Bath is a town two and half hour train trip from London. It’s know for it’s famous natural hot springs, Roman style baths and 18th century Georgian architecture. And one of my favorites: afternoon tea. It is a prefect destination for a day trip.
Top things to see and do in Bath:
The Roman Baths.
Built centuries ago, these Roman style architecture are historic, beautiful, also make Bath the famous tourist place in UK. The nature minirals in the water are good for your skin.
The Royal Crescent.
Built between 1767 and 1774, designed by architect John Wood the Younger. This is one of the Georgian architecture found in UK. If you are into architecture, this is a must see!
We went to Sally Lunn’s, one of the oldest afternoon tea places in Bath. We even found this sign on the hallway – Dr. Who has been here before. They also has a kitchen museum downstairs shows the actual kitchen used by the legendary young Huguenot baker Sally Lunn in Georgian Bath to create the first Bath bun.
A boat trip on the Avon river.
A great way to relax and enjoy the lovely views along the banks. You will also see the Pulteney Bridge which is built in 1774. There will be cute ducks and swans joining your trip.