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Anonymous

Bath is a very beautiful city! It is full of wonderful people and it has an amazing story. There are many beautiful site to see in Bath such as the Royal Crescent, the Roman baths and the Abby

Anonymous

It is an excellent city with many things to enjoy for all ages. Given it’s size, it’s easy to get around to see what Bath has to offer. It has foods of all cuisines, great cocktail bars, and super clubs. If been here for the last five years and haven’t regretted it one bit. Taste card makes living in Bath more enjoyable with a large choice of where you can redeem 2 for 1

Anonymous

In Bath, there are buses that go everywhere and that are mainly reliable, especially in the centre. There are so many different restaurants to choose from so everyone is happy. There is possibly limited entertainment in Bath. There are many theatres and bars but that’s about it when it come to obvious entertainment. It took me over a year to find out where the bowling is.

Anonymous

Beautiful city, great for long walks and sight seeing, shopping is good but also not too far from Bristol which has more to offer. Not always a lot to do otherwise.

Anonymous

Great student city, good transport links between London and Bristol etc. Lots of nice cafes for studying, eg Boston tea party... little bit expensive for food shopping, but there is a Lidl so that's more affordable.

Anonymous

Great shopping in bath and the best thing about it is there are loads of great places to eat. There are loads of things to do, especially around Christmas when the market is here. It's a fairly expensive city and the transport around it reflects that.

Anonymous

Bath is a beautiful city to be a student in. It is unique place, and knowing you are studying in a World Heritage city is a bonus. There are many options to try out different restaurants as well as exploring hidden gems of the city. However it does have some downs: options for night life are pretty limited and the transport service can range from very good to very bad depending on the bus service. Overall I would say I enjoy living here as a student.

Anonymous

A great city to live in. Very pretty and several shops and places to eat. However, things can be a little expensive and the clubs aren't great compared to other cities, such as Bristol. Bus routes are good but First have offered a poor service on the U1 and U2

Anonymous

Great nights out, beautiful city with lots of shopping. However everything is expensive, drinks, accomodation, food. Transport is great when it works.

Anonymous

The club scene is quite dire in Bath in comparison to places like Bristol and Cardiff. But Bath nightlife is whatever you make of it, it is a very different sort of nightlife. Bath in the daytime is beautiful. Roman architecture gives Bath an archaic look, setting it aside from most places in the UK. Shopping in Bath is amazing, there are a large range of shops. There is a large variety of food on offer, with there being loads of cafe's and restaurants spread around the whole city. Definitely not going to struggle finding a bite. Bath is a perfect city for a day or weekend break.

Anonymous

night life is good on a weekend food is great plenty of choices shopping is good best thing to do in bath is the spa

Anonymous

The city is very beautiful and great for shopping and having meals out. Although all the clubs are quite small and it is quite an expensive place to live e.g. Other than sainsburys the main accessible supermarkets are waitrose and M&S.

Anonymous

Lovely town very pretty and great Xmas market.Also has a huge variety of shops which range from high to low prices. As well as a range of different restaurants offering something for everyone.

Anonymous

Bath is a beautiful university town with great architecture, including the Royal Crescent, the Circus and the Abbey. Great for shopping and gastronomy. Though not widely renowned, the student nightlife is pretty good with an increasing variety of music styles. For those wanting more, Bristol is only a short train ride away. On a tamer note, the surrounding countryside is bountiful with many cosy villages to explore. A highlight is the Christmas Markets which brings the city to life in December. Another key date is the annual Bath Half Marathon, which takes place in March.

Anonymous

Bath has a few good night clubs but the main issue is that most of them are very small. There are countless places to each and there is something for everyone, from takeaways to fancy restaurants. There are huge parades of shops and the Christmas market. There's not loads to do. There's mini golf and a cinema are you're main two options and the city is beautiful which obviously makes it more expensive on the whole but it is still reasonable value for money

Anonymous

Town Is lovely but it does have its positives and negatives. All the nightclubs are underground which gives it a really cool atmosphere. There are tons of places to eat, including very fancy restaurants. The city itself is beautiful. The town has a lot of students and hence there is a student atmosphere which makes it more fun. Only downside is that a lot of places close early compared to bigger cities.

Anonymous

Bath is a lovely city with beautiful landscapes however if you are looking for a party town this is not the place. If you like fine dining and a good wine and cheese night Bath is fabulous. For a good night out Bristol is a short 15 minute train ride away. All the clubs in Bath are underground due to it being a UNESCO site with the Roman baths and all close at 2am. The shopping is nice with a wide variety of shops recently refurbished next to the bus station. Although doesn't have all the shops but has the majority. The place in general is very expensive a pint will cost you £5 and so is very similar to London prices.

Anonymous

The city as a whole has the perfect balance of city life surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are plenty of parks spread throughout the city and some beautiful architecture. Plenty of little privately owned restaurants and cafes that are quaint and unique, but also has chain food places that offer wonderful student discounts. Overall a vibrant city that has a lot to offer but it's a little pricey.

Anonymous

Amazing architecture, unique city atmosphere extremely clean place lots of shops night out are interesting if you are open but a lovely place to visit live and study

Anonymous

Bath is a great city for students as it's very safe, conveniently located close to London (only an hour and 15 mins by train) and only 10-15 mins away from Bristol. There are a wide array of shops and restaurants and despite having only a few handful of clubs, they all do a different student night on separate days of the week.

Anonymous

There are lots of places to eat here, I'm never short on somewhere to go. The buildings here are beautiful and there are lots of amazing sights, like the Royal Crescent and Roman Baths. I never get tired of walking around town. There are lots of shops that range from high street shops to high end brands. The Bath Christmas Market is amazing, definitely the best I have been to. There are lots of local businesses at it and it looks beautiful. I don't go on many nights out but there is a Wetherspoons, lots of cocktail bars, and quite a few nightclubs. It's easy to get around Bath when you get used to it. There's lot to transport options, and it's really easy to get to the train station. Bath is pretty good value for money, the cost of living is a bit higher than other places but it is worth it for the city.

Anonymous

Bath is an amazing student city, bursting with history, restaurants, shops and good night-life. Due to being a world heritage site, clubs have to be underground or contained to reduce sound pollution so are limited in space but always packed. If you don't fancy piling into the sweaty basements, Bristol is just a 10 minute train away where you can explore the world-class clubs. I think it's a win-win city, you can enjoy the stunning scenery and quaintness of Bath while being close enough to the bustling metropolis of Bristol.

Anonymous

Really pretty city, great for shopping and good transport links between Bristol, the University of Bath etc. although university buses do get extremely busy in the afternoon

Anonymous

Very good range of shops. Shops for young and older people all located within short distance of each other. Lots of restaurants of a wide variety. Lots of nightclubs however they are all very small and so get very crowded. Beautiful city with lots of history and places for tourists to go.

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