Bath, United Kingdom
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Bath provides a lot of wonderful attractions. For example the Royal Crescent, the Pulteney Bridge or the Circus. You can leave our buses anytime to visit all the sights you want to. Hop back in whenever want to continue the tour.
Along the noumerous attractions of Bath, which has been declared as World Heritage City by the UNESCO, you'll find a lot of museums and shopping facilities. Give a visit to the roman Bath-Museum, one of the eldest roman relicts of Great Britain. Likewise worth a glance is the Bath Abbey. Climb up the 212 stairs and enjoy an exquisite look-out of bath.
Relax in Prior-Park Landscape Garden or walk along the trail of Jane Austen.
Stops of the Red Line (City Route):
Bath Abbey • Grand Parade • Manvers Street • Green Park Road • Avon Street (Coach Park) • Avon Street (Bath City College) • Westgate Buildings • Queen Square • Assembly Rooms • Brock Street/The Royal Crescent • Marlborough Buildings • Weston Road • Upper Bristol Road (Royal Victoria Park) • Upper Bristol Road (Marlborough Lane) • Royal Avenue • Milsom Street • Terrace Walk
Stops of the Yellow Line (Skyline Route):
Bath Railway Station • Terrace Walk • North Parade • Great Pulteney Street • Holburne Museum • Beckford Road • Bath Spa Hotel • Quarry Road • Bathwick Hill • Widcombe Hill • Rainbow Woods Farm • Brass Knocker Hill • Claverton Down Road • Ralph Allen School • North Road / Shaft Road • Tyning / North Road • Prior Park • Middle Hill Lodge • Abbey Cemetery • Prior Park Road • Widcombe