Introduction to Bath
The Roman spa town of Aquae Sulis was the base for this city that was granted Royal Charter by Elizabeth I. The spa and healing qualities of the springs there also made it popular during the Georgian era and continue to attract visitors today. This was the reason behind the construction of the exemplary Georgian architecture that have made this city a World heritage Site attraction and a place to visit for 3.8 million visitors a year.
Historic places to visit in Bath
Although Bath has an interesting history which has continued from Roman times to today, the major attractions to visitors are those that were built in the fashionable Georgian era. It was during this time that Bath's Theatre Royal was built, as well as architectural developments that define the city such as Lansdown Crescent, the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. In the very central parts there are the Abbey and the Roman baths to visit, whilst the Royal Victoria Park is always an attraction on a hot day.