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How to Get There?

How to Get There Bath is truly set in a spectacular location and is quiet famous for its golden Georgian architecture and hot springs. The city is nourished by natural hot springs for which has achieved recognition all over the globe. Bath has a vibrant culture with featured new developments well complementing the city’s historic background. In the years ahead the city will turn into an international tourist destination. The modern Bath if we talk about is far more than the museums and ancient buildings. Moreover, getting to Bath is quiet convenient as there are several options. 

Travelling By Train:
The train station in Bath is called Bath Spa. You can take the advantage of The Great Western operates from this station to the Paddington Station in London it operates frequently at high speed connections between the two and is the fastest taking 1 hour 25 minutes. There are customary train services and from various destinations in the UK you can get a direct train to Bath. Even regular trains run from Cardiff Central Station to the Bath Spa. Alternatively, tourists those who don’t have a budget constraint, can treat themselves to a luxury journey the Orient Express. 

Travelling By Air:
Bristol Airport is one of the fastest growing airports and is located just 20 miles away from the city of Bath and it serves over 20 destinations worldwide. The Bristol Airport Flyer express coach provide service to passengers dropping you at the Bristol Temple Meads train station from where you can take any of the frequent services to the city. Journey from Bristol Airport to Bath train station takes around 60 minutes. Moreover, car hire services are available at the airports. A combined ticket can even be purchased in advance for the Bristol Airport Flyer and onward rail travel to Bath city. Alternatively, you can even purchase separate tickets for that matter as and when you want to travel. 

Travelling By Road:
Travelling by road to Bath is quiet easy and convenient as the city is only 16 Km from 18 junction of the M4 motorway which runs directly from London Heathrow Airport. Excellent links are also provided by M5 motorway running from North and Devon and Cornwall. It’s recommended that people those who are going to the Bath city for whole day or for more then one day, should travel by city’s Park and Ride facilities offered. Travelers can park their car in a car park outside the town and can use one of the frequent bus services connecting to other car park with the city centre. This is again quiet a convenient option and travelling hassle can be avoided by this. 

Travelling By Sea:
Portsmouth is the place where neighboring ferry ports to the city are located which are approximately 80 miles away and Fishguard in Wales is located around 140 miles away. The main port of Dover is one of the foremost ports in the world and if we talk about its distance from Bath city, it’s located around 190 miles away. 
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