Finally I’am on my final destination, Bath. Hope you have been enjoying this journey from Bristol to Portishead and now Bath. The City of Bath and the beautiful countryside which surrounds it has been described as one of England’s most beautiful places to visit. Bath is situated within the south west of England and is a fabulous city to visit. I did a day trip to Bath from Bristol. From Bristol, coaches leave every half an hour for Bath, and trust me it’s a beautiful, an hour ride. It is renowned for it’s hot springs, Roman baths and splendid Georgian stone crescents. So if you are one of the history lovers you should definitely visit this place. Very easy to navigate on foot, city of Bath has lots to offer from it’s cultural heritage to the divine vintage cafes. The cafes in Bath are a treat for the the people with a sweet tooth. They have an amazing variety of macaroons, pies, cupcakes to offer. Do try the coffee macaroons once in Bath. Bath has dozens of museums, and its streets are a living museum of Georgian Architecture. There is history all around in this place. But also if you are not a history lover to visit this small city, you’ll really love it.
So here we come to the end of Travel Diaries. Hope you have enjoyed all the posts.
Next I will be taking you along to travel Europe with me,as i am heading off to explore beyond England during my Spring Break.Can’t wait to get on it and share it with you guys 😀
Till next time
Stay Curious and keep exploring
Outfit Details – Cape : Zara | Dress : Zara | Jeggings : Stradivarius | Scarf : Forever 21 | Shoes : Primark