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The best of Bath
Forget Jane Austen, the Royal Crescent and all the other things to do in Bath, the number one reason to visit is this: food. The West Country spa town has quietly morphed into a top destination for foodies. Sink your teeth into a freshly baked scone in the afternoon before heading out to dinner at one of the many, many top-notch restaurants cooking cuisines from across the globe. Vegans and vegetarians are in for a treat, with the area’s eateries making eating your greens nothing but a pleasure. Start your tastebuds a yearning by browsing our round-up of the best restaurants in Bath.
If you want to hit the pause button for the day, head to the quaint city of Bath. Nestled in the rolling countryside of the South West, the city is famous for its honey-coloured stone, natural hot springs and boutique, shops, all in eighteenth-century surroundings. There’s heaps of history, a thriving arts and culture scene and masses of hidden treasures that make this historic city a must-visit.