Old Roman bathSince the Roman times, Bath has been a popular holiday destination. Today, it remains a place where you can step back in time to enjoy the some of the fascinating historical periods of English history. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Bath offers so much to see and do that make it one of the most romantic choices for a mini-break.

After you check-in at a historic hotel in Bath City Centre, enjoy exploring all the following sites and much more.

Roman Baths

Of course, no trip to the city is complete without a visit to the site that lends it its name. Bath is named after the Roman baths, which were built in 60 A.D on top of three natural hot springs that continue to bubble to this day. This is undoubtedly one of the best Roman sites in England, and you should set aside at least two hours to wander through.

Thermae Bath Spa

If a wander through the Roman baths has piqued your interest in the healing properties of water, then head for the Thermae Bath Spa where you can experience the mineral-rich waters the Romans enjoyed in a 21st-century setting.

Alexandra Park

Visiting Alexandra Park is a must to top off a romantic weekend away while looking out over the historical city and its Georgian skyline. The 11-acre park was opened in 1902 and named after Queen Alexandra.

The Jane Austen Centre

One of England’s most loved and most romantic authors, Jane Austen, spent time living and writing two of her much-loved novels, Persuasion and Northanger Abbey, in Bath. The Jane Austen Centre takes you back in time to Regency England to experience life, as she would have.

With these, there is no question Bath makes for the perfect weekend mini-break spot for maximum romance.