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Trip at a Glance
Bath, England, United Kingdom
Food Tour, Lifestyle
£150 GBP per trip
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Anytime by arrangement
Samples of around eight different foods and drink created in Bath and the surrounding area, a maximum two-hour walking tour in the city centre
Foods sampled on the tour do not account for vegetarian, vegan or any other special dietary needs
- Taste the unusual Bath Chaps, historically made in the city and hear how they are made!
- Experience the foods which were prescribed by doctors in the city in the 18th century for medicinal purposes.
- Sample modern flavours of the city such as bread made by a native of Brittany and a new take on gin!
This food tour is a chance to explore the city’s intimate connection with food! Included in the tour are samples of historical foods, which were created in Bath and still sold in the city, as well as some more modern culinary creations the city has to offer. We’ll visit retailers selling local produce and as Bath has become a major destination on the foodie trail around the UK. We will also point out some of the city’s highest rated restaurants and cafes according to public polls.
There will also be chances to try the city’s liquid offerings, with samples of the water from the UK’s only natural, thermal springs, as well as the potential for some tastings of locally produced spirits!
Whether your interest is in cheese, buns, meat, or organic ice cream, this Taste of Bath tour is the best way to discover this beautiful city’s intimate relationship with food!
Your adventure awaits!
I have provided quality services to the tourism industry since the early 1990s, having worked in full-time operational roles for tour operators, as well as various field roles working directly with travellers. I provide guiding services in various locations across the UK and Ireland and continue to provide tour management services to groups travelling on tours in these areas. I also focus on providing short term services as a guide in south west England, specifically in and around the World Heritage city of Bath.
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