UK Series: Bath


Wandered around one of the most beautiful cities in England!

Two months ago, at the start of Autumn, I and my friend spent two days in the magnificent city of Bath. I’ve already heard good things about this lovely city and indeed, it’s totally a must visit while you’re in England.

Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset which is located south west of England. It is known for its hot springs and 18th century Georgian architecture which literally took my breath away as soon as we got out of the train station.


Our first day started as we had brunch at Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House. We had some of their famous Sally Lunn buns.


After a good meal, we started wandering around the city. We first stopped at the Bath Abbey. It’s definitely one of the most beautiful churches I’ve been to. They said you could see the whole city if you go up the Bath Abbey Tower.


We then stopped to take some photos at the Pulteney Bridge while passing by it.


The Circus, a historic street of large town houses was our next stop. This is a great example of the Georgian architecture.


Having been in awe of the wonderful architecture, we walked further to the Royal Crescent and stopped by at the park to rest our feet for a while.


With beautiful surroundings, I couldn’t help but strike a pose in the middle of the streets. Don’t worry, I didn’t cause traffic! (LOL!)


Our first day ended with a spa session at the Thermae Bath Spa. Sadly, taking photos weren’t allowed inside.


For our second day, we started off with breakfast at Blue Quails Deli.


Our first stop of the day was the Victoria Art Gallery. The pieces of paintings and even ceramics there were just beautiful and very intricate.


The most visited place in Bath should be The Roman Baths and how could we miss a tour around this historical site? It wasn’t only awe inspiring but also very educational as it was like walking through history.


Fashion would always be one of my favorite topics so the Fashion Museum is a must visit for fashion lovers like me. You would relieve the history of fashion with 100 fashion pieces.


To end our Bath visit, we spent it by going around Southgate, a known shopping centre in the city which is home to over 50 shops though I was able to stop myself and didn’t do any shopping.

Bath was just stunning, it wasn’t just about the breath taking architecture but also about learning its history and culture. I would surely visit again soon!


Be pretty, be happy, be you! H~

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