Brits advised to head to Bath spas
People looking for a luxury summer break this year without having to leave the country have been advised to head to Bath.
Lucy Weaver, PR and communications executive for Bath Tourism Plus, said one attraction to the city is the Thermae Bath Spa, where visitors can make use of more traditional spa supplies such as natural thermal springs and relax in the same way the Romans did thousands of years ago.
"Other top sights include Bath Abbey in the centre of the city and of course Bath's Georgian architecture for which it is famed," she added.
In addition to this, the Royal Crescent, Circus and Pulteney Bridge are all landmarks that are worth taking in, while the Roman Baths are open late during the summer months.
And when they have finished relaxing, Britons could check out the Bath Food and Drink Festival on July 3rd-4th, where tablecloths set out in Royal Victoria Park will be piled high with local delicacies.
According to Hotels.com, as a result of the volcanic ash cloud and airline strikes, UK holiday destinations are benefiting.