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Getting Around in Bath

Getting Around in Bath Bath is a historic Roman city which is ideally located in England’s South West area that is only at a distance of 90 minutes from the Paddington in London and is 20 miles away from the airport of Bristol. Moreover, it is a compact city and as far as getting around in Bath is concerned; you can even walk conveniently as a tourist. The city otherwise has fully managed transport facilities that matches your requirements of how to travel from one place to another within the city. Look out for the most convenient transportation in Bath. 

Travelling by Bus: 
Buses are quiet a convenient option for traveling in and around the city and for that matter there are several bus operators managing the bus services. Various routes are available; however, you can only travel in a bus if you are at least familiar to few of them. These bus routes starts from the centre of the city and goes till the outer areas. Moreover, this is the best mode of transport for exploring sightseeing as well. Beautiful Prior Park Landscape Gardens can be visited if traveling by bus. You can even explore the ancient city of Wells and several other historic landmarks.

Travelling by Train:
In the centre of Bath, there is a Bath Spa train station which is located within walking distance from several attractions and city shops. There is a regular train service from London Waterloo, London Paddington to Bath Spa station with an average journey of about 90 minutes. There are quiet a lot many destinations in UK from where you can get direct trains including Cardiff and again there are regular train services from Cardiff Central station to Bath Spa. While staying here you can easily take a day train trip in order to explore nearby destinations such as Bristol and Bradford on Avon. 

Travelling By Car:
It’s quiet easy to travel the area by car. From junction 18 of the M4 motorway, the city is rightly located just 10 miles away from the junction. There are other excellent motorway links. As far as parking is concerned, it is not at all a big issue within the city. The city offers four park & ride services, twelve car parks and other than this additional street parking is also available. Since it’s a compact, those who love walking can even explore the entire city on foot. 

Travelling By Coach:
Since Bath has become a major visitor attraction from past few years, the city welcomes tourists with a great support of providing coach services which the kind of provide regular services within the city with National Express. The National Express coach travel links all major cities and towns in Europe, therefore, providing a convenient option for tourists coming from across the globe. 

Other Transport:
Bath is a convenient city to even roam around on a bicycle. Bikes are available on rent and you can hire one from the Avon Valley Cycles on a pre-decided rent. Travelling by this option would be a great fun especially for adventure lovers. 
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