Evident from its name the city of Bath found by Romans as a thermal spa which later became a center of wool industry around 18th century under King George III. The Georgian town has to offer many historical iconic sites which are a must-see tourist attraction. The town later evolved to a regal town with Palladian buildings constructed in Neo-Classical style. The City and Skyline routes of World Heritage Site entitled by UNESCO with Navigatours are worth experiencing! Get ready to explore the multiple stops across the city and fall in love with the alluring tourist attractions!
Entitle yourself to the most comfortable and exciting city tour. On the trip you will get to visit the places of interest in a relaxed and composed manner. The trip takes you around all the famous destinations that are known to get the most tourist footfall throughout the year. Visit the famous museums, buildings, and monuments following Bath’s distinguished inhabitant Jane Austen Center. The incredible city of Bath gives a fantastic and worth remembering experience to people of all age groups. Get to visit the famous Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Roman Bath, Circus, and Prior park landscape garden. Also explore some museums like American Museum in Britain, the Royal Crescent Museum and the Fashion Museum. Dive deep in the colorful history of the city while visiting all the famous ancient places. You will remain startled with the beauty and marvel of the old architecture.
On the Skyline Route get an opportunity to visit and explore the Walcot Village, and Bath’s Artisan Quarters. Feel one with nature breathing in the fresh air while taking a stroll in beautiful Royal Victoria Park and the Botanical Gardens. To make your visit more memorable, try bathing in the rooftop pool of Thermae Bath Spa. After this enjoy your afternoon tea with a Sally Lunn Bun. If you happen to visit Bath in the festive season, you may be among the lucky ones to witness one of the famous Bath’s many festivals. The view of the alluring countryside with meadows, valleys, and woodlands will leave you speechless and mesmerized with its beauty.
Visit the most beautiful city situated in south-west England and remain enthralled by its charming views. Get your tickets booked online before you start packing your bags and set out on tour to the historic Bath city.
Navigatours Bath Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour Timings:
The City Route:
01 Jan - 28 Feb: First Bus:10:00, Last Bus: 15:30, Frequency: Every 30 Minutes
01 Mar - 23 Mar: First Bus: 10:00, Last Bus: 17:00, Frequency: Every 20 Minutes
24 Mar - 31 May: First Bus: 09:30, Last Bus: 17:30, Frequency: Every 15 Minutes
01 Jun - 30 Sep: First Bus: 09:40, Last Bus: 18:30, Frequency: Every 6-12 Minutes
01 Oct - 30 Nov: First Bus: 09:30, Last Bus: 17:30, Frequency: Every 15 Minutes
01 Dec - 31 Dec: First Bus: 09:30, Last Bus: 17:00, Frequency: Every 20 Minutes
The Skyline Route:
01 Jan - 23 Mar: First Bus: 11:00, Last Bus: 16:00, Frequency: Every 60 Minutes
24 Mar - 31 May: First Bus: 10:30, Last Bus: 17:00, Frequency: Every 30 Minutes
01 Jun - 30 Sep: First Bus: 10:30, Last Bus: 17:30, Frequency: Every 15 Minutes
01 Oct - 31 Dec: First Bus: 10:30, Last Bus: 17:00, Frequency: Every 30 Minutes
You can board the bus at any stop and voucher can be exchanged directly with the driver on board.
Mobile vouchers not currently accepted. Printed vouchers are accepted at all stops.
Tour is operating round the year except 01st January
The City Route departs fromBath Abbey
The Skyline Route departs fromBath Railway Station.
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the e-ticket within 1 year from purchase date.
1) High Street.
2) Grand Parade.
3) Manvers Street.
4) Green Park Road.
5) Avon Street Coach Park.
6) City of Bath College.
7) Westgate Buildings.
8) Queen Square.
9) Assembly Rooms.
10) Brock Street/The Royal Crescent.
11) Marlborough Buildings.
12) Weston Road.
13) Upper Bristol Road (Royal Victoria Park).
14) Upper Bristol Road (Marlborough Lane).
15) Royal Avenue.
16) Milsom Street.
17) Terrace Walk.
1) Manvers Street.
2) Terrace Walk.
3) North Parade.
4) Great Pulteney Street.
5) Holburne Museum.
6) Beckford Road.
7) Bath Spa Hotel.
8) Quarry Road.
9) Bathwick Hill.
10) Widcombe Hill.
11) Rainbow Woods Farm.
12) Brassknocker Hill.
13) Claverton Down Road.
14) Ralph Allen School.
15) North Road/Shaft Road.
16) Tyning/North Road.
17) Prior Park.
18) Middle Hill Lodge.
19) Abbey Cemetery.
20) Prior Park Road.