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The city of Bath, situated in the county of Somerset, is named after and most well known for, its historical Roman Baths. In 1987, the city was named a World Heritage Site. Bath Spa Station is located at Dorchester Street. All of Bath’s train services run through the Bath Spa Station.
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The city of Bath applies charges to on-street parking from 8am to 7pm on Mondays to Saturdays. Charges depend on the street and length of time you are parked in a space. Certain on-street parking can only be paid for with a MiPermit, and all pay and display machines only accept coin payments and notes. This can be quite difficult to understand, especially if you are new to the city.
Parking is available at the station for a daily rate of £11.70 on weekdays and £11.70 on weekends. The city has various short, long and multiple day car parks. The long stay and multiple day car parks can be found on Avon, Charlotte and Manvers Streets. Short term parking is found at the Bath Sports and Leisure Centre, Broad Street, Cattle Market, Claverton Street and Kingsmead Square. Charges for short term parking start at £1.60 per hour.
Bath bus station is conveniently located across from the train station on Manvers Street. The bus lines include local city buses, as well as national bus lines. Visitors can also make use of hop on hop off open top tour buses.
The city of Bath has free Blue Badge parking, with some spaces having no time limit and for spaces with single or double yellow lines, a maximum time limit of 3 hours applies. The Charlotte Street parking garage contains off-street disabled parking.
No restrictions apply to parking in Bath, other than certain maximum time periods for on-street parking.
No charges apply to on-street parking in the city of Bath on Sundays or bank holidays. This may make finding available parking during these occasions more difficult.
A drop-off and pick-up point is available at the station entrance.
A visit to Bath definitely requires a trip to the Roman Baths, which are within walking distance of the station. The baths are open daily, with opening and closing times changing depending on the season. Ticket prices vary depending on the category purchased, but start at £18. Whilst visitors are not able to swim at the Roman Baths due to the quality of the water, nearby Thermae Bath Spa has treated water allowing you to still experience the mineral-rich waters.
In addition to the baths, Bath is known for its beautiful architecture, shopping and breweries. The Bath Abbey, situated alongside the baths, is an Anglican parish church and an active place of worship. Pulteney Bridge crosses over the River Avon and, in addition to being historic, is lined with various shops on both sides, and is a must-see for visitors to Bath.