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From Bristol to Bath: A Nature-Lovers Guide through Limestone Hills, Museums and Roman Baths

From Bristol to Bath: A Nature-Lovers Guide through Limestone Hills, Museums and Roman Baths
Starts from

Bristol

Duration

12 Hours

Transportation

By Car

Length

167 km

Guidance

Self-Guided

Categories

History and CultureSights in NatureActive Leisure
“It’s not the destination, it's the journey.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson There aren't many experiences quite like taking a long road trip and setting out somewhere you’ve never been before! Being on the road is such a liberating feeling, especially when you are out in the countryside. There's something heartening about the scenery that makes you feel as though you can achieve anything. It’s one of the few forms of travel where it’s all about the journey: the people you are with, the stories that you make, it's those instances which are hard to describe to a person who wasn’t on the journey with you.
You can enjoy the views of dramatic slopes and limestone grasslands at UK's largest gorge. Visit the tomb of King Arthur and enjoy a picnic in one of the country's most well-kept estates and, finally, learn about the ancient Roman baths. Taking this roundtrip from Bristol to Bath will definitely give you a fresh take on life. There is a lot to discover, and every turn has a story to tell. There will be scheduled and unscheduled stops, and plenty of opportunities to capture spectacular photos or record special moments.
Angela Bird
Angela Bird
Travel Expert
  • Enjoy exploring incredible landscapes of the Mendip Hills.
  • See King Arthur's final resting place.
  • Have a picnic in one of the UK's best-kept estates.
  • Dive into Roman history at the Roman Baths.

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A Jam-Packed Day Trip to Four Amazing Nature Spots
Day 1167 km

A Jam-Packed Day Trip to Four Amazing Nature Spots

This is a fun-filled round trip from Bristol to Bath and nature is on the agenda. If you're interested in seeing breathtaking views, and wildlife as well as learning about ancient relics then this is the road trip for you. With the summer closing in, this is a great time to get on the road and enjoy the greenery. It's best to set off from Bristol early. The roads are picturesque, and you'll want to stop for a couple photo opportunities.
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