"I would say the best thing about Bath is the architecture. The centre of Bath consists of lovely Georgian buildings and it's known for it's Royal Crescent and The Circus. There are also lots of quaint and individual little shops. Bath is surrounded by hills and the lovely architecture can be viewed from the top of these."
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Crafters will love Bijoux Beads, Husquarvarna Studio, Shiney Rocks on Saville Row for beads and Sew n' Sew in Guildhall Market which is my personal favorite as the value for money is excellent and the staff are always friendly. Wool is great for knitters, as is Great British Yarns as they both have a great selection of wools.
The Circus and The Royal Crescent are lovely. Good museums include Holbourne, Fashion museum and the Roman Baths. Personally I get inspired by some of Baths quirky independent shops like Eureka (gorgeous jewellery), antiques and independent shops on Walcot Street, as well as the shops on Margaret's Buildings near the crescent.
The Roman Baths are the most visited attraction in Bath as well as the Abbey next door.
You have to take photos of the alive statues in the centre of town, the Abbey and Pulteney Bridge.
Eat & Drink
Java Cafe does, in my opinion, the best coffee in Bath, they also do some very tasty cakes. The also have very good salads and sandwiches. As opposed to a lot of cafes, they are all fresh and homemade.
Da Vinci on Bear Flat have the most amazing olives (I once ate £10 worth in one sitting, whoops!), they do really good paninis and sell a range of authentic Italian food.
See Something Special
As for something special, Sally Lunn's buns is pretty cool.
Pick Up A Souvenir
Bath Rugby T-shirt, plenty of postcards.
(thanks to Will Lee for letting us use his photo)