Bath, World Heritage City
Famed for its streets of Georgian splendour and the natural hot springs which have been flowing for thousands of years, Bath is the UK's only World Heritage City. Small and compact, you can pleasantly walk along the city streets and be quite happy simply observing the architecture of the magnificent buildings.
With a feel like a film set, the beautiful city moulded in soft cream and nestled amid the encircling hills presents a chocolate box picture. Towers and spires, groves and gardens, and stately thoroughfares and squares that made John Wood - father and son - famous.
There's also the lure of Roman history in Bath where the natural hot springs have been filling the Roman Baths there for 2,000 years, as well as literary links to authors Jane Austen and Charles Dickens.
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