Most Bath hot air balloon flights start from Royal Victoria Park which is located next to the famous Royal Crescent, providing the passenger with spectacular views of this beautiful Georgian City which ever way the wind takes you as you head out into the surrounding countryside.
Bath is a World Heritage Site and is a very popular balloon ride destination for tourists to the UK. On a balloon flight from the Cities 57 acre Royal Victoria Park you may view Pulteney Weir and the famous Pulteney Bridge, which is one of only two bridges in Europe built to support shops, the other is in Florence! Or the 2000 year old Roman Spa with its roof top pool. Then there is the fabulous architecture of the Abbey together with the many hundreds of listed buildings that make Bath so ideal for a weekend break just 100 miles from London along the M4 Motorway.
As you leave behind the city the outstanding views of rolling countryside taking in the Cotswolds or the Mendip Hills, the River Avon and the Kennet and Avon canal with its famous viaduct add to the enjoyment of your Bath hot air balloon ride experience.
Another operator flying passenger hot air balloons from Bath is Bailey Balloons.
Bath, UK is a historic city known for its Roman-built baths, Georgian architecture, and medieval abbey.
Some popular things to do in Bath include:
Visit the Roman Baths – a well-preserved Roman site featuring the remains of the temple, the Great Bath, and other Roman artifacts.
Take a walk through the city center – Bath is home to many beautiful Georgian buildings, such as the Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge.
Relax in the Thermae Bath Spa – a modern spa that allows visitors to bathe in the same hot springs that the Romans did over 2,000 years ago.
Explore the Bath Abbey – a medieval church with beautiful stained glass windows and a history dating back to the 7th century.
Visit the American Museum in Britain - A museum that celebrates the arts, culture, and history of America through exhibitions of American art and artifacts.
Take a Boat trip on the River Avon
Visit the Jane Austen Centre and learn about the author's life in Bath, where she set two of her novels.
Visit the Museum of Bath Architecture
Take a stroll through the Royal Victoria Park and enjoy the beautiful gardens and views of the city.
Go shopping at the Bath Christmas Market during the festive season.
These are just a few of the many things to do in Bath. There are many more activities, events, and attractions to explore, depending on your interests.