City Map & Must see
1.The Roman Bath and Pump Room
4.Jane Austen Centre
6.The Royal Crescent(No.1 Royal Crescent)
7.The Assembly Room/Fashion Museum
8.Victoria Art Gallery
1.Walking route from Second Ave, Oldfield Park—-We design this route especially for people who stay in our house at Second Ave
There is a great walking route from this house. Alexandra Park is at the top of the hill near our place. From there you can see a view of the whole city and then using the walking path to go into Bath. Most tourists do not visit Alexandra Park or use this walkway, cheap cialis so this is an added bonus for staying at this location.
This is our suggested walking route:
Spring Gardens Road
Sally Lunns ( teahouse & museum)
The Roman Baths
Thermal Bath Spa
The Jane Austin Centre
The Royal Crescent
This takes 2-3 hours depending on you. If you are hungry or need a sit down after visiting the Crescent then the Marlborough Tavern is closely and serves great food and local drinks.
2.The most popular walking route—Bath Skyline walk | National Trust
The main train station in Bath is called "Bath Spa railway station", it is located in the city centre and next to the bus station. You can purchase tickets online https://www.thetrainline.com/ (if you have a UK address to receive it) or at any train stations in the UK.
Outside the train station you can always find taxis.
The bus station is located in the city centre as well, it also has National Express. This is about a 2 minute walk from the train station and the local bus stops just in the front of the main station on Dorchester St. You can pay cash on the bus (local bus only), or buy a pass through their website or app.
Local bus service----https://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west
Price(Bath inner zone): Single ride-- £2.5 per person(adult) £1.8 for people age between 16-21years old and full time student(ID required)
£1.3 for people age between 5-15years old
Day Pass-- £4 per person(adult) £3 for people age between 16-21years old and full time student(ID required) £2 for people age between 5-15years old
Online booking available, you can also purchase the ticket at bus station
Price may vary depends on your purchase date and departure time.If you book early and avoid peak time than the price will be cheaper.
3.Airport Shuttle Bus
The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, and you can take the airport shuttle bus from Bristol Airport to Bath city centre. Tickets are available online----https://www.airdecker.com/book-ticket/ Check timetable here
Price: Single:£14 per person (adult) Return:£20 per person (adult)
There are some public rental bikes around Bath centre, they are called "Next Bike'. You can find them next to the train station and Green Park, or go on their website or App to find more details--http://www.nextbike.co.uk/en/bath/
First 30 mins per ride----£1
Every additional 30 mins per ride---£1
Register &Payment method: Register once via Terminal, App, hotline (+44 (0)20 816 69851)
Payment by Credit Card or Direct Debit