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Bath - History and Beauty

Perhaps it is the Italian touch that makes Bath the charming town in Somerset, England. Bath is known for its rich history, impressive architecture and natural hot springs. The city has a long history that stretches back to Roman times, and it has long been a popular destination for both Englishmen and tourists from all over the world.

The highlight of Bath is the Roman Baths, which date back to the first century AD. These impressive thermal baths were once a place for both purification and socializing. Visitors can explore the intricate system of pools, rooms and passageways that make up the baths, and they can even taste the mineral-rich spring that has flowed there for centuries.



A little more history for those who want to know more, click on the arrow on the left.

As well as its historical and architectural treasures, Bath is also a hub for art and culture. The city has a number of museums, art galleries and theaters that attract both local artists and internationally recognized exhibitions.


Bath is not just a city that looks to the past; it is also a vibrant, modern city with a vibrant community. The town has a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafes that reflect the varied tastes of locals and visitors. If you are interested in English books, we found a unique bookshop right at the back of Badet, visit there and experience a large selection.

Then we found ourselves a tapas restaurant, Tapas Casa, which really served incredibly good dishes and a dessert that was heavenly. See the recipe in the pictures below. In addition, I have again tested both Italian Mussels, as well as a new round of Fish and Chips and everything was very good.

Whether you're interested in history, architecture, art or just want to enjoy a relaxing day in the natural hot springs, Bath has something to offer. The city provides a unique blend of past charm and modern sophistication, and it remains a gem on England's travel landscape.

We used our legs and strolled around Bath and took a boat trip on the river up through the city. Absolutely pleasant.


We stayed at a great B&B, Tyndall Villa Boutique B&B, Amazing breakfast and service. Great rooms, good beds and pillows. Recommended.


I recommend 3-4 days minimum here so that you can experience the city's many offers.


Unfortunately, I fell ill and had to cancel the trip, so in this context I would like to remind you that having proper travel insurance is essential. Take the initiative yourself in addition to contacting your insurance company so that you are sure that you are doing everything correctly for married compensation.


So then I missed a lot of planned places, but there are more trains!


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