Bath, UK

Bath ‘Runseeing’

Visit Bath/Nick Smith Photography

Bath is world renowned for its historic architecture, from its namesake baths to its “crescents” of historic residences. Our 7 km “runseeing” tour explores this UNESCO World Heritage site, hitting the top attractions along the way. The route starts out from the Pulteney Bridge/Victoria Art Gallery and heads south on the lovely Great Pulteney Street along the river. At Parade Gardens, cut west through Bath Abbey and see the famous baths. From here, continue west through Kingsmead Square to Norfolk Crescent. Return to Barton Street via Monmouth and head north past Queen Square to the Circus. Loop around the Circus into Royal Crescent, then take a tour through Royal Victoria Park. After enjoying these gorgeous green gardens, the route hits Lansdown Crescent before returning to the bridge via Milsom Street.

Essentials
  • 7.4 km (4.6 miles) loop
  • 107 meters (351 feet)
  • Pulteney Bridge
  • Grand Parade Bus Stop