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Bath is one of the most ancient cities in the West of England. Called “Aquae Sulis” after Sulis, the deity that locals used to worship at the time of the Roman conquest, the city became famous into the Empire for its healthy thermal waters – reason why it has been later called Bath. Your friendly local guide will welcome you by one of the Bath’s landmarks – the Gothic Abbey. After a quick introduction to the city history, get ready to move ahead and discover the town. Enter in Queen Square, look at the peculiar architecture of Royal Crescent, pass by the beautiful Pultney Bridge and stop by the astonishing entrance of the Ancient Roman Baths. While enjoying the pleasant walk through the streets and alleys of the historical centre, your guide will tell you stories, curiosities and anecdotes – for instance, did you know that Jane Austen used to live at Royal Crescent? And what about the famous Sally Lunn’s bakery and museum? You can't pass by without having one of those soft buns!
Bath is one of the most ancient cities in England. Known as “Aquae Sulis”, under the Roman domination the urban settlement became famous for its healthy thermal waters which brought to the construction of the Roman baths – after which the city has then been formally named. Be welcomed by one of the Bath’s landmarks – the Gothic Abbey - and follow your guide’s lead across the city centre. Step in Queen Square, look at the peculiar architecture of Royal Crescent, cross the beautiful Pultney Bridge and look at the majestic entrance of the Ancient Roman Baths. During the walk your guide will tell you stories, curiosities and anecdotes – for instance, did you know that Jane Austen used to live at Royal Crescent? And what about the famous Sally Lunn’s bakery and museum? What are you waiting for? This incredible experience is only few clicks away! The tour will last 90minutes and the small group is up to 14pax.
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