• Return executive coach
• Stonehenge entry
• Bath walking tour led by a professional guide
• Experienced and fun Travelholics Reps
• Bath map and tourist information
The Roman Baths were built by the Romans around Britain’s only hot springs to create the finest religious spa in northern Europe. The extensive remains of this great temple and bathing complex still flow with natural hot water
The Royal Crescent is one of the world’s best known landmarks. Built in the 1700’s, Number 1 is open to the public for you to experience a taste of 18th century Bath.
Bath Abbey is the last of the great medieval churches of England. The tower is open for guided tours where you can climb to the top and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
Pulteney Bridge is one of a handful of historic bridges with shops built into it and is classed as the most romantic bridge in the world.
The Jane Austen Centre, with live guides, costume and film, this authentic museum offers a snapshot of life during Regency times and explores how living in Bath affected Jane Austen’s life and writing. The Tea Rooms have splendid rooftop views over the city and you can enjoy a pot of real leaf tea and some home made cake - £6 entry with NUS
The Circus viewed from the air, forms the shape of a key and is an example of Georgian architecture in the city of Bath. Designated as a Grade 1 listed building, it was one of the key reasons Bath was awarded the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
• Roman Baths
Set within the Somerset countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds, the city of Bath offers a unique experience with stunning Georgian architecture, numerous museums and unforgettable attractions. Visit the Roman Baths, natural hot springs and the iconic Stonehenge which is one of the most famous sights in the world! A prehistoric monument of unique importance, the iconic stone circle is a World Heritage site dating back to 2500BC