Bath, England
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The largest city in Somerset, this history of Bath dates back the Mesolithic period, the earliest trace of human activity. Due to the Roman Baths which are located below Bath's street level and located on Bath's natural hot springs, Bath has attracted millions of people from across the world.

Despite the Roman Baths, Bath contains more historic beauty and therefore a designated UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. From Bath Abbey to the Royal Crescent, make sure you visit this quaint English city. Most buildings are made from bath stone which gives everything a honey tone and glistens beautifully when the sun or moonlight hit.

This is a city for all and only an hour and a half train ride away from England's capital city, a visit for contrasting purposes is a reason on its own.