former Roman temple.

    When you manage to “escape” the baths’ ultimate relaxation – and a pinch of dizziness - , it’s time to visit two of Bath’s most important museums:

    • The Fashion Museum, boasting beautiful fashion collections and

    • The American Museum of Britain, just a few kilometres away from the city centre, presenting you the traditional 15th century American lifestyle – it’s the one and only American museum outside America!
    Bath’s official language is English.


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