Georgian,Roman and Palladian past best preserved, the quaint countryside town is how one would embellish Bath in words. Situated in England, the city has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site for its sheer cultural and architectural significance. Its one of those European places where Roman past and modern present rub shoulders with each other. Founded in the 1st century AD by the Romans who used the natural hot springs as a thermal spa, the city still preserves gracefully its Roman remains especially the Temple of Sulis Minerva and the baths complexes.Restored during the Georgian era, the city underwent a resurrection and most of the architecture that we see today, is actually carved out of the Bath stone constructed during the same time. The city’s Abbey serves as an icon, displaying its monumental glory.A visit to this city is a time travel into the alleys of past. The collusion of nature, culture and architecture is quite evident with Bath’s grandiose Neo-classical Palladian crescents, terraces and squares spread against the backdrop of surrounding hills lush green valleys. The seeker of knowledge will be taken aback by its resources brimming with history and art: Victoria Art Gallery, the Museum of East Asian Art, and Holburne Museum, numerous commercial art galleries and antique shops.Accommodation in and around Bath ranges from budget hotels, smart, comfortable self-catering homes, to five star luxurious stay. The Bath Priory Hotel, The Royal Crescent, Apsley house, Hilton Bath city, Bailbrook House , Milsoms are some of the hotels in this timeless city which offer comfort and luxury.