Bath

Probably the most sophisticated World Heritage site on the UNESCO list. There's more to Bath than baths. Cool bars, quirky shops, activities for kids, several thousand years of history and... yes, those baths, all go towards making Bath the exciting, photogenic and ever-changing city that it is.

Canary Gin Bar


A place to drink gin and then drink more gin. Sip the Bath Gin from a teacup by the fire or how about a ‘Gin’ Austen cocktail at the bar?

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No. 1 Royal Crescent

See how the 18th–century other half lived. The museum is furnished with all the trappings of Bath’s Georgian high society.

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Bath City Farm


37 acres of old-fashioned outdoor fun, from piglets to pumpkins. Follow the nature trail or take in an outdoor performance in The Crater.

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Corkage


Little plates of seasonal food, matched to amazing wines, with bags of atmosphere. And, for afters, you can take a fine bottle back home with you.

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More destinations to explore…

Green Park Station


The old station is host to a creative collection of independent traders. So you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping, eating and café culture.

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Bristol
Bristol

Britain's ‘Best Place to Live in 2017’ (Sunday Times) delivers the best of city life but with a laid-back attitude.

Salisbury
Salisbury

Salisbury and its World Heritage Site have been a centre of culture, religion and politics since the very beginning of English history.

Torquay
Torquay

Take a break in the classic British seaside resort, with a tiny touch of the Med.

Image: Saturday Farmer’s Market at Green Park Station, Bath