In terms of culture, the UK has many world heritage sites of UNESCO. One of them is the Roman Bath, which is the site of the oldest Roman baths in the land of the Queen Elizabeth. Roman Baths consisted of four main features of the sacred springs, Temple of Minerva, the Roman bath house and museum of Roman baths. Sacred springs, in the northwest corner of the bath Sulis house, now is a pond which is known as the king’s baths. The pool was built in the 12th century and is surrounded by a two-level Georgian building from the 18th century. When visiting the Roman baths museum, you will see a lot of interesting objects, including thousands of objects as offerings to the goddess.
The Roman Baths tale began when the Romans discovered the hot springs in Bath city center in 43 AD. Then gradually they built the houses a Roman-style baths, temples, and infrastructure around the hot springs and the River Avon during the next few hundred years. The important part of the Roman baths are a sacred spring. Here, the water can be heated up to a temperature of 460 degrees Celsius. To the ancients, this remarkable phenomenon can only be done by gods. The belief in the healing power of the gods through this bath, became a major attraction in the city of Bath.
Roman Baths located in Somerset in the UK, visitors can reach the city of Bath in the course of which took more than 2 hours from central London. With 9 euros, you can go to the Roman Baths. During their stay in Bath, you can stay at Cheriton House Hotel, Edgar Townhouse Hotel and The Bath House Luxury Bed And Breakfast.