December 22, 2020 – 16:44 GMT Sharnaz Shahid Make sure Bath is one of the places you tick off your bucket list, rich with culture and historic heritage – there are an endless of activities for you and your family to do and see…
Although huge swathes of England are adapting to tighter Tier 4 restrictions in the ongoing fight against coronavirus, many of us will be turning to UK staycations once guidelines are relaxed in the coming months.
One of the most popular UK destinations is Bath. The city is one of the most adored places to visit, especially for those wanting an idyllic staycation away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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Loved for its rich culture, ancient heritage, fabulous nightlife and picturesque views, Bath has something to entice visitors both young and old, and you can see the best of it in just 72 hours. Read on for our need-to-know guide for when travelling across the UK is safe to do so…
Morning: Start your trip in the heart of Bath with Bath Abbey. This magnificent place of worship is lined with stained-glass windows, columns of honey-gold stone – undeniably one of the most beautiful places to experience such an uplifting atmosphere.
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Be sure to a take a tour up to the tower to understand how the city’s bells ring out and get the chance to sit behind the clock face as well as stand on top of one of the ceiling’s vaults – the tower tours are usually every day apart from Sundays.