If you fancy a nice walk this is part of Bath to explore. The Crescent offers some real history of Bath good for photographs. There is a good vista up on the Crescent
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These are terrace houses in horse shoe shape, This Georgian architecture looks very impressive. These impressive houses belong to a five star luxury hotel and few residences. A huge circle is in front where lot of tourists and locals walk and relax. A good sight...More
When planning a walk through Bath make sure to include the Royal Crescent. It a stunning example of Georgian architecture designed by John Wood. The same goes for the surrounding streets. However, when walking down the Gravel Walk adjacent to Royal avenue, make sure you...More
Walking round listening to the history of the places from the tour guide, wear flat shoes because so many amazing places to visit.
If you want to see an amazing piece of architecture, the Royal Crescent clearly qualifies. At the end of the Crescent there is an architectural display showing a cutaway of one of the "buildings". It demonstrates how advanced these buildings were 250+ years ago. There...More
Cool place to check out for the architecture, but try to go with a walking tour so you can get more of the history, otherwise you just end up looking for 5 minutes and continuing on with no real context or value for the history.
I had often seen the Royal Crescent in films or photos and I have always wanted to see it in person. It was even better in the flesh. I doesn't take long to see this attraction, driving past it really is adequate but totally enjoyable.
I grew up near Bath so I always took it for granted. Now whenever I return I am struck by the outstanding beauty - including the Royal Crescent which is really very special and in a wonderful location behind the park.
A must for all visitors.Before I came here I had seen it in films and TV ,but nothing can prepare you for the spectacular magnificence of the place!