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Known for its Georgian-style buildings, Bath prevails as one of the most beautiful cities in England. For well over 2,000 years, the city has attracted millions of tourists with its impressive architecture and history. Some of the most exciting attractions are its museums, natural thermal spas, and boutique shops.

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths are remarkably well-preserved monuments of ancient England's religious spas. Nestled in the heart of the city, the baths are easily accessible by bus or train. The masterfully designed building stands as one of the most impressive historic sites in Northern Europe. Divided into four main features, the sites receive more than a million visitors each year.
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Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is one of the largest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in England. The medieval church is in a cruciform layout and able to seat 1,200 people. An active place of worship, the impressive building hosts civic ceremonies, musical concerts, and lectures. Other notable places of interest inside Bath Abbey are the heritage museum in the cellar, the central tower, and its 617 wall memorials.
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Thermae Bath Spa

Spa culture in Bath has been around for thousands of years and is still something that people can enjoy to this very day. Just a few blocks away from Bath Spa train station, Thermae Bath Spa along Hot Bath Street is probably one of the most visited places in the city. Each guest has a wide array of relaxing services to choose from in Thermae Bath Spa. Aside from the regular spa services, there are two natural thermal baths in the building — an open-air rooftop pool and an indoor pool.
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Pulteney Bridge

Notable for its prominent architecture, Pulteney Bridge brings a touch of Italian architecture to Bath. Inspired by the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, the planners applied the same design principle to Pulteney Bridge. Constructed with limestones, the southern facade takes the form of a temple-like central bay with lined shops and cafes on both sides. The bridge's elegant arches complement its surroundings, particularly when lit up at night.
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