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Bath Vacation Packages

This Somerset location has a population of around 93,000 people.

It sits approximately 8 miles northwest of Trowbridge and 95 miles west of London, the national capital.

Start your trip at the well-known the Roman Baths and the Bath Abbey.

Ensure everyone in the family has a good time by stopping by one or two of the child-friendly attractions of the area. Make your way to the Little Theatre Cinema and Bath City Farm. The Bath Maze is another fun-filled option.

If you're into native and exotic animals, put the Noah's Ark Zoo Farm on your must-visit list. If your time is limited, stop by the information counter and take a map so you can quickly find the park's key exhibits.

Conservationists can get their horticultural fix at the Bath Botanical Gardens and the Botanical Gardens at Victoria Park.

Pack a picnic basket and take five in the tranquil surroundings of Alice Park and Alexandra Park. There's also plenty of space to lie down in the grass at Henrietta Park and Sydney Gardens.

If you are searching for useful information about the area, pick up some pamphlets at Bath Visitor Centre.

There's nothing like an afternoon spent out in nature to help rejuvenate a travel-weary soul. When the urge strikes to escape the concrete jungle, head on over to Little Solsbury Hill.

Broaden your perspectives by visiting one of the area's fascinating cultural institutions. The Jane Austen Centre and the American Museum in Britain offer a range of displays and collections that are sure to capture your attention. Another two to consider are the No. 1 Royal Crescent and Beckford's Tower.

Examine the various specimens that are on show as you stroll among the overflowing exhibits of the Temple Precinct.

Bath is a hub of artistic activity, with gallery and exhibition spaces all over. Soak up the creative atmosphere at the Holburne Museum and the Victoria Art Gallery. If you have time afterwards, the Museum of East Asian Art and the Six Chapel Row are also well worth checking out.

The Museum of Bath at Work and the Radstock Museum offer you a better understanding of the forgotten past through their intriguing exhibits.

Royal Crescent and the Bath Assembly Rooms are certainly worth taking a look at, even if you're not that into history. You might also like to pull out the camera for some photos at the Circus and the Guildhall.

Pulteney Bridge is a striking structure that has provided a vital crossing for local residents over the years.

Spirituality has long played a part in the day-to-day life of Bath's inhabitants. This religious history is evidenced at St. Mary the Virgin and St John The Evangelist Church.

Take in the colorful sights and sounds of Queens Square, a busy public square.

Embark on a voyage through Bath's history at one of the region's memorial structures and statues, such as Corsham Court, Downside Abbey or Iford Manor and the Peto Garden.

If you're interested in institutions of higher learning, arrange a visit to the University of Bath and the Bath Spa University. Walk through the grounds, check out the facilities and watch the students preparing for their exams. You'll soon see why they are such popular places to pursue an education.

SouthGate Bath and Bath Christmas Market are good places to stock up on the essentials or indulge in luxury goods.

Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to be entertained! People of all ages will enjoy catching a show at theatre Royal Bath or the Egg Theatre. The Ustinov Theatre and the Bath Mission Theater are a couple more well-respected facilities that you're guaranteed to enjoy.

Bath's most celebrated sights can overshadow its lesser-known, yet equally rewarding activities. The Bath Central Library and the Chapel Arts Centre are two recommended options. If you can fit it in, also check out Recreation Ground and Milsom Street.

Accommodation in Bath

When a place is as popular as Bath, it should come as no surprise that there is a great range of hotel and apartment options to choose from. You can find 69 Bath hotels on Expedia's handy hotel booking pages.

At the more exclusive end of the scale, check out the latest Expedia deals at The Bath Priory Hotel and Spa, at Weston Road, or The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, at 16 Royal Crescent. Should those not fit the bill, be sure to check out the Parade Park Bath, at 8,9,10 North Parade, and the Shrubdown, at 17 Staples Hill, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.

If your time here is short and you'd like to stay close to Roman Baths, The Bath House Apartments and The Queensberry Hotel are both within easy walking distance.

Guide to Exploring Bath

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