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June 2019: The Resorts of North Devon

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The comfortably sized city of Bath is packed with places to visit. Bath's rich diversity of museums , galleries, gardens and attractions - including the Roman Baths and 15th century Bath Abbey - are all within easy walking distance of each other.
It's a beautiful city full of stunning sights such as the glorious Pulteney Bridge spanning the River Avon , the grand Georgian curve of the Royal Crescent , the greenery of many beautiful parks and gardens and, due to open in early 2005, the stunning contemporary design of the new Thermae Bath Spa.
Bath may have a long and unique history (the Romans settled here over 2 000 years ago) but today's Bath is a thriving, vibrant city with a cosmopolitan buzz. Bath offers an enviable lifestyle, with a lively, year round calendar of festivals, theatrical, musical and sporting events . Over 150 restaurants and pubs are scattered amongst some of the best quality independent and national brands in Britain.
Bath also makes the perfect base from which to explore the delights of North East Somerset and beyond - there is walking, cycling, boating and fishing on the River Avon and Kennet and Avon Canal and the delightful countryside which surrounds them, as well as at the nearby Cotswolds and Mendips , both designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bath is one of those rare cities it is easy to fall in love with.

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