For more than 2000 years Bath has been linked to its hot
springs and tourism. Bath was formed when the Romans
developed a community of baths and a temple to Sulis-Minerva.
The Georgian architecture of these baths attracts visitors
worldwide in addition to the famous bridge which is lined
with shops. Abbey Churchyard, the covered market, Roman
Baths Museum, Museum of Costume and Royal Crescent are
some of the popular tourist attractions in this
southwestern England town. Bath is located 90 minutes by
train or three hours by bus from London.