City Sightseeing
BathUnited Kingdom

Top Tours & Attractions

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3 must-see hop-off attractions

Whatever you do, make sure you don't miss the following 3 attractions! Hop off at bus stop 10 (Red Line) for the most outstanding architectural view: The Royal Crescent. Turn right onto Brock Street and continue along to The Circus. Check out the views across to Beechen Cliff, where Jane Austen used to walk. Then, hop off at Terrace Walk, bus stop 17 (Red Line). Walk around the terrace which overlooks the Great Bath, lined with Victorian statues of Roman emperors and governors of Roman Britain. See one of the largest tourist attractions in South West England, the Roman Baths. With the City Sightseeing Bath bus tour, you can combine old and new, visiting the Roman Baths Museum, the finest Roman remains in Britain, before enjoying the natural thermal waters at Thermae Bath Spa. And last but not least, hop off at Abbey Cemetery (bus stop 19, Yellow Line). It is a remarkably peaceful and pretty spot perched on top of the hillside in Widcombe. It is probably one of the best vantage points in Bath.

So much to do!

The whole city of Bath is deemed a world heritage site. It lies in the valley of the River Avon and holds some of the richest history and some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, such as The Royal Crescent, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and one of the UK’s top attractions, The Roman Baths. The City Sightseeing Bath Bus Tour is the best way to discover the city for the first time. Enjoy the panoramic view from our double-decker buses and, whenever you spot something you would like to explore further, hop off and go for it! You can catch the next red bus when you are done. And that is not all! Your Hop-On Hop-Off Bath Tour Ticket includes a booklet of discount coupons to access the main monuments in the city, including the Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Centre, the Thermae Bath Spa, the Royal Crescent, the Bath Preservation Trust Museums, the Fashion Museum, and the Museum of Bath Architecture.