The row of 30 terrace houses is one of the UK’s greatest examples of Georgian architecture. It also overlooks the Royal Victoria Park, where you can enjoy a picnic or just lay on the grass and watch the day pass by.
Their milk is sourced from Somerset and pistachios from Sicily. Their gelato is slow-churned on-site resulting in a more luxurious, creamier texture with an intense flavour.
Robert Adam designed the bridge in a Palladian style. The Pulteney Bridge is one of four bridges in the world to have shops lining the full span on both sides.
It’s a place where you can comfortably relax if you want to take a break from exploring Bath. The garden gives some of the best views of Pulteney Bridge and the weir, especially from the colonnade.
The Bath Skyline Walk is a six-mile route through some of Bath’s beautiful valleys and meadows. It’s a beautiful place to stop, relax and watch as the trains roll through Bath and on to Bristol.
Climb the Bath Abbey It’s an Anglican parish church and Benedictine monastery. This Gothic masterpiece was founded in the 7th century.