Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Somerset. Once a Roman spa town called Aquae Sullis, the Romans built baths and a temple on the surrounding hills. Bath has been an elegant retreat ever since. Today there is a wealth of things to do around Bath--which includes untra modern spas as well as the ancient ones.
Bath's climate is highly changeable. Summers can generally be thought of as sunny and warm, but the mornings can be cool and cloudy.
Bath is best in the spring, when the flowers are in bloom in the public gardens. Spring is also a very popular time to visit, so make hotel reservations early.
Summer has the warmest weather, although you still have to expect some clouds and showers.
Winter is cold, damp and frosty. Then again, there's always something to do in Bath, and much of it is inside.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Bath, England.
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