Bath, located in west-central England, was founded by the Romans when they discovered the only naturally occurring hot springs in England, and has since been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is surrounded by hills and is crossed by the River Avon, which contributes to the city's landscape with its network of canals. The layout of the city and the grandeur of the Georgian architecture can be best viewed by taking a walking tour, an open-top bus ride, or a river cruise. The city of Bath takes great pride in its many museums, gardens, and galleries, and visitors are sure to enjoy this city of unique heritage at any time of the year.
This is a one-day excursion.
Optional in the following sessions