There are a lot of tourists queuing for tickets at the Bath of Bas Rome. Because we pay for the tickets booked through Ctrip, we can enter this scenic spot listed as the World Cultural Heritage Site without queuing and exchange the printed order mail vouchers for the official tickets. In this scenic spot, you can get the guides by ticket. The guides with Chinese explanations immediately make us feel more cordial. First listen to the introduction of use, then go to each place marked with numbers, press the corresponding number key to play, you can hear familiar with euphemistic Chinese explanation. This kind of Chinese guide is the most suitable for traveling freely in foreign countries. First of all, we watched the patio lined with giant statues of the Roman gods on the open balcony. Underground the patio was a pool of hot springs with visible gushing water. This bathhouse has a history of more than 2000 years, and the hot springs here have been in a state of over 10,000 years according to textual research, which is really a combination of ancient history and nature. Visiting Italian Roman sites in small towns in England is in itself a portrayal of the blending of European culture and history. Subsequently, according to the designated tour route, tourists continue to visit in the crowded limited space. Stop in front of the carefully arranged sculptures and sites, listen to the Chinese commentary and introduction in the guide, and imagine the scene of that year. At this moment, it seems that there is a feeling of time reversal. During this indoor tour, we mainly appreciate some unearthed cultural relics. The contents are not much, but also include the cultural and historical retrospect brought about by the Romans at that time. As we walked along the trestle of the site, we came to the underground bathroom to enjoy the magnificent bathroom site at close range. Through the introduction, we know that besides the big pool, there are also sauna bathrooms and several baths with different functions. Facing the still warm pool today, it was once again shocked by the ancient Romans'style of loving both sanitation and architectural art. Two thousand years ago, people paid so much attention to personal hygiene, communication in public places and art of life scenes. Perhaps that's why the Roman Empire was so famous.
Located in the centre of the city of Bath, close to the Bath Monastery, the Roman Bath is the most famous tourist attraction in Bath, and also a museum introducing and displaying the ancient Roman Bath. The bathing ground was built in the first century of the park, when Britain was still in the territory of ancient Rome. A Roman Prince exiled here because of leprosy was cured unexpectedly by the hot springs. He later became king of Rome. He never forgot the hot springs here. He sent people to study and found that the hot springs rich in sulphur and other minerals were effective for skin and nervous system diseases. So he built a bathing ground here. And the temple. Later it was obliterated by sinking, and it was not until the 18th century that it was discovered and rediscovered. Its reception hall is magnificent, providing free Chinese guides, according to the number of each scenic spot to choose the appropriate number to listen to the introduction, very convenient and easy to use, the Holy Spring is still flowing out of natural hot spring water, from the bathroom terrace to enjoy the unique features of the Bass Monastery and Plaza.
Just came back, the ticket price of scenic spots has risen in an all-round way! From January to June 15, 2018, adult tickets are 16.5 euros, students hold valid certificates are 14.5 euros, senior citizens over 65 years old are 14.5 euros, children aged 6 to 16 years old are 10.25 euros, family tickets are 48 euros (note: during July to August, adult tickets are 9:00 to 5:17.5 euros, 5:00 to 9:00 to 16.5 euros). It is an indisputable fact that British tickets are expensive. After all, the Rome Bath is the most beautiful city in England. It is also the origin of the name of Bass, a United Nations cultural heritage city. It is a must-see attraction for tourists. Apart from the green hot spring pool in the lake, the attraction is actually a museum with free voice guides (with Chinese explanations). Through various real exhibits, relics, and video animation and scene layout, visitors are impressed by the bustling scene of the Rome Bath. The whole tour lasted about two hours.
So far, one of my personal favorite attractions. In fact, it's a big bathtub. I didn't have much hope. I went to see it, but I found that the museum was very careful. Tickets include a commentator, which is a highlight. There are different languages such as Chinese, English, German and so on. I listened to Chinese and English, and found that their contents are actually different. The Chinese version is more inclined to explain, while the English version has more storytelling and interaction, which is to vividly tell the history and legends and architecture of ancient Rome. The exhibits are also interesting. Many exhibits are equipped with video explanations, which make it easy for people to have a sense of inspiration and tell people and things in the distance as happened yesterday.
I came in after 17 o'clock. It's still very bright. It doesn't affect the visit. The most important thing is that the tickets are discounted. From time to time, the visit was shocked by the luxurious life and architecture of the ancient Romans. Standing on the second floor, you can also enjoy the Bass Monastery at close range.
This is the scenic spot that must be visited in Bass. It is a well-preserved ancient Roman architecture. It was a public bathhouse in ancient Rome. Of course, it can no longer be used. There is a large museum beside the bathhouse. There are many Roman cultural relics here. It is worth visiting.
Located in the heart of Bath, it was built more than 2,000 years ago after the Romans invaded Britain. More than three hundred years ago, archaeological discoveries of the present site, excavation and protection of some, is still in the process of excavation, it is very worth visiting. There are guides and Chinese explanations.
It s a historical place worth to go. The underground hot spring is still working. What a wonderful historical building.
If you go to Bas BATH, you must see this ancient bathhouse in Rome, a place where the life and worship of the gods of the ancient Roman Empire were recreated 2000 years ago. Ticket 14 pounds (students), provide Chinese voice guide, guide and indoor exhibition hall display in detail to reproduce the construction of the temple at that time, with unearthed stone carvings, coins, ancient pedestal relics and so on can have a more in-depth understanding of the scene at that time. It is suggested that the visit take 2 hours. The golden head of the Sullis goddess in the indoor exhibition hall, which I personally think is of high artistic value, imagines that the eyes of all living beings are close to each other after the torch was burning 2000 years ago, and there are some illusions of touching ancient time and space. Ancient baths in the open air resemble Roman-style pillars, sculptures, steaming water, flames waving in the night sky, and church spires seen through the patio, standing in the center of the world. In short, if you go to Bass, it is very worthwhile; if you are interested in history and culture, it is worth a special trip to Bass.