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Meet Bath

Bath has the potential to be the highlight of any excursion to the UK, oozing buckets of British charm from its ancient bridge to its Roman baths.

If the thought of heading to one of the more well-known cities in the UK, such as London or Manchester, doesn’t pique your curiosity, then why not give the wonderfully preserved Bath a chance to win your affections? This quaint English city doesn’t appear on many travel lists but has an understated charm that can capture the heart. If it isn’t for the awe-inspiring Georgian architecture and endless historical wonder, perhaps the many independent shops and year-round festivals will do it. As you might have guessed, even if you’re not aware of the city, Bath is home to Roman baths, the likes of which are rarely seen so well-preserved anywhere. This spa complex remains one of the ancient world’s great wonders, overlooked by the goddess Sulis Minerva’s bronze-coated statue. Here you can live like a pampered Roman, in the city that has been considered a well-being destination ever since its discovery in Roman times.

Where to live in Bath

Bath is home to a neighborhood that just missed out on the title of one of the best places to live in the UK, according to The Sunday Times newspaper. But aside from this one impressive neighborhood, Bath is a great place to live, and it’s hard not to become enamored with the wonderful Georgian streets and architecture to be found around almost every corner. Living here will feel almost as if you are transported back to Roman times, on a daily basis.

Best Neighborhoods in Bath

The best neighborhoods in Bath are Bear Flat, the city center, Combe Down, and Southdown. You can find a lot of variety in the neighborhoods here, so whether it’s views over the city you want or proximity to the center and good shopping, you should be able to easily find what you’re looking for. Plus, as we already mentioned, Bath is home to one of the top neighborhoods in the whole of the UK, according to The Sunday Times, so that’s good to know.

Quick Facts About Bath

If you’re looking to get to know Bath on a deeper level, then it’s worth peeling back the city’s layers to reveal its most interesting traits. Here are some of the most fascinating facts about the city to give you a better understanding of what it has to offer:

Work in Bath

The county of Somerset is home to some big companies, which range from household names to family businesses. The most recognizable company based in the county is probably C&J Clark Ltd, which is behind the hugely popular shoe store Clarks. Many of the county’s top companies are focused on the manufacturing and services industries, with big electricity companies like Rotork plc and helicopter design ones like Agustawestland ltd being some of the largest.

How good is Bath for Digital Nomads or Remote Work

Remote work is changing how the global workspace operates. In a trend that is showing no signs of slowing down, remote work is rapidly on the increase all around the world—especially in a place like Bath. And about 25% of remote workers describe themselves as digital nomads—those who like to travel or stay in cities around the world while they work. So, how good is Bath for both of these growing movements?

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Food and Drink in Bath

If you were wondering how good the food and drink scene is in Bath, you’re in luck, because it is one of the better cities in the UK for good eats. There are Michelin star restaurants, live music venues, and plenty of local food to whet the appetite. For an unforgettable dining experience, head to the Ivy Bath Brasserie, which offers fine dining as well as English afternoon tea and a whole host of delicious cocktails. To sample a 1 Michelin Star restaurant, The Olive Tree is the place to go, with universally acclaimed cuisine. For something a little different, try Sotto Sotto, a unique cellar restaurant serving exquisite Italian cuisine right next to the ancient Roman baths. As for drinks, Green park brasserie offers up an inviting atmosphere as well as regular live music to dance the night away to. If cocktails are more your thing, then we’d strongly recommend that you go to The Dark Horse bar, which is an underground den that features a seasonal menu, and was voted one of the best new cocktail bars in the world by Tales Of The Cocktail 2016.



Top 6 Things To Do in Bath

For a city on the smaller side, it’s astonishing how much there is to see and do in Bath. It goes without saying that your first stop after settling into the city should be the Roman baths. It’s one of those experiences that you can’t miss if you’re in the city, and it’s a great opportunity to immerse yourself in history and soak up some of the city’s ancient charm. Once you’ve treated yourself to the delightful spa experience, you might feel energized to stroll around the city center and take in some of the most popular sights. These include the Bath abbey, which can be ascended for panoramic views of the city, the impressive shop-lined Pulteney bridge, and a bit further away the Royal Crescent.

Theatre Royal

Saw Cl, Bath


Alexandra Park

Shakespeare Ave, Bath


Museum of Bath at Work

Julian Rd, Bath


Sydney Gardens

Sydney Pl, Bath


Herschel Museum of Astronomy

19 New King St, Bath


Bath Skyline