Bath Carnival returns on 9 July 2022 after a two-year hiatus. Take advantage of this special occasion to discover the sites of this Unesco World Heritage city up close. Discover the history of the city through museums, walks and historical monuments.
Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the River Avon full of beautiful sights, museums, walks and historical landmarks!
Bath is home to many historic monuments which you can explore at your own pace on our Bath Discovery tour. The Roman baths are one of the city's major attractions. Tootbus invites you to discover 10 fascinating facts about these well-preserved baths.
One of Bath’s most iconic landmarks, the Royal Crescent is one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture anywhere in the United Kingdom. Whether you’re a local wanting to know more about your city or a visitor going to Bath for the first time, read on to discover more about the Royal Crescent!
Air Decker was set up after having identified a need for a direct link between Bath and Bristol Airport. Previously any journeys to the airport from Bath would have required travelling by train to Temple Meads, changing to a bus for onward travel, by taxi or by personal car.
Visiting London and have some extra time? Extend your trip to enjoy a day or two to discover Bath. With beautiful Georgian buildings and quaint streets, Bath can seem like a million miles from London. The truth is, it’s easily reachable from London, either by train, bus or car.
Bath is the only city in the UK to be designated a World Heritage Site in its entirety by Unesco. The Bridgerton series was partly filmed in this incredible setting, home to some of the finest architectural buildings in Europe. Tootbus offers you the opportunity to discover this historic city at your own pace on the Bath Discovery tour.