The Georgian City of Bath is one of my favourite places to visit. It offers a wonderful combination of stunning architecture, great restaurants and shops.
At night, after dinner we like to take a stroll through the city and up to the Royal Crescent, or down to the River at Pulteney Bridge. This last bank holiday blessed us with stunning weather with hot dry evenings. After a fine dinner at the Eastern Eye, we took a walk down the historic back streets winding our way to the water.
There is always buzz in this city, with couples out for dinner, stag/hen parties out in force and students queuing to the local clubs. Now, this was the weekend of the Bath Festival, which had seen huge crowds across the city but by the time we went out for a stroll, it was as if we had the city to ourselves.
Despite spending a lot of time in this city, we were still excited to find new streets and new buildings we’d never seen before.
The light on this particular evening was magnificent, the sky was an indigo blue with an almost full moon shining down upon us.
As ever, I was snapping pictures as I went and here are some of my favourite shots..
This evening’s walk was just part of a memorable weekend in Bath. We’ve already made plans for the next trip. Fingers crossed for similar weather!