Traveling To & Around Bath
Planning your holiday or journey to the City Of Bath? We hope you find our quick guides useful for essential contact information:
Once in Bath, travelling around by foot or bicycle can be one of the best ways to really experience the sounds and feelings of the City. The majority of Bath is very pedestrian friendly as you will hopefully see.
GETTING AROUND BY BICYCLE
Whether stopping off on a longer cycle tour, or using the city as a base, travelling by bike is a great way to see some wonderful countryside and city views.
BICYCLE CONTACT INFORMATION
- The most popular bicycle routes can be viewed on Sus Trans website: www.sustrans.org.uk
Two National Cycle Network routes pass through or near to the city. Route 4 runs west on the Bristol-Bath Railway Path and east along the Kennet & Avon Canal. Both paths are mostly level or with slight gradients and make for a more pleasant way to visit surrounding destinations.
Routes 24 and 4 connect near Dundas Aqueduct; known as the Colliers’ Way, it heads south-west towards Radstock and Midsomer Norton then on towards Frome.
Whether stopping off on a longer cycle tour or using the city as a base, travelling by bike is a great way to see some wonderful countryside and city views.