Top reasons to visit:

  • Shopping (2471)
  • History (2143)
  • Architecture (1509)
  • Sightseeing (1420)
  • Health Spas (1005)
  • Culture (833)
  • Food (684)
  • Relaxation (660)
  • Restaurants (573)
  • Monuments (564)

Bath was highly rated for shopping by 2,133 guests from the United Kingdom!

What is it in Bath that makes history come alive?

Christy, United Kingdom

18 days ago Report

Great audio tours of both the Roman Baths and the Fashion Museum. You need a good few hours at the Baths to listen to everything! Costumed guides at the Baths - a really nice touch. If you are interested in the Assembly Rooms and fashion - the Fashion Museum is a must. Sumptuous building and wonderful collection, again you could spend several hours there...

Describe what other people like you would like about shopping in Bath.

Andrew, United Kingdom

29 days ago Report

Bath has a great collection of high quality restaurants, personally tried and recommend Martini's and the Circle Restaurants. The new shopping complex is in keeping with the old style of Bath and has a great range of shops. The Spa Bath is a must and worth the cost (try to get a twilight if the weather is nice). Each time we go we find another little gem tucked away somewhere. The Local Authority do a great job in keeping the area clean and the Christmas Market is well worth a visit.

Which spa or what treatment is worth pampering yourself with in Bath?

Joanne, United Kingdom

2 days ago Report

Take a towel so you don't have to pay extra £9 to hire towel/ robe and go to the spa for 2hr session. The treatments were not really for me and the restaurant is very mediocre but the 2 spa pools and steam rooms are wonderful. Fantastic view over Bath from rooftop pool.
  • Shopping for clothes 275 endorsements
  • 23 answers

Is there more to shopping in Bath than main street stores?

Carol, United Kingdom

11 days ago Report

There is a good selection of small shops and brand-name stores, including a good independent bookshop. Do some investigating around the side streets.

How can you enjoy the sights in Bath while avoiding the crowds?

Anonymous, Location unknown

17 days ago Report

Go to Roman Baths and other attractions early or late in the day to avoid the coach trippers. Autumn is quieter than the Summer but the weather was still good. Plenty of parks to escape the crowds. Walk, don't take the car you will see more and avoid the traffic.There are lots of pedestrianised areas and parking is difficult. Plenty of city tour buses if mobility is a problem.

Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?

Christy, United Kingdom

18 days ago Report

Scoffs cafe (take away or eat in) delicious local food - pies and pastries, teas, soup, main meals. Reasonable prices!
Edge of Town (?) cafe - felafals, pasta dishes, home cooked pizzas, not far from the Herschel Museum - delicious food and very good value.
Eastern Eye - Indian Restaurant, Quiet Street. Amazing restaurant in a typical 18th century building - with huge indian murals and art. Great service. Vegetarian thali - big portions for £15.50. Fantastic!

Tell us about your most relaxing moments in Bath.

Anonymous, Location unknown

15 days ago Report

Sitting on a tussock in Priors Park Landscape Gardens overlooking Bath
Riding on the open-top tour buses
Walking along the canals
Bubble bath in our very comfortable guesthouse

How can you get the most authentic cultural experience in Bath?

Trevor, United Kingdom

20 days ago Report

Visit the historical Roman Baths and Pump House . Enjoy the "Hop on Hop off" bus tour of the city, enjoy the informative audio guide of the city and of course the cuisine.
  • Ancient Landmarks 114 endorsements
  • 9 answers

Describe the best ancient landmarks to take in when in Bath.

David, United Kingdom

18 days ago Report

Abbey, Crescent, Mikeom Street buildings, it's just need to open your eyes and go slowly!
  • Christmas Markets 111 endorsements
  • 5 answers

What makes the Christmas markets in Bath magical?

Georgina, United Kingdom

25 days ago Report

The lights and smells just casts a magical spell over Bath. A really lovely way to start your run up to Christmas.

What makes the people from Bath so friendly? Tell us your story.

JEFF, United Kingdom

7 days ago Report


What makes fine dining in Bath different?

Trevor, United Kingdom

27 days ago Report

Good selection of high quality restaurants

What makes Bath one of those classic city trip experiences?

Anonymous, Location unknown

23 days ago Report

Interesting sights. Small enough to walk around and enjoy - a new adventure around every corner

Why is the atmosphere in Bath something people rave about?

Jeremy, United Kingdom

24 days ago Report

because it is a place you can feel relaxed enough to enjoy the moment

What's the best way to make the most of Bath on foot?

Anonymous, Location unknown

6 days ago Report

Get a good map and plan your route. You will still have to double back occasionally but a map will help.

What is so impressive about the cathedrals in Bath?

James, United Kingdom

17 days ago Report

The history and it's position being next to the roman baths

What effect did the scenery in Bath have on you?

David, United Kingdom

18 days ago Report

I was born in Stroud and visited often with parents when young, so am a bit too used to it! But live the way the hills are so close, the view from the road up to Claverton, the canal, the water by the bridge. Never tire of the view across from the a Rugby ground and Poulteney Bridge.

Why do people say Bath is best seen on foot?

Anonymous, Location unknown

4 days ago Report

It is a compact city with traffic free roads near the centre.

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