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Anonymous

There is a large variety of food choices here in Bath from simple Chinese food to Spanish fine dining. Therefore there are a lot of options whatever your budget is. Also, Bath has many cafes which you can explore in, they are mostly similarly priced and offer the similar food.

Anonymous

Nightlife isn't amazing, uni is either a large trek up a hill or long wait at bus stop for a bus that will probably be late. Lots of toursists as well but overall is a very nice place to live

Anonymous

Food is great, city is nice, nights out are bad but no one really cares because we all know that we only go out for the food afterwards you get me

Anonymous

Bath is a beautiful city but is not very big and so there isn’t a lot to do. Living here has been a really good experience but it started to get a bit boring after 3 years as there is only so much to do in a small city. It’s also quite an expensive place to be a student as the cost of living is expensive, as well as the prices of drinks in bars and clubs. The night life isn’t the best but luckily Bristol is only a 15 minute train journey away and has a much better selection for nights out.

Anonymous

Bath is an expensive place and gets very busy with tourists. Takes 45 mins or more to get the bus from where the student housing is to the university. However the university being a campus is a bonus and the buses run regularly.

Anonymous

The uni is good but the support from teachers is not there. Nights out are bad because everything closes at 2 best nights are on campus

Anonymous

Bath is a quiet but beautiful city. There are lots of places available to shop and eat. There are a couple clubs that are always promoting for university students, so the prices are decent. Despite the aforementioned, there isn’t much to do in Bath apart from going to the cinema. There’s a lack of entertainment. Getting around Bath is fairly easy and the bus drivers are friendly and willing to help if needed.

Anonymous

Bath is a small place but there are lots of places to shop and eat. The night life is fairly alright with a couple clubs with decent student prices. It is a quiet place with mostly elderly people and students. Sometimes it can feel like a ghost town but it is a beautiful city. There isn’t much to do such apart the aforementioned and going to the cinema.

Anonymous

Bath is expensive. I was one of those students who said they didn't need an overdraft well... I was wrong. If you're planning on loving in Bath it is so expensive, the food, the shops, the COFFEE. The biggest sop in town is a waitrose and M and s. Buses are good value but the drivers are arseholes. Good news is. Bristols only round the corner so if you want a good day out just hope on the train.

Anonymous

Nights out are very expensive and there are not a massive variety of places to go. Some places look very high end, others very low. The food and restaurants are varied and many, there is something for everyone. Theres lots of things to do such as cinema, restaurants, museums, tours, shopping etc. The town has many shops to suit all ages, but overall quite pricey.

Anonymous

Bath is a UNESCO Heritage city, the design of building here is special. Bath is quiet during the night (not including pubs/clubs), empty streets at night. There's more to sight seeing here.