Roman Bath Museum Bath is a small city in the south west of England in the county of Somerset about 100 miles west of London (160km). It was originally founded by the Romans in the valley of the River Avon who were attracted by the naturally occurring hot springs. The Romans were the first to have the idea of building hot baths around the hot springs, but later during the Georgian era it became a very popular spa resort once again and underwent rapid expansion. Some of Bath's finest architecture was built during this period from from the local, yellow coloured Bath Stone. Even to this day there are strict local building regulaitions that ensure that new building are built with this stone, in keeping with the historic buildings. If you need a hotel in Bath click the link for offers and deals.
The city was designated a World Heritage Site in 1987 and is now a major tourist attraction for visitors to the UK. It is well connected to the rest of the UK by train and bus. The nearest national and international airport is Bristol International which is about 20 miles (32km) away. When travelling to Bath from London and other parts of the United Kingdom you will most likely be travelling by bus or by train. Most major bus routes will take you into Bath bus station. If you are travelling by train, Bath's station is very centrally located and is on the main line between London and Bristol.
The TourInADay web site is here to help you get the most out of your visit to Bath, TourInADay provides you with information on getting to Bath, popular tourist attractions, restaurants, museums, pubs, and many other things. There is also an online Tour Planner that allows you to generate your own personalised itinerary. The Tour Planner will provide you with detailed information and maps of Bathshowing all your selected attractions in an easy-to-read format. TourInADay also provides suggested itineraries and other information you might find useful during your trip to Bath.