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City Guide: Bath, England

Wander through the cobbled streets and gardens of Bath, a UNESCO heritage site brimming with ancient history and Georgian splendour. Since Roman times, pilgrims have come to Bath to soak in the thermal waters, which were believed to have healing properties. The city boasts more than 20 museums and the famous Bath Abbey, the last of the great medieval churches of England.

CityGuide_Bath3What to do: Hire a vintage car to tour the historic city. Visit the ancient Roman baths and enjoy thermal spa treatments just like the Romans did at Thermae Bath Spa. Enjoy the countryside with a boat trip down the River Avon, and finish with a show at the Theatre Royal Bath.

CityGuide_Bath_Kennet-and-Avon-CanalWhere to stay: Bask in Georgian finery at The Windsor, a B&B boasting 15 elegantly appointed rooms. Ideally situated in the center of town on one of the finest streets in Europe, you’re just a short walk from Bath’s romantic attractions. With double rooms starting at ¬£80, you’ll have money left over to indulge in the nearby spa resorts.

Bath is one of 7 Sexy Cities featured in this issue of 2life Weddings Magazine.

Image(s): Bath Tourism Plus/Colin Hawkins