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In a city like Bath there is always something on. From music to literature and entertainment to art events, Bath is a city that has a wealth of culture and activity for all those people that enjoy a Bath Weekend Break. In July there’s a unique experience to see Romans Bath by torch light, get to walk on 2000 year old pavements and experience the magical feeling that the Roman Bath buildings offer at night. Steaming waters, ancient buildings all seen by the soft light cannot be beaten. Take advantage of this experience as it runs from the 1st July right up until the end of August.

A new event is hitting Bath on the 3rd and 4th of July. The Bath Food and Drink Festival has a line up of the most tantalising food and beverages from top producers around the country. 130 local and regional producers will be there showing off their culinary delights offering tasters and sharing their knowledge of this growing industry.

For the fourth consecutive year, the Womad festival is being held on the beautiful grounds of Charlton Park on the 23rd July for two days. The Womad Festival, which stands for World of Music and Dance, celebrates music from around the world and different cultures. A typical festival will have a varied mix of live music performances, workshops, stalls and other events that are inclusive for children and adults alike.

If you are on a Bed and Breakfast Holiday in Bath this July make sure you put these top events in your itinerary.


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