This tour from award-winning British travel journalist Tim Richards is with Bath guide Jan Hudson and covers the great architecture of Bath’s streets and crescents. Bath is a Unesco World Heritage city and was mainly built in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries – particularly in the honey-coloured local stone and in Georgian style. This guide will take in eleven stopping points and involves climbing from the city centre up to the Royal Crescent. The second part of Tim’s guide to Bath will look at museums which rate a longer stop; at Bath’s brilliant shopping; as well as where to enjoy some sport, drink a few beers or the tipple of your choice and where to stay and eat.
Photo Puente Pulteney, Bath, Inglaterra, 2014-08-12, DD 51 by Diego Delso is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0
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