Bath in Somerset is renowned for its elegant Georgian buildings. The Roman open-air baths from which the city gets its name are recognized as a World Heritage Site. There's a rail link to London Paddington and easy access to the M4 and M5. Around 96,000 people live in Bath. The city has two universities.
The city's attractions include the Museum of East Asian Art, the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, the Postal Museum, the historic Abbey and the state-of-the-art Thermae Baths, where you can bathe in natural hot water while gazing over the city's rooftops.
Bath boasts a wealth of eateries, outdoor activities and sports facilities, as well as five theatres and several cinemas and clubs. Bath is famous for its rugby team, but also for its up-market boutiques. Its SouthGate development offers all the major high street names, too.