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See how the Romans relaxed in the days of the former Empire

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Explore the ancient ruins of a former Roman day spa, immerse yourself in the setting of one of Jane Austen's literary works or marvel at the Georgian-style architecture of the Royal Cresent. These are just a few of the highlights you can expect from a visit to the quaint city of Bath, located in the Somerset countryside. Read more about private jet charter flights in Bath arrow-right

Bath jet charter information

As its name implies, Bath began as a spa resort for the Romans after their conquest of the British Isles. Though it has changed hands throughout the centuries, this quaint city has remained a place of refuge for the world-weary. It lies nearly 100 miles west of London and 13 miles southeast of Bristol. Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset, boasting a population of just shy of 90,000. The city is bisected by the River Avon and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987.

Things to Do in Bath

The Roman baths are some of the oldest architecture in the city, and a great reminder of just how powerful and far-reaching the former empire was at one point. Take a tour and immerse yourself in history and see how they relaxed in ancient times (it’s actually quite impressive, even by today’s standards). When you're tired of looking, experience what all the fuss is about at the Thermae Bath Spa, which combines aspects of the ancient Roman and modern spa experiences. The company maintains the only hot, mineral spring in the United Kingdom by special charter. After a day of relaxation and beautification, it's time to take in the sights. Bath has a rich history and plenty of historic landmarks that are worth exploring. Perhaps the most prominent is the Royal Crescent. This collection of 30 Georgian-style houses dating from the late 1700s is arranged in an interlocking crescent shape similar in appearance to the Great Wall of China. The Crescent has been home to noteworthy people for more than 200 years. English romantic authoress Jane Austin lived in several areas of Bath from 1801-1806. The city is the implied setting for her works Northanger Abbeyand Persuasionand the Jane Austin Centre in Bath is dedicated to preserving her stay in the region. Other top attractions in Bath include:

  • Pulteney Bridge
  • Bath Abbey
  • Bath Fashion Museum
  • Prior Park Landscape Garden
  • Holburne Museum

See how the Romans relaxed in the days of the former Empire

Book your charter flights to Bath, England with Stratos Jets and experience our wide array of luxury services personalized to your individual and professional needs. Whether you're flying for business or pleasure, just the family or as part of a larger group, private aviation is the most elegant and convenient option for international travel. Dine on gourmet cuisine inflight from our extensive menu, or tell us what you want and we’ll arrange it for you. Our flight coordinators can even arrange ground transportation and hotel reservations. Most importantly, you can fly on-demand to Bath with as little as four’ hours notice, and plan the trip around your schedule using the most modern, well-appointed aircraft available.

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Bath Jet Charter Airports

Bristol Airport (EGGD) is the nearest airport to Bath, located about 12 miles to the northwest. You can reach it in about 20 minutes by car or by train. The airport features a single 6,600-foot runway, meaning it’s capable of handling all but the largest charter aircraft.

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