Bath Experiences: A visit to Bath Christmas Market

It was the day that the Bath Christmas market opened, that I visited Bath city. So, after dropping off my bags, I made my way over to the market meandering along the way to explore Parade Gardens.

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statue of legendary King of Bath at Parade Gardens

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View of Pulteney Bridge from Parade Gardens

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Another view of Pulteney Bridge

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bronze statue of young Mozart, as commissioned in memory of Mark Purnell by his mother

The area around the Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths was bustling with the market goers and there was a very festive atmosphere, as I browsed through some of the 173 stalls at the market this year.

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Hope you enjoyed a lovely Christmas with your family!

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11 thoughts on “Bath Experiences: A visit to Bath Christmas Market

    • Bath is indeed a beautiful area and full of interesting places to see and lots of lovely cafes and restaurants to eat from. I am sure you will love it, when you visit, Paula.

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    • The Bath christmas is the one I liked best of the few christmas markets I have been to in England. It had a very festive atmosphere, with the area around the old Abbey filled with lots of handcraft, food and drink stalls as well as live music. You would love it, Michele.

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