Transport and Travel in Bath
The information presented on these Bath pages is based on the Bath City Centre Street Map and Guide
The city centre is divided into 3 zones - northern, central and southern - each with their own access points, which will allow all vehicles to access specific areas of the city centre, but prevent through traffic. Access to all parts of the city centre will be maintained at all times.
The central area of Bath, with most of its attractions, parks and shopping, is quite compact. It is fairly flat and easy to walk. A moderately fit person should be able to walk from the Railway Station at the south to the Royal Crescent at the north in less than twenty minutes.
We recommend that you use the Park & Ride facilities if possible.
Bath Bus Station, Manvers Street, Bath.
Call the Traveline for details of all bus services in the Bath & North East Somerset on 01179 555111. Open 8am-8pm daily.
The two main bus companies in Bath are First Badgerline and Bath Bus Company. Both web sites have online timetables.
Avon Valley Cyclery, at the rear of Bath Spa Railway Station. Tel: 461880. Open every day 9am-5.30pm.
Coach Park: Riverside Coach Park, Avon Street.
Park & Ride:
For further information about Bath, including a free visitor pack, please contact the Bath Tourist Information Centre.
Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information given is correct, but Mushroom Publishing cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions.
To avoid disappointment, we recommend that you contact the venue ahead of your visit to check the details.
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