Bath Sightseeing at its very best – with City Sightseeing
Spend time in Bath sightseeing and be thrilled by this renowned Georgian city. Few places share such impeccable historic credentials with the diversity of museums, irresistible shopping and quality restaurants – you will never be short of things to do in Bath. Sightseeing in this amazing city is a incredibly enjoyable experience for all ages so sit back, relax and let City Sightseeing show you the sights!
Things to do in Bath…
Designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, Bath is home to some of the finest architectural sights and fascinating things to do in Europe; such as the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and the Circus alongside one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England – The Roman Baths. For over two thousand years, bathing in Bath’s mineral rich waters has attracted visitors from far and wide. Today you can combine old with new, visiting the Roman Bath’s Museum – the finest Roman remains in Britain, and then enjoy the natural thermal waters at Thermae Bath Spa.
You may wish Hop off the tour bus to visit Bath’s fifteenth century Abbey and climb the 212 steps of the tower for a panoramic view of the city. A sightseeing bus tour in Bath on CitySightseeing’s distinctive red buses represents a marvelous way to see this incredible city for the first time, to get your bearings and to visit many of the major sights in a relatively short time period.
Follow in the footsteps of Bath’s most famous resident – Jane Austen, as you stroll along Great Pulteney Street or through the Royal Crescent before visiting the eighteenth century Assembly Rooms featured in her novel ‘Persuasion’
We also offer our spectacular Skyline Tour that takes you from Bath Railway Station via the Abbey and on to the University of Bath and the nearby American Museum then around the beautiful Claverton Downs with some amazing views of the city to Prior Park Landscape Garden.
Bath: sightseeing to remember, with CitySightseeing. No visit to Bath is complete without sampling a fine afternoon tea, whether you choose the grandeur of the Pump Room or the quaintness of Sally Lunn’s there is certainly no finer way to round off a day of sightseeing.
With regular departures, City Sightseeing’s hop-on hop-off tours are the ideal way to visit this beautiful city. Comfortable and convenient, the tour offers entertaining and informative commentary in 10 languages or the choice of a live guide. The bright red open top buses stop conveniently for all the major attractions, so you don’t have to miss anything on our Bath sightseeing tour!