Paddington Railway Station (meet by the main ticket office - it's near Platforms 1 & 2) | Map
Short version: "A scoop of pure honey set in a green bowl"
Long version: Bath is the world's most perfect Georgian city. A graceful and airy miracle of Palladian grandeur, it's a world of arcades and crescents, of Assembly Rooms and Pump Rooms. In the 18th-century it was the focus of the Age of Elegance. Today it's our turn to savour the accreted delights of the slow centuries as we explore this exquisite place and its stunningly cosmopolitan Roman foundations, folded into a time-warp in the lovely Somerset hills. A trip to Bath is an event. European cities don't come any more provocative. Or profound. Or poetic. N.B. we'll be back in central London at approximately 6.15 pm.
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In our Summer 2018 London Walks programme we'll go to Bath on the following Saturdays: August 25, September 8 and September 22 (for the Jane Austen Festival!). Meet Simon at 8.45 am at Paddington Railway Station.
Meet by the main ticket office, which is near Platforms 1 & 2. The Tariff (train fare and any entrance fees) is £43. For the total cost of the trip just add the Tariff to the guide's fee.* N.B. we'll be back in central London at approximately 6.15 pm.
*The guide's fee for a Day Trip is £18 for adults. Of £16 for Super Adults (over 65s) and students. Or £14 for people with the London Walks Discount Card. Kids under 15 accompanied by their parent(s) go free.
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