No description Bath owes its existence as a spa resort to the Romans who transformed the town into England's first spa resort. It regained its popularity as a spa town in the 18th century, thanks to 'Beau' Nash who was instrumental in organizing endless balls, games and entertainment to attract the rich and people of prominent status to the town.
The greatest part of discovering Bath is that the center of the city is traffic free. There is a lot to see in this town, most of which can be reached on foot, including the spectacular Royal Crescent.
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