Bath Minibus and Coach Hire can provide you with Minibus and Coach Hire services across all parts of Bath and other prominent UK cities. We have been in business for well over 10 years now and have provided cheap transport to many customers. Bath is part of the BA1 postcode district.
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Bath is a city based in the northern section of the ceremonial county of Somerset. It is almost one hundred miles away form London and also has independent administrative powers as granted in the later 1800s. The governance of the region has been under much change over the years and it was previously part of Avon and also has connections to North East Somerset.
The population of the city is estimated at around eighty-six thousand but the wider urban area which includes the North East Somerset area and the Chew Valley has a much bigger population of around one hundred and seventy-five thousand. It has a significant white population and less than one percent of the population is considered Asian and the same applies to the Black population as well. Christianity is the main religion even though well over twenty percent have stated that they are nonbelievers.
In terms of its history the city was first a spar resort and thus was named as such by the Romans during their reign and they continued to build spars, temples and other water-based activities in the area. It also prospered during the Georgian era and hence today the vast architecture and heritage is clearly evident in the city.
Bath became part of the world heritage back in 1987 and this is heavily due to the numerous museums, theatres and other art centres nearby. Tourism is vast in Bath and it has also prospered in areas such as IT and also the service industry sector.
Bath has many attractions and many of which cannot be mentioned in one sitting. Some of them include the Orchard Street Theatre, The Royal Crescent, Theatre Royal, Putney Bridge, Rondo Theatre, Mission Theatre, Victoria Art Gallery, Museum of East Asian Arts, Holbourne Museum of Arts, Bath Postal Museum, The Fashion Museum, Jane Austen Centre, Museum of Astronomy, Royal Victoria Park, Royal Crescent and also the home of the Sally Lunn Bun. Bath is part of the BA1 postcode district.
In terms of transport, the main road links are served by the M4 motorway and the A4 roads. Bus services come under the Bath Bus Station and services are provided by the First Group and the National Express. There is also an open double-decker bus service. The nearest airport is the Bristol Airport and railway links are served by the Bath Spa Railway Station. This is well connected to areas such as Plymouth, Exeter, Cardiff, and Salisbury.