Travelling around Bath
Find everything you need to help you get around once you arrive in Bath.
Bath’s coach, bus and railway stations are located in the heart of the city, so you’ll be perfectly placed to start exploring as soon as you arrive.
Bath has many regular buses that run across the city, as well as to neighbouring towns and villages.
You will also find e-scooters at designated parking areas around the city centre.
Taxi services are extremely reliable, you can also see a list of local taxi ranks here.
You can use the TravelWest journey planner to help find different routes to your destination.
Cycling is a great way to travel around Bath, and there are various cycling routes in and around the city. There are also plenty of walking routes for you to take in the scenery.
To find more cycling routes you can use this Route Planner.
Bath is a small city and great for exploring on foot, and we have plenty of suggested routes to help you make the most of your time in the city.
Access for all
Bath has a Shopmobility service available to all visitors where you can hire electric scooters, powered wheelchairs (£1/hour) or manual chairs (50p/hour).
There are quite a few car parks within the city centre, both long and short-stay, as well as on-street parking in certain areas. There are also three Park and Ride car parks, which help avoid getting stuck in any traffic congestion in the city centre.