Getting to Bath
Situated in the South West of England, the City of Bath is easily accessible to visitors. Bath’s train station is located in the city centre, and as a mainline station, welcomes frequent trains from London (90 mins) and the south west. Bath is just a 45 minute drive from the nearest airport (Bristol), and is connected to the main London airports via the railway. Bath is also positioned perfectly for road travel, on the M4 motorway which links London to the south west.
The Tour Series takes place on Saturday 20 May. This exciting event will attract a lot of supporters to the city so please allow more time to get to your event. Local road closures and parking suspensions will be in place. Alternative routes will be signposted. For further details please click here.
Bath Spa is served by First Great Western trains, with direct services from many mainline stations. Once you arrive in Bath many of our central venues are just a 5-10 minute walk away from the station.
Tickets and Enquiries www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk
Park & Ride
Bath has three Park & Ride Services, all of which have a 10 minute journey time and stop centrally. Parking is free and there are services from each site seven days a week. Regular bus services run into the city at least every 15 minutes. All buses are wheelchair and pushchair friendly. If travelling by car we would recommend using the Park and Ride service as parking in Bath is limited at peak times. Once in Bath it is just a short walk to many of our central venues.
Parking in Bath
Car parks are situated in various locations in Bath. For more information on car parking, including a map of local car parks, opening times and charges, click here.
Bus and Coach
First Bus run regular services locally and to nearby town and villages – for route maps and timetables visit www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/
National Express is the UK’s largest scheduled coach operator and provides a great services to Bath from all over the UK. Use the journey planner below to book your next trip.Go back