Bath is a very worthwhile day trip from London, with the train taking only 1.5 hours from Paddington. The city is very walkable and getting around on foot is the best way to explore the historic centre's architectural highlights. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath is famous for its hot springs that was already known during the Roman period. By the 18th century, it attracted the upper echelons who came here to have a good time, and the city's grand architecture was built to reflect its affluence.
This is my second visit to Bath. The first one was ages ago on a coach tour that bundled with Stonehenge as well, while this more recent visit was by car and stretched to 2 days, incorporating Bristol as well.
Stop 1 - Bath Abbey
Next up - Bath's grand residential architecture
For more, visit my website : Bath Photo Gallery