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Bath is the perfect getaway thanks to its rich Roman history, charming Georgian architecture and the numerous independent cafes that will make you want to stay here for more than just a couple of days! Probably most famous for its opulent and historic baths, the city is a photographer’s dream. It also has a thriving cultural scene with plenty of art, theatre, exhibitions, live music and don't miss the hillside views across the whole city.
One of the best things about the city is its compact size, which means all the hostels in Bath are in the city centre or in walking distance. All the hostels in Bath have amazing reviews so that you can pick the best Bath hostel for you and relax and share your evenings with other travellers after a day of wandering around! Bath hostels are also cheap compared to the other accommodation in the city.
If you want to immerse yourself in the history of the city, sleep on the doorstep of all the main museums and be a step away from the independent cafes for breakfast in the morning, a hostel in Bath city centre is the perfect choice. For a more chilled stay and the chance to immerse yourself in the green parks that surround the city, check out the hostels closer to the University of Bath.
The Roman Baths must be on top of your list and in the same main square, you will find the 18th century abbey, today a UNESCO World Heritage Site, free to visit. Pass by the canal and the impressive Weir before walking up the hill (there are lots of hills in Bath!) to the Royal Crescent: the iconic half-moon building set of 30 Georgian houses from where you will enjoy an amazing view of the city. For more amazing views climb Bathwick hill to start the beautiful skyline walk that takes in the surrounding countryside. If museums are your thing, try the Fashion Museum, Jane Austin Centre or even the Bath Postal museum.
The easiest way to get to Bath is by bus or train: Bath Spa train station is in the city centre and a 2-minute walking distance from the main drop-off point of the buses in Bath. Once you arrive, you can easily visit the city without the help of public transport. Just walk to discover all the hidden gems of this beautiful city!