The spa city of Bath is a historical city set in the South West corner of England and is an excellent city to visit if you are looking for a key tourist destination and a nice array of cultural heritage in the same location.
Around Bath you can still see the heavy influence of the Roman dominance, but of course it is the most clear near the ‘Roman baths’ which are located near the Georgian Grand Pump room in the city centre area. Without a doubt the Georgian period most heavily affected the city of Bath with many Georgian influence attractions and landmarks spread throughout the area.
A few that you should make sure to see include the Grand Pump Room where you can enjoy dinner or lunch, the stunning Bath Abbey, the Pulteney Bridge and its shops, tea-rooms, and of course the Assembly Rooms where you will find plenty of entertainment choices.
Of course, you also want to make sure to visit The Royal Crescent which features a grand house that is now a museum that showcases life during the Georgian period and offers a great glimpse into how life was during this time.
Bath officially gained distinction as a UNESCO city back in 1987 due to its many historical attributes that all have historical importance and appropriate cultural significance. This increased the amount of tourism that Bath receives and allows visitors the chance to see a wide array of heritage sites and to explore the unique sites of the city.