Soak up in UK's only spa city or take a walk along the streets full of UNESCO-heritage buildings. Or go on a safari trip. Whatever you do, let Bath surprise you.
Study in one of the most stylish cities in the UK
Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage city, so living here means you get to walk around beautiful streets on a daily basis. The city is small and cozy, yet full of things to do, from shopping in one of the most elegant areas of UK to going on a safari trip in the Longleat Park. As an international student, it will be easy to fall in love with this beautiful and stylish city.
Attractions & Things to Do
One of the most popular attractions in the city are the Thermal Baths where you can pamper yourself with spa treatments at affordable prices (there are discounts for students). If you haven't had a spa experience yet, you'll soon discover that it's one of the best ways to relax after a full day at university. Just imagine yourself soaking up in a rooftop pool while watching the sunset over the city. Bath is the only place in the UK where you can enjoy this treat.
If you love romantic stories, such as Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen you can visit the museum dedicated to the great writer and learn about how the city inspired her to write one of the most famous English novels of all times.
Bath is a great place for shopping. You can easily browse through the most important stores just by walking around the city center. Milton Street is of the most important spots for fashion, having been voted as UK's Best Fashion Street.
Living costs per week
The nearest airport is Bristol International Airport which is connected to many destinations in Europe, UK and Ireland. It takes one hour 30 minutes to travel from London to Bath by train (National Railway) and three hours by bus (National Express).
Bath is a small and compact city, so it's easy to walk or cycle. Most attractions are within walking distance. There is also a reliable and cheap bus service for longer distances.