Welcome to Bath
UNESCO-listed Bath exists in multiple eras. First, there are its origins in antiquity, when Bath was called Aquae Sulis—even now, visiting its Roman Baths remains one of the top things to do. Then there is Georgian Bath, visible in everything from the famed curve of the Royal Crescent to its association with Jane Austen and the terraced houses forged from golden-hued stone. Finally, there is the Bath of today: a lovely and lively small city, which tempts with top-notch restaurants, charming shops, and chances to bathe in those famed spa waters.