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Bath Knowledge

Bath is undoubtedly a beautiful city. Georgian Architecture, Roman Baths and The Royal Crescent are just some of the major tourist attractions. These popular sights can often leave other smaller, or less well known, attractions overlooked.

The aim of this site is to bring both the major and the minor attractions to your attention. Helpful for tourists and residents alike!

Also, having moved to Bath myself a few years ago, I wanted to set up a residents directory, updated by residents of Bath, for residents of Bath. This could include things to do and see, local issues, ratings of local services etc.

I am really interested in what you think of the site and any suggestions for improvements that you have would be much appreciated.

Eating

As you would expect from a city there are a wide variety of places to eat in Bath. From fast food to Michelin starred restaurants. However, more often than not eating out in Bath is quite pricey, particularly if you want a non franchised restaurant.

If, like me, your budget is relatively small then this guide of where to eat in Bath may be helpful.

To view the places on a map please click here

Sleeping

Being a major tourist destination (over 2m visitors a year), Bath is unsurprisingly full of hotels. Even so, in high season (July- August) the city is heaving with visitors who all need somewhere to stay so accomodation can be booked up and it is worth booking in advance. The local tourist office (near the abbey) has a lot of information about places to stay and is helpful if you are finding it difficult. Below are some of the cheaper places to stay in the city.

To view the places on a map please click here

Shopping

There is plenty of shopping in Bath, although once again, there is a much greater variety of designer shops than cheaper chain stores, particularly now that the Southgate centre has closed.

To view the places on a map please click here

Entertainment

There is always something going on in Bath and there is entertainment to suit everyones tastes. Other than the obvious georgian history and Roman Bath there are two cinemas, theatres, spas and sports that can be enjoyed in the city. Below is a selection of some of the better ways to spend your days in Bath.

Pubs & Clubs

There are plenty of pubs in Bath and it is a good place to go out in the evening. However beware clubbing if you are a little claustrophobic - virtually all Baths clubs are underground in labarynth like tunnels!

Daytrips

Although Bath is a lovely city, it can still be nice to get away and see the countryside. Due to its bowl shape, there is very little urban sprawl and so within 5 minutes you can be out of the hustle and bustle and into a much more peaceful world

To view the places on a map please click here

Bath Gallery

Pictures from around Bath.

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