A really amazing place and the Roman baths aren't the only thing to see here, the shopping centre is also really nice and a totally different experience than to any other shops I've been to in the UK. Overall, a brilliant city.
Cities near Bath
- 3UK44 reviews
Famous for the Clifton Suspension Bridge and street art mainly thanks to Banksy. A population of around 465,000. I enjoyed my time here which was spent for the most part in the pubs. A good selection of places to go on a crawl and imbibe.
- 4UK3 reviews
A really nice small town, mainly went there to see Cheddar Gorge, but it's also nice to see the home of Cheddar cheese itself.
- 5UK3 reviews
Lovely old town in Somerset. Featured in the movie Hot Fuzz.
- 7UK4 reviews
Lacock village is very attractive with its historic houses some dating back to the 13th century. It is very easy to walk around and imagine yourself in a historical movie set. Lots of nice places to eat as well.
- 9UK1 review
Must see! Longleat Manor House! World's largest maze. Safari Park, petting zoo, playgound, butterfly farm, beautiful gardens, little train ride, boat ride, and a tour through the Manor House itself. There are lots more to do there!
- 11UK1 review
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- 14UK3 reviews
Castle Combe has been described as the prettiest village in England or all of Great Britain for that matter. It was used as a setting in Stephen Spielberg's movie, The War Horse. It is pretty tiny and not much to do other than admire the buildings.
- 15UK1 review
- 20UK1 review
Wookey Hole caves and family centre in the village of Wookey Hole, Somerset are fantastic! An excellent place to take the children. Firstly, there are the caves, which are wonderful, then you have the rest of the centre with all that it has to offer. There are outdoor amusements for the children, as well as plenty to do indoors. There ...