VVG 2003 Visit Bath

Bath is world famous as a city of architecture and culture. It boasts genuine, well preserved Roman Baths, which are open to the public, and of course the Georgian terracing - so often the set of period film and drama. Bath is built on the river Avon, and linked to canal system - both make pleasant walking excursions into the immediate countryside. Only slightly further afield are the Costwold villages; Cheddar Gorge and its cave system under the Mendip hills; and Stonehenge. Here are a few pictures, provided by the Bath Tourism and Conference Bureau, link to their web site for further tourist information.





Visit the baths, view the terraces, walk the canals or Pulteney bridge; shop, eat, and be entertained.