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Bath is a beautiful city and Bath Street is no exception you will love Bath if you visit it, I... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2013
Julie B
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Inverness, United Kingdom
Easy walk with lots to see

Easy walk with lots to see. The old architecture well kept , people are great to talk to, very... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2013
Cameltamer
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Bath is a beautiful city and Bath Street is no exception you will love Bath if you visit it, I would recommend it. It is a great city day or night

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Reviewed 13 July 2013

Easy walk with lots to see. The old architecture well kept , people are great to talk to, very hospitable, nice food outlets and cafes with plenty of choices.. very clean city .. just sitting in the street watching people go by is amusing.. A...More

Thank Cameltamer
Reviewed 9 June 2013

This is as England is pictured.You have cobblestones,trendy shops,and great architecture.Enjoy walking about absorbing what is a Bath essential.

Thank mike e
Reviewed 3 June 2013

Delightful afternoon strolling along Bath Street.and visiting the many unique shops. (Old Guys Rule) was my favorite. The cobble stone street reminded me of Shockoe Bottom in Richmond, Va. Street was clean and wide. With the many visitors there on our trip there was no...More

Thank Thomas T
Reviewed 1 April 2013 via mobile

Beautiful kept area to walk through, kept inauguration traditional setting along with the city. So nice to see the old facades and buildings along the walk.

Thank aussiepapa78
Reviewed 12 February 2013

This is what I expected "England" to be.....cobble stone streets, the lovely architecture, the tiny posh stores, and all the excitement and wonder of Bath. It's free, so walk by!!

Thank IssitaTravels
Reviewed 6 January 2013

Looking out from the entrance to the Roman Baths down a beautiful Georgian Street to the Cross Baths at the other end.

Thank Keith B
Reviewed 22 October 2012

My experience of Bath is that of all the towns in England this is one of my favourite! When I speak to people from overseas, particularly America their concept of England is that London is what they see in the movies and imagine the capital...More

10  Thank Martin R
Reviewed 11 October 2012

I may be biased b/c I'm a HUGE Jane Austen fan, and that was the original reason we chose this tour, but the city quickly pulls you under its spell. From the little shops to the local cuisine, it is truly a fun day adventure....More

5  Thank Stasydoll
Reviewed 25 September 2012

It is quite a unique scenery in England, may because of the Roman history of this town. The street is quite with only a few people walking on it. When standing at the end (or the start point) of it, you can see a long...More

1  Thank smmrxia
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Response from Julie R | Reviewed this property |
You would have to check opening times but normally 10 or 11. This is due to restrictions on a Sunday
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Response from TeacherTess | Reviewed this property |
Hi! My husband and I travel a great deal. We were in Bath in May of 2014. It's a lovely city, but spending 7 nights there? For me it would be way, way too long. We traveled there by train from London. We went on our... More
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