Roman Baths, Bath, United Kingdom

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Bath, Avon BA1 1 GB

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  • 4 mentions in Quaint day trips outside of London

    • Erin C.

      Erin C. said, "...I really enjoyed Bath. I loved walked through the Roman Baths, extremely fascinating. The town is very visitor friendly. Lots of great little shops. I found several boutique with blankets, scarfs and sweater made locally. It made for a nice day..." See More

    • Joy M.

      Joy M. said, "...get away from the crowds of London and check out a concert at Birmingham Symphony Hall. I'll also second Bath. The Roman Baths are definitely cool to visit, if you're into history...." See More

    • Shelly O.

      Shelly O. said, "...train ride from London is Bath. I can't promise it won't be touristy but it's well worth it. After visiting the Roman Baths, it's a great place to walk around and enjoy the shops and restaurants. The locals are friendly and..." See More

    • Tom J.

      Tom J. said, "...London. It's not actually in Leeds and is probably a 1.5hr drive from London. You could also try Bath for the Roman Baths and cathedral or Cambridge. Canterbury is also a great option for the history and cathedral. Have Fun!" See More

  • 1 mention in Best city to visit for a day trip from London?

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, " are male, Bath might not appeal to you as much as me, a huge Jane Austen fan, but perhaps the Roman Baths might be of interest. About 1 1/2 hours from London, advance train tickets advised. York is about 2 hours..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best cities in England to visit by train from London?

    • Lindsey B.

      Lindsey B. said, "...yet near London I'd consider Hampton Court Palace, it's right outside of London and steeped in history, Bath to see the Roman Baths, and if it fascinates you spend a hour or two at Stonehenge (I never "got" Stonehenge personally but..." See More

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