About Bath, UK
Bath is a city located in the south west of England.
It is situated in 21 km south-east from Bristol and in 159 km west from London. According to legend, Bath was founded by the 10-th ruler of Britain Bladud, after the hot springs were discovered here. It is known that the site of the main spring was treated as a shrine by the Celts, and dedicated to the goddess Sulis. And around 43 AD Romans invaded this area and were calling it Aquae Sulis, that is “waters of Sulis”. And during the Roman period magnificent bathing complexes and temples were built, including the Great Bath which is one of the city’s attractions till this day.