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City of Bath, Somerset

“…a city of international importance for its contribution to the art of urban design, for its architectural quality, its Roman remains, its Georgian town centre and its historic associations.” (Unesco)

Your expert tour guide specialises in Bath and other World Heritage Sites in England and Wales. The Bath World Heritage Trail includes:

  • a guided walking tour of the City
  • a visit to the Roman Baths*
  • a gentle walk around the Bath Skyline
  • a visit to the village of Lacock or Castle Combe

The Bath World Heritage Trial includes the City’s most important 18th Century features: Queen Square, Circus, Royal Crescent and Great Pulteney Street.

Your guide will also escort you around the world famous Roman Baths and Pump Room. Here you can take tea or try a glass of Bath’s natural spring water.

For lunch, there are Bath’s many excellent restaurants and old village pubs to choose from!

After lunch, you drive up to the Bath Skyline, with stunning views across the City, and walk gently back down through woods and meadows.

In the evening there is a village visit to Lacock or Castle Combe. Lacock is mostly owned by the National Trust and has featured in many films, including Harry Potter. Castle Combe has been called the prettiest village in England.

Alternatively, you can visit Thermae Bath Spa* and relax in a roof-top pool of hot water!

Your Bath guide will return you to your hotel at the end of the evening.

*NB: The cost of museum entrance fees, Spa sessions and meals are not included. Prices per person are indicated below:

Roman Baths: £10.50 (£11.00 July/August)

Thermae Bath Spa: 2 hour session £22.00

World Heritage Trails

Guided tours- Bath
Guided tours- Stonehenge & Avebury
Guided tours- the Jurassic Coast
Guided tours- Blaenavon

Local Heritage Trails

Cheddar Gorge
Forest of Dean
The Cotswolds
© 2008 World Heritage Trails (Bath). Site by WynnUK. Photos © Southwest Tourism, keeping watch by Mark Gibson, The last picture of Durdle Door by Richard Schofield