Want to experience what Bath has to offer in a short amount of time? Here’s what you can get up to in less than 12 hours in Bath.
A few months back I visited Durdle Door, the next day we spent in Bath as we were heading up to Birmingham afterwards. I had seen so many pictures of Bath and thought that it looked gorgeous, it had been on my ‘to visit’ list for quite some time. We managed to do quite a lot in 6/7 hours!
The Roman Baths
Of course, when in Bath you MUST visit the Roman baths. If you are on a budget, I definitely recommend making this a priority. You can spend as long as you like wandering around as you are given a headset guide and type in the number at each section that you would like to know more about. You really get a feel for what the baths would have been like back in the day.
You will most likely wander upon Bath Abbey, or you will see it when you visit The Roman Baths. The architecture is really impressive, if this is something that interests you, it’s definitely worth a look inside!
Look up pictures of Bath, I guarantee you will see a picture of this bridge. I’m not surprised – it is beautiful! I walked around the other side and it looked like you could carry on walking along the river, this would be really nice on a sunny day and you have some free time.
No. 1 Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent is an important building in the UK – it represents the highest point of Palladian architecture. Many notable people have lived or stayed in The Royal Crescent since it was built. The Royal Crescent is made up of 30 terraced houses built in a Crescent. You can have a look around the area or you can also visit No. 1 Royal Crescent. It is a museum in which you can explore No. 1 which is decorated and furnished as it would have been in the late 18th century.
Firehouse Rotisserie | Bath
I am terrible for always choosing the safe, familiar option when it comes to restaurants. My dad actually found Firehouse Rotisserie online whilst we were there, it is a California-style rustic bistro, sounds good right? Luckily they had a table available when we arrived, otherwise I would recommend booking in advance.
I ordered the Texas spice rubbed, jalapeño coleslaw and hickory barbecue sauce, rotisserie chicken with French fries. This meal was so delicious and well presented, I really want to go back here someday! How good does this look ↓
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