BATH – Georgian city – NEW CONTENT for 2016

Bath Georgian

Bath in the west of England is a UNESCO World Heritage City for its Georgian architecture. And that’s what this third Bath gujide concentrates on – the Roayl Crescent, The Circle, Piul;teney Street all those exquisite pieces of architecture making up one of the world’s mosr elegant cities… OK I’ll stick my neck out … the world’s most elegant city ! But there’s great shopping, some very fine museums as well as the Roman Baths and the mineral water Pump Room. The Abbey was one of the few in Britain which was rebuilt after Henry VIII dissolved the country’s the monasteries in the 1530s. Tim Richards explores the attractions as well as finding somewhere cool to stay; somewhere classy to eat and enjoys some of England’s best rugby. This Georgian guide runs to 33 mins.