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Bath Skyline Walk

September 15, 2015
Bath Skyline Walk | Health Inspirations

My 1-year anniversary of living in Bath is approaching, and after living in this beautiful city for almost an entire year, I realized that there is so much I have not seen or done, and so many restaurants I haven’t been to. In case you don’t know, Bath is a world-heritage site in Somerset, England, famous for its Roman Baths, and located about 1h 30 minutes from London. It’s often described as a city the color of tea and biscuits (which I think is so true), and is generally just a really pretty place to live. One of the many things I had yet to do was take a walk along the Bath Skyline, a six mile wander through some of the most important sights, which also boasts some amazing views over the city. I imagine this walk is beautiful on a late Autumn sunshine day, when the leaves are all sorts of golden colors; but to be fair, we enjoyed some spectacular views even on a blistery day.

Bath Skyline Walk | Health InspirationsThe tour takes you through most of the city centre, starting at the Abbey and slowly working your way up towards the viewing platform.

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One thing that’s oddly not officially included in the tour is the Royal Crescent. I personally think that the Crescent is a must-see for anyone visiting Bath, so we de-toured on our way to lunch to have a look round there too.

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I recommend a visit to Bath to anyone, it’s especially great for a day trip! And whilst you are here, the skyline walk is an excellent way to explore the city. More info on the Bath Skyline here.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Lucy September 16, 2015 at 8:58 pm

    Talk about guilty as charged, I’m now very very soon coming up to my THREE year anniversary of living in Bath, yet still haven’t walked the skyline. Terrible, I know! I’ll suggest it to my boyfriend (a born and bred Bathonian) that we need to do this on our next day off. How lucky are we to live in such a picturesque city?!

    Lucy xx // She’s So Lucy

    • Reply Antonia September 20, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      Definitely!!! Absolutely love it here. You should, it’s a great way to get away from the touristy hotspots and enjoy the nature. X

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