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A real and rare beauty! Walk along for the little shops, restaurants and cafes too.
A Famous bridge, one one of only 4 in the world with shops on both sides, including cafés, restaurants, bars and steps down to the river where you find Bath Rugby and river boat tours to Bathampton
Completed in 1774, Pulteney Bridge brings a touch of Italy to Bath. Inspired by Ponte Vecchio in Florence and lined by shops on both sides, it is one of only four such structures in the world. Viewed from across the river, the bridge’s elegant arches are complemented by the curved cascades of the…
Has some nice shops on the bridge. Good to walk about and take in the scenery.
Divert northwards and follow the River Avon along its eastern bank. Keep walking and keep the faith. The views of the city are incredible. The walk ends with steps up to Pulteney Bridge, one of 3 bridges with shops in the world. Can you guess the others?
The is one of the most photographed monuments in Bath and is one of only three bridges in the world that has shops on both sides. There are quaint coffee shops and even a small stamp shop, definitely one to tick off the list!
Everyone's favourite - and for a reason! The area around the bridge is scenic and relaxing, and the sounds and lights are particularly romantic at night. You can eat at one of the bridge's cages or restaurants and shop in the numerous quirky stores.
Unique bridge with shops on both sides, with weir underneath it. Start of iconic Bath street - Great Pulteney Street- with former stately home, now Holbourne museum at one and Pulteney bridge at the other end.
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