|The Royal Bath Spa, Britain's only natural thermal Spa is located in the heart of the beautiful city of Bath. Twenty-eight years after the last person bathed in Bath's natural thermal waters, Thermae Bath Spa is now open.
You can choose from a wide range of spa, health and beauty treatments. These feature thermal treatments such as Watsu and Vichy Shower which utilise the natural thermal waters.
Traditional treatments such as massage and reflexology are complemented by an irresistible selection of body wraps, facials for men and women, 'dry flotation' and more original therapies such as Hot Stone therapy and Pantai Luar.
|The Roman Bath Spa is also located close by. Around Two thousand years ago, with most of the world at their feet, the Romans recognised the unique qualities of Bath and settled here.
They chose well. Set in a sheltered valley, surrounded like Rome by seven wooded hills and nourished by Britain's only natural hot springs, it is a natural haven. Today you can visit the Roman Baths to explore the extensive ruins and treasures of the magnificant temple.
|Bath Abbey stands at the heart of the city of Bath and was founded in 1499.
During the past twelve and a half centuries, three different churches have Stood on the site the present Abbey occupies.
Ruined after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539 by order of Henry VIII, The Abbey has been restored and has been supported ever since by successive generations of those whose church it has been and by other benefactors.
The Bath Abbey 2000 campaign of restoration and conservation has continued that tradition.
Bath Abbey is now an active parish church in the Church of England. In 1999 it celebrated its five hundredth anniversary.
Bath City Centre the World Heritage Site of Bath and stunning countryside surrounding it is one of England's most beautiful places to visit.
Bath is a unique city, its hot springs, Roman Baths, splendid Abbey and Georgian stone crescents have attracted visitors for centuries. Set in rolling Somerset countryside, just over 100 miles west of London, it is a beautiful and unforgettable place to visit.
|Bath Museum of costume. Four hundred years of style are on display in the Museum of Costume, located on the lower floor of the Assembly Rooms. Perhaps the most famous example is a rare outfit from 1660, the silver tissue dress.
An audio tour guides visitors through the changes in style and fashion right up to the present day. Modern fashions are represented by the, "Dress of the Year", chosen every year since 1963 by leading experts to record the important developments in the fashion world.
|Bath Rugby (also known as just Bath) is an English professional rugby union club that is based in the city of Bath. They play in the Guinness Premiership league. The club has experienced major success, having in the past won England's domestic competition, the Anglo-Welsh Cup, as well as the Heineken Cup.
Founded in 1865, Bath Football Club is one of the oldest and most successful clubs in existence. They play at the Recreation Ground, also known as the Rec, in the City of Bath.
|Bath Music Festival. The Bath International Music Festival is held every year in Bath, the 2-week Bath Music Festival event is held in some of Bath's most beautiful historic buildings, including Bath Abbey, the Pump Rooms and the Assembly Rooms, and attracts musicians and performers from around the world.|
|Bath Christmas Market Since its beginnings in 2001, the Bath Christmas Market has grown in both size and stature and has now established itself as one of the highlights in Bath's annual events calendar.
With the very best of seasonal shopping, fine food, family fun and excellent entertainment enhanced by Bath's stylish and spectacular Christmas lights, you'll find something special for everyone on your Christmas shopping list.
|Nearby attractions include Prior Park a beautiful and intimate 18th century landscape garden created by Bath entrepreneur Ralph Allen with advice from poet Alexander Pope and Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
A Sweeping valley with magnificent views over the city of Bath. Walk across the famous Palladian Bridge, one of four in the world. Explore the woodland paths. Discover what wildlife lives in the beautiful haven. Or just relax and admire the view. A wonderful walk and an ideal picnic spot.