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Postcards from Bath
Postcards from Bath
Travel guide N.43
I’ve been lucky enough to call Bath my home for four years. With many corners looking like timeless scenes, this city is able to maintain its former glory while also being very much part of the present. Originally known as Aquæ Sulis by the Romans in AD 60, Bath is a well-preserved world heritage city that can be explored on foot. Though often defined by its tourism, there are many wonderful places that escape most visitors’ radar. Underneath its beige surface lies a hidden beauty that most weekend visitors fail to see. Sure, it’s possible to see all the main attractions in an afternoon, but when appreciated at a slower pace and with mindful eyes, Bath will reveal its true colours. This guide will help you see and get to know this city from a local’s perspective. Get up high and see Bath from above, and get close to the heart of the city by walking through the lesser known streets.
Format: Digital travel guide (17 places, 52 pages). You’ll receive a link to download the PDF file, optimized for mobile.
What to expect: rather than an exhaustive directory, this guide offers select points of interest and venues that have been carefully curated by Alixe, a travel photographer based in Bath It includes:
- a complete list of her favorite iconic addresses in the city;
- useful copy explaining why you should go to each spot, what’s a must-have and when is the best time to go;
- beautiful photography to give you a first glance of the places;
- an online map with all the spots so you can easily visualize them and get directions to get there.
Pathport travel guides were created for the travelers with an aesthetic sensibility, looking for the most beautiful addresses wherever they go.