Heritage Of The Roman Empire In
Sand-coloured Georgian buildings in Bath make you feel like in a fairytale. The city has been a place for relaxation since its foundation by the Romans, so take your time to explore the UNESCO historical centre or dip into the only British thermal springs you can bathe in. Come along, your adventure awaits.
Bath is located in the county of Somerset in South West England. The city has a population of around a hundred thousand people, and in 1987 it became part of the UNESCO list thanks to its historical heritage. It was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD after discovering natural hot springs and has been flourishing as a spa city since then.
World Heritage Spa
Walking the old baths with an audio guide gives all the interesting information about the site and an adjacent museum takes visitors back to the Roman era. Steaming water still fills the site, you may take a sip of the thermal streams in the Pump Room.
Touch Of Italy
The Pulteney Bridge was inspired by Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy and is lined with shops on both sides. Walking on the bridge, you don’t even realise you’re crossing a river. Together with a water weir underneath, it’s the most photographed site in Bath.
This curved row of Georgian townhouses and green lawns stands out in British architecture. Many notable people in history were proud to call this address their home. Today, there is a museum, a luxurious hotel, and private housing.
Tak toto město určitě jednou navštívím… Mám dotaz – v jakém ročním období byly snímky pořízeny?
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