Free Walking Tour Bath

free walking tour bath

Free Walking Tour Bath takes you in a captivating journey through the enchanting streets of Bath. Discover the timeless beauty of this historic city, renowned for its stunning Georgian architecture, Roman heritage, and natural hot springs. Our expert guides will lead you through the city’s hidden gems and iconic landmarks, sharing tales of its fascinating past. Join this amazing free walking tour in Bath for an immersive experience that unravels Bath’s rich history and culture, all while taking in the breathtaking scenery that makes this city a true gem of England.

General information

Meeting point: Meet your guide at Rebecca’s fountain.

Start times: Two start times per day

From Monday to Friday: 15:00 hrs / 17:30 hrs

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 hrs / 13:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: Spanish / English

Price: Tip only basis. You must tip your guide at the end of the tour. It is recommended to tip from 10 to 20 euros per person.

Note: Booking this tour is mandatory

Free Walking Tour Bath – Itinerary

Free Walking Tour Bath starts at the Rebecca Fountain, located adjacent to the historic St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church. We will delve into the intriguing history and noteworthy details surrounding this ancient Anglican place of worship.

Subsequently, we shall pause briefly in front of one of England’s most time-honored dining establishments, where you will have the opportunity to unravel the fascinating narrative behind the city’s signature dessert.


Our third stop on this journey will take us to the exterior of the age-old Roman baths, bearing the moniker ‘Aquae Sulis,’ with their origins tracing back to the Celtic era.

Continuing our exploration, we will tread in the footsteps of these historically significant waters, as we visit the external facades of The Cross Bath and Thermae Bath Spa, two operational wellness centers that persistently harness the therapeutic qualities of Bath’s mineral-rich waters.

Venturing further into the city’s most ancient precincts, our path will lead us to the Royal Theatre and the former Mineral Water Hospital, an institution established in the eighteenth century and generously funded by affluent benefactors, its therapeutic thermal springs attracting numerous patients.

We shall navigate the very streets that the renowned author, Jane Austen, once called home, culminating in our fourth and final stop: the world-renowned Royal Crescent, arguably the most distinguished example of Georgian architecture in the United Kingdom. As Bath free tour reaches its conclusion, we will cross the picturesque Pulteney Bridge, returning to the starting point, the Abbey.