As the only city in the UK listed as a World Heritage Site, Bath, when we arrived by car, we discovered that it is a classical and elegant town surrounded by rural scenery. When we strolled through the city of Bath, we saw the noble streets that suddenly appeared in front of us, and felt that its classic came from the architectural style of Georgian houses; and its elegance came from the beautiful rural scenery presented by the surrounding hills. No wonder Fu Lei once said that this is a "exquisite and beautiful city", and now he has seen it with his own eyes. Architecture is the fashion of the city and the engraving of history. Bath's classical elegance is completely reflected in her urban architectural art. Bath, as a city on the World Cultural Heritage List, presents us with European-style classical buildings, full of spacious streets with tourists coming and going. Walking on such a clean and tidy street is a kind of peaceful enjoyment. In a commercial street with many tourists, a busker walks a tightrope to play the violin, appearing calm and calm in dynamic balance and static performance. It is also the first time we have seen this kind of performance. Skills and talents are merged, courage and ability are matched, performance and viewing are at the same time.
The small town of Bath is a real fragrance. When I first went to the UK, I only had dreamland London in my mind. I added Edinburgh at most. I didn’t care about the unknown town. After I went there, I found that the town is the most worthy attraction.
Bath, the famous British World Heritage town, is classically beautiful and particularly stunning. I have been here twice, and each time I have a different experience. The ruins of ancient Rome and the historical sangsang are really worth visiting repeatedly!
Bath, a small city in the United Kingdom, is classic and elegant. A team from London who can report for a day trip comes here to visit. Every landscape is particularly exquisite and at the same time has a long history. It is very worth visiting!
Bath, the only city in Britain to be listed as a world heritage site. The buildings of King George's time are well preserved. Today there are high-level guides and a day of beautiful scenery! The town is called "small town" because it has less than 90, 000 people and no high-rise buildings, but it has the most expensive streets and curved buildings in Britain, though not a large city.
Preston_Dominguez: Bath, UK
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Roman Baths,Royal Crescent,Bath Abbey,The Circus,Pulteney Bridge