If you want to venture out of London during your time in the capital then a visit to Bath should be top of your list! This one day tour is the perfect way to experience the historic Roman city and travelling by rail is a smooth and convenient way to get there.
London to Bath by Rail
Make sure you arrive at London’s Paddington Station for 8.30am as your train to Bath departs on the dot at 9.00am! Please meet your representative who will be standing outside the National Rail ticket office in front of Platform 1. The countryside will fly past as the train travels to west, arriving in Bath after 1 hour 24 minutes.
You will have been given a ticket for a hop-on hop-off open top bus tour to use at various stops across Bath, so once you reach the city you can board the buses at any one of the 15 stops. A hop-on hop-off bus is one of the best ways to travel, especially if you want to check out the sights along the way! The bus route passes all the top attractions, including Bath Abbey, Botanical Gardens, Pulteney Bridge, Roman Baths and Pump Room and the Jane Austen Centre.
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Your sightseeing schedule is completely up to you, but we recommend visiting the Roman Baths! The inspiration for the city’s name, the Roman Baths date back to 40AD and flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring. Walk the cobbled pathways and see a number of ancient relics from a time when Bath’s residents flocked to the steaming pools of water to relax and combat ailments.
Return to London
Make your way back to Bath Spa station for 6.30 PM for an 8.14 PM arrival back at London’s Paddington Station.
The train times are subject to change, depending on availability on the train services. So it is highly important that you leave your contact number & email address to notify about the changes.