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This short walk explores the historic city centre of Bath – famous for its honey-coloured Georgian architecture and iconic Roman spas.
Such is Bath’s historical importance the entire city has been declared a World Heritage Site, and this walk explores all of the main highlights including hidden waterways and the world-famous Royal Crescent.
One of the great appeals of Bath’s city centre is its compact nature, meaning you can explore the majority of it on foot in a short space of time.
Bath is overflowing with museums, galleries, theatres and wonderful places to eat, so you won’t be short of distractions on this walk.
And since the city’s Thermae Bath Spa houses the only natural hot springs in the country, don’t forget to treat yourself to a dip before you leave…
This route was voted 52nd in a 2017 ITV poll to find Britain’s Favourite Walk.
TOG VERDICT: It isn’t hard to see why the Romans valued Bath so highly – it’s one of the most visually stunning city’s in Europe.
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