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Bath
Location Somerset
Status City
Area
Population 80,000
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
Tel area code 01225
Overview:

The City of Bath is a charming and unforgettable place to visit in South West England, on the banks of River Avon. This unique city lies in rolling Somerset countryside, just 160 km west of central London and about 20 km south-east of Bristol. Also known as Bath Spa, this World Heritage Site is renowned for its hot springs, Roman remains, superb Abbey, and Georgian stone crescents. A city of festivals and the arts, Bath is an inspirational place which sparks creativity and culture. Remarkably varied range of festivals and events take place here throughout the year. The city also has a variety of galleries, museums, and exhibitions; all these display nearly all subjects under the sun. In addition, Bath is a real shopper’s paradise, noted for its selection of independent stores.

Geography and Climate in Bath

Surrounded by a range of limestone hills, Bath lies at the southern edge of the Cotswolds, on the base of the Avon Valley. Spread over an area of 29 km², the hills are situated at a maximum height of 238 m on the Lansdown Plateau. The Avon River flows through the heart of the city. The flood plain of the river lies at an altitude of 17 m. Bath has a temperate climate, however considerably warmer than some other places located at the same latitude. This warmer condition is because of the warming influence of the Gulf Stream. More than 50% of the days are cloudy. In winter, there may be strong winds and floods occurred.

History:

Bath was built on the only naturally occurring thermal spa in the Britain. The spa has a recorded history dating back to the Roman times; however tradition recommends that it was founded prior to the Romans. The grand remains found here signify all other major periods of the England’s history, which include Saxon period, Norman era, Medieval time, and Tudor periods.

People and Culture of Bath

According to the 2001 census, the city has a population of 80,000, with an average age of 39.9. White people are at 98%, multiracial at 1%, Asian at 0.5%, and black at 0.5%. Bath has largely Christian populace, which is at 71%. There is no other religion that reaches more than 0.5%. Bath is an extremely trendy cultural centre. In the 18th century, it attracted the aristocracy and gentry from all over the country. During that time, Bath's Theatre Royal, Lansdown Crescent, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, and Pulteney Bridge were constructed. Today, the city boasts four famous theatres, namely Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal, The Egg and Rondo Theatre, which draw internationally famous companies and directors. Bath also owns a long standing musical custom. The Bath Abbey, the largest concert site in the city, is home to the Klais Organ. Bath International Music Festival, Mozartfest, Bath Film Festival, and Bath Fringe Festival are celebrated every year.

People Culture in Bath

According to the 2001 census, the city has a population of 80,000, with an average age of 39.9. White people are at 98%, multiracial at 1%, Asian at 0.5%, and black at 0.5%. Bath has largely Christian populace, which is at 71%. There is no other religion that reaches more than 0.5%. Bath is an extremely trendy cultural centre. In the 18th century, it attracted the aristocracy and gentry from all over the country. During that time, Bath's Theatre Royal, Lansdown Crescent, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, and Pulteney Bridge were constructed. Today, the city boasts four famous theatres, namely Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal, The Egg and Rondo Theatre, which draw internationally famous companies and directors. Bath also owns a long standing musical custom. The Bath Abbey, the largest concert site in the city, is home to the Klais Organ. Bath International Music Festival, Mozartfest, Bath Film Festival, and Bath Fringe Festival are celebrated every year.

Tourism in Bath

Bath is one of the most sought-after places in the UK. A great percentage of tourists come mainly for experiencing the city’s heritage and cultural tourism. There are a number of architectures that indicate all important eras of the history of England. The traveler season is mostly the summer, although there is a year-round attendance of visitors.

Transport in Bath
The Bath Spa railway station operates regular services to a number of cities. The city also has a suburban station, the Oldfield Park, which has a limited commuter service to the city of Bristol. National Express operates coach services from Bath to London, Plymouth, Swansea, Cardiff, Paddington, Westbury, Warminster, etc. The Bristol International Airport serves the city.





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