Bath, as you can see from its name, is one of the important cities in the southwest of London, which is famous for its hot springs built in the Roman period and even entered the Unesco World Heritage List in 1987. In addition to spa tourism, the city stands out with its education and museums.
Bath, Roman Bath is one of the most important structures you should see to understand the history of the city. The construction of this bath was completed in 1897. When you enter the building, after seeing a bird’s eye view from the terrace below, you go down to a journey towards the underground remains of the building. Inside, you also enter a separate atmosphere with visuals reflected on the ruins and reflecting the real reality of the building.
In addition to this hammam, which is the most interesting structure of the city, there are also Royal Crescent, Bath Royal Theater, Royal Victoria Park, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge. The Jane Austen Center, which can be visited by literature enthusiasts, and those who are interested in fashion, should not skip the Fashion Museum.
Bath is also home to two major universities in the training track: Bath University and Bath Spa University. Bath University was awarded the ‘University of the Year’ title by the ‘Sunday Times’ in 2011. Bath Spa University previously taught as ‘Bath Academy of Fine Arts‘ and ‘Bath High School of Teachers‘, and later became a higher education institution. These two universities are among the important schools preferred by students in the world.
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