What are the Roman Baths?
The Roman Baths in Bath can be found on the site of hot springs that have been venerated over the years. The Celts built a shrine here, but it was the Romans who built a temple and then an elaborate bathing complex that has been preserved so you can see it today.
What are the Roman Baths like?
The Baths are impressive, there's a really good museum, and the city of Bath itself is great.
Where are the Roman Baths?
When did we go?
How did we get there?
We went for the weekend and stayed in a nearby hotel. It's very easy to get around Bath as it's not that big.
The Pump Room was built in the 18th century to allow people to 'take the waters' and you can still drink the hot waters from the spring today.
Where were the Roman Baths in the 2015 edition of the Lonely Planet Ultimate Travelguide?