The City of Bath, England

Best things to do in Bath - tours, attractions and visitor information

The City of Bath is a popular place to visit and just 2.5 hours from London by coach.

Attractions in Bath are numerous, including the most visited attraction - the Roman Baths, as well as plenty of museums, shops, cafes and bars, all easily walkable around the stunning Georgian city architecture.

Tours to Bath from London are a convenient and comfortable way to visit and offer the advantage of a knowledgeable tour guide who will help you to have a totally memorable day out. Most tours to Bath include other must-see destinations in the UK such as Stonehenge and Windsor Castle, or the beautiful Cotswolds.

If you want to visit Bath from London independently then we also have information on how to get there easily using public transport from London.

Finally, if you are looking for somewhere to stay in Bath, there are lots of good quality hotels in Bath for a range of budgets.

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Bath tours

Bath is a popular tour destination from London. Many tours combine with other places like the Cotswolds, Stonehenge & Windsor. Other popular options include private tours to Bath with your own guide & multi-day tours.

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Bath attractions

From the Roman Baths to Bath Abbey, museums, famous shops and more, we highlight the major attractions in Bath. You can also enjoy a free guided walking tour of Bath or experience a hop-on bus journey with Tootbus.

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Bath from London

Train is the easiest way to visit Bath from London using public transport, or alternatively the much slower National Express buses are an option if visiting for more than one day. Tours to Bath can be the easiest way to visit.

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Bath hotels

Bath is a great city for a weekend or mid-week break. Since there is so much to see and do in Bath, many people find that they would like to stay overnight and spend two full days exploring the World Heritage Site City.

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 stonehenge, bath and windsor tour from london

Bath tours

The City of Bath features as one of the most popular destinations for coach tour companies departing from London.

Bath is often combined with other destinations, such as Windsor Castle, or Stonehenge, which is around two hours from the centre of London.

Taking a tour is a great way to explore the City of Bath, gaining the best of having a guide to explain the history of the city, and also enjoying some free time to explore the many architecturally beautiful streets with their cobbled lanes and ancient, wonky shops and cafes.

While many of the tours that visit Bath include entrance to the most visited attraction in Bath - The Roman Baths - some allow you to decide whether or not to enter on the day; there are plenty of other things to see and do in Bath.

For the ultimate in luxurious day out, you can even visit Bath privately in your own comfortable vehicle with guide for the day.

Bath Tours

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath

The most popular tour leaving from London; featuring 3 world-class sites in one day, with or without entrances.

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Bath small group tour

Private Bath tours

Private tours offer the ultimate in luxury, with comfortable vehicle, flexibility, + chosen pick-up with expert guide. Classic tour is Stonehenge & Bath.

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Bath 2-day tour

2-day small group Bath tour

A 2-day tour is a special experience of 2 full days exploring fantastic English attractions with driver/guide, including entrances.

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Bath tours from London

All Bath tours

A selection of tours leaving from London visiting Bath with places such as Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, Avebury.

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Bath major attractions

The most visited attraction in Bath is of course, The Roman Baths. If you have never been, the attraction is well worth visiting, for the incredible architecture as well as fascinating museum.

Bath is a place to wander and soak up the atmosphere of stunning Georgian architecture. There are many famous landmarks people come to see when visiting Bath, including Pulteney Bridge and weir, the much photographed Palladian style Grade I listed building.

More niche attractions include the Jane Austen Centre (a museum dedicated to the famous novelist's time living in Bath), Bath Assembly Rooms, as well as many old and famous shops and cafe's with a history going back centuries.

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Visitor information on the Roman Baths, opening hours, what you'll see and ticket information.

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bath abbey

The history of Bath Abbey, information on Tower Tours & the Thermae Bath Spa nearby.

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Wandering the streets of the City of bath you'll see plenty of spectacular Georgian architecture.

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From museums to shops and famous landmarks like Pulteney Bridge - we guide you to the Best of Bath.

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Getting to Bath from London - tours or independent

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See iconic Georgian crescents in Bath

The most painless way of visiting Bath is on a one or two day tour from London. For time poor visitors the most popular is the Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath tour that visits all three world class attractions in one long day. Full details of the different kinds of tours are on our Bath Tours page.

However, these tours will only give you between 90 minutes and 3 hours in Bath. (Unless you choose our make-you-own 2-day visit to Bath, where you opt to spend overnight in Bath.)

It is very easy to get to Bath independently from London. Full details are found on our Getting to Bath from London by public transport page.

For a day tour, regular fast trains run from London's Paddington Station take only around 90 minutes and run until late. Frequencies are twice hourly for most of the day.

Cheaper and slower are National Express buses from London Victoria, only worth considering if you're staying more than one day.

Where to stay in Bath

Bath is a fabulous destination for visitors to London for longer trips, overnight or for a few days or more.

Choices for accommodation are as you would expect, with budget options available on the outskirts of the city, and luxurious options right in the city centre.

Some people take one of the popular Bath tours such as Stonehenge and Bath, and choose to make their own way back the next day to London.

Create your own 2-day tour to Bath from London - more information

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Henrietta House

Enjoy a stay in a Georgian period townhouse with the modern comforts of a Radisson Individuals hotel, set in the heart of Bath. 10-min walk from Bath Spa Railway Station.

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The Kennard

The Kennard offers fine, stylish accommodation in an elegant Georgian town house and located walking distance from the Roman Baths, Thermae Spa and most of the city's iconic tourist attractions.

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Hampton by Hilton Bath City

Situated in the centre of Bath, just 1.1 km from the Royal Crescent, Hampton By Hilton Bath City features air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a restaurant.

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The Z Hotel, Bath

Affordable accommodation right in the centre of Bath, opposite the Bath Theatre Royal, 200 metres from The Roman Baths. Enjoy an onsite bar and free WiFi. Private bathroom.

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Stonehenge Morning Half Day Tour - from £65
Windsor Castle Windsor Morning & Afternoon Tours - from £70
Windsor, Bath & Stonehenge (inc Lunch, no adm Roman Baths) - from £99
Windsor, Bath & Stonehenge (no Lunch, inc adm Roman Baths) - from £92
Windsor, Stonehenge & Salisbury - from £85
Windsor & Bath Day Tour - from £85
Windsor, Bath & Stonehenge (Small Group - Max 16 people) - from £156.60
Stonehenge & Bath (Stonehenge admission only) - 3.5 hrs in Bath - from £88
Stonehenge & Bath (Stonehenge & Baths adm) - 3.5 hrs in Bath - from £116
Stonehenge & Bath (Stonehenge & Jane Austen Centre) - 3.5 hrs in Bath - from £118
Stonehenge & Windsor (featuring extended time at Windsor) - from £85
Stonehenge & Avebury - from £114
Windsor, Stonehenge & Oxford - from £79
Stratford, Cotswolds, Bath & Stonehenge - from £128
Stonehenge, Glastonbury & Avebury (Small Group) - from £156.60
Bath, Cotswolds, Stonehenge & Avebury (Small Group) - from £156.60


Beatles Liverpool Day Tour - £198
Day Trip to Paris - from £259
Day Trip to Edinburgh - from £225


2-day Windsor, Stonehenge, Bath & Oxford - from £349
3-day Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Bath & SW - from £275
5-day Peak District, Wales & Yorkshire- from £425
2-day private Stonehenge, Bath, Cotswolds & Oxford - from £650
Budget 3 days in Paris - from £289 (not currently available)
Luxury 2 & 3 days in Paris - from £399 (not currently available)
2-day Edinburgh - from £312
3-day Edinburgh & Scotland Weekend - from £379 (not currently available)
3-day Edinburgh & Scotland Anytime - from £999
6-12-day tours of Great Britain and Ireland - from £1425

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