Day 1- Bath, Cheltenham and southern Cotswolds tour

About 110 miles this circular tour of the southern parts of the Cotswolds including Bath and Cheltenham

Cotswolds tours and touring

An early start is necessary to give you a few hours in Bath to see the Pump Room, Roman Baths, Royal Crescent and some of the other fine Georgian architecture.
North from Bath on A46 and A433 to Tetbury - 24 miles
Market town known for its antiques and Royal connections - Prince Charles lives nearby at Highgrove.
North east on A433 to Cirencester - 11 miles
In its day the second largest Roman city in Britain. See the Corinium Museum to find out about Roman Britain
NW on A417 to Cheltenham - 17 miles
Wide streets and fine architecture. One of the most fashionable spa towns in days gone by.
W on A40 to Northleach then S on minor roads to Bibury - 20 miles
A lot of the property is owned by the National Trust, a river thick with trout flows through the village
SW on B4425 to Cheltenham - 5 miles
Just passing back through Cirencester
S on A429 to Malmesbury - 12 miles
Ancient borough with Cotswold stone cottages and a spectacular Market Cross
To return to Bath A429 and A350 to Chippenham, the A4 west to Bath - 22 miles
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