I recently participated in a podcast with Amateur Traveler about my hometown of Bath. I’ve written lots about the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath – the Roman baths, the museums, the writers associated with Bath, and much more… But this was my chance to talk about my enthusiasm for the city!
In the podcast I explore the city’s Roman and Georgian heritage, the museums and the green spaces. I talk about the architecture, and the writers – particularly Jane Austen – who set their works in the city. And about the many places within easy reach of Bath. I recommend people to avoid Stonehenge (too crowded) and to visit the stone circles at Avebury instead. To go to the towns of Bradford on Avon and Lacock (both of which may look familiar to you if you have watched any British period dramas, as they are much in demand as film locations). Then there are the vineyards and the cider farms…
Listen to the podcast yourself:Amateur Traveler Episode 657 – Travel to Bath, England
And have a read of my post on What To See And Do In Bath, UK: A World Heritage Site.