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Take a trip to Brunel's Bath Spa railway station

Bath Spa railway station can be found right at the heart of the historic city on the banks of the River Avon. Originally built in the 1840s, the station is a Grade II-listed building and was constructed by the renowned engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who was also behind famous landmarks including the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.

Step back in time at the Roman Baths

The station's location means all of Bath's best known attractions are within a short walking distance. Sights which simply cannot be missed include the incredible architecture of the historic Bath Abbey and the stunning Roman Baths, an incredibly well-preserved historical complex which offers a fascinating glimpse into how the city was founded on natural hot springs.

Explore the life and times of Jane Austen

History can be found on every corner in Bath and visitors to the city should ensure they make time to marvel at the Georgian splendour of both the Assembly Rooms and the Theatre Royal. In addition, the Jane Austen Centre examines the life of the world famous writer and how living in Bath provided her with inspiration for novels including Persuasion. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Bath Spa railway station? Both Travelodge Bath Waterside Hotel and Travelodge Bath Central Hotel offer great-value accommodation within a short distance of the station.