15 Best And Most Beautiful Places To Visit In 


Elegant, handsome, and utterly charming, the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath is one of those cities you cannot help but fall in love with.  It’s a very tough choice but here are my best and most beautiful places to visit in Bath, England…

The Abbey was reorganized, rebuilt, and restored in the 10th, the 12th, and 16th centuries. This beautiful site has lovely exterior gardens and spectacular interiors.

Bath Abbey

La Perla Restaurant

This incredible fine dining restaurant in unique surroundings, with enjoyable ambiance and relishing dishes, is fairly well-priced and, in my opinion, worth the money!  

The Botanist

The building’s octagon shape and the restaurant’s interiors with its octagon shapes throughout the dome, bar, and gallery perfectly complement each other.  


The site is designed with intricate detailing and its architecture reflects Anglo-Catholic beliefs of the resident Gibbs family.

Bath Priory

The hotel’s 33 rooms are individually designed with immense detail and elegant traditional-style decor. 

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge situated on River Avon is an exceptional Palladian style designed by Robert Adam. This Palladian style, one of only four bridges in the world, is lined with small shops across its full span on both sides. 

Dyrham Park

The park includes an Old Lodge natural play area, walking trails, outdoor theatre. While there are plenty of outdoor activities, the park is known for wildlife spotting, especially the herd of 200 wild fallow deer that roams the estate.