Bath, England is a beautiful, little city of Georgian Architecture with Roman echoes. The Roman Baths are the major, but by no means the only, tourist attraction. (Rent an Audio-guide for a richer experience.) Also in the city is the Bath Abbey, a lovely old church and the Royal Crescent, a stately group of Georgian apartments high above the city, next to an expansive park. The homes along the narrow streets are festooned with flowers making for a very attractive walk. Bath is also a popular base of operations for an exploration of the southwestern part of England.
Splurge while at the Roman Baths by stopping for tea at the Pump Room where visitors are treated with style and serenaded with beautiful music.