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.
The tour takes you through most of the city centre, starting at the Abbey and slowly working your way up towards the viewing platform.
Once you’ve made it all the way, the perfect picture opportunity presents itself (which of course, I never say no to!)
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.
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.