Bath

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Bath

Full of elegant Georgian terraces, charming green spaces and the meandering River Avon, Bath is one of the most handsome places in England and, as such, can at times feel more like a museum, then a living, breathing city – but after dark, once the street is free of day trippers, things change.

Bath: City of bars, brews and beauty

Bath is a city that really needs no introduction. It is full of sophistication and classic British quintessence. When you wander the streets of Bath, take in the white stone buildings, cobbled streets, boutique shops and bars, and you’ll feel like a character straight out of a Jane Austen novel. This city oozes class, which slides seamlessly from day to night. But once night settles in, you’ll notice its many quirky cocktail bars, traditional pubs, and buzzing live music venues. Bath really has it all.

Just a stone’s throw from the Pulteney Bridge, you can order a delicious, personalised cocktail while seated amongst the quirky and antique furniture in the Opium bar. Then there’s the Bath Brewhouse which brews its beer on site at the heart of the city centre. Bath has everything from master mixology at The Dark Horse, Circo Bar and Sub 13, to west-country cider and karaoke at The Cork. Perfect for every kind of evening, it is also the home of some of the UK’s best up and coming comedians. So, for a slightly different night out in Bath, head to Komedia and laugh the night away.

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