Bath holidays are a popular holiday destination noted mainly for its historical hot springs, architectural sites and historical attractions. The city has a climate of warm summers and mild winters. The hottest months of the year are July and August with temperatures around 21 degrees Celsius. January is considered the coldest month of the year with temperatures around 2 degrees Celsius.
While visiting Bath, there are many activities in and around the area to enjoy. Boating, hot air ballooning, golfing, cycling, spas, sporting events and shopping are just a few of what the area has to offer. Bath has six shopping areas, all within walking distance to each other. These include the Central Area, Upper Town, Artisan Quarter, Milson Quarter, SouthGate and Western Area. There are many shopping events and shopping festivals held during the year such as the Bath Christmas Market and the numerous daily markets and farmer’s markets. The currency used in Bath is the England pound sterling.
Attractions of Bath include the Roman baths, museums and galleries, historic sites, parks and family attractions. The Roman Baths is a bathing complex built around Britain’s only hot spring. It was constructed by the Romans in ancient times for the sake of healing all illnesses. Bath has many museums and galleries such as the Jane Austen Centre, the Fashion Museum and the Victoria Art Gallery. Other attractions include the historic Assembly Rooms, the Georgian Garden, the Wookey Hole Caves and the Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park.