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Bath is a wonderful juxtaposition of a historical Roman era with modern experiences and living. Listed buildings and ornate Georgian structures sit amongst lively bars, shops and restaurants. The spa city is surrounded with perfectly landscaped greenery and is now home to many growing and innovative industries making it an ideal location for a graduate to set up home.

Transport links
There is ample transport in Bath making travelling around the city quick and efficient.

Bristol Airport is the closest airport to Bath and is less than an hour’s drive from the city centre with the Bath Bus Company offering a regular service between the two cities.

There are four railways stations located in Bath and North-East Somerset with Great Western Railway serving a majority of the area with some services also provided by South West Trains.

There is a good bus service in Bath. Travellers have the option to purchase a AvonRider ; which is a multi-operator ticket that effectively gives you unlimited travel on buses in

Bath and North-East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. A student day ticket is £5.50 and an adult ticket is £7.20 and the number of journeys you can make in one day are unlimited.

There is also easy access to taxi services.
Renting Prices
The average rent for a one bedroom property in Bath city centre is around £700 per calendar month (pcm). Outside of the city the same property rents for £640 pcm.

The average rent for a three-bed apartment in the city centre is between £1,3000 and £1,5000 pcm, the rent is around £1,000 pcm outside of the city centre.
Bath has a robust choice of pubs offering live music, bohemian deco, speciality drinks and old-fashioned taverns with a cosy atmosphere. There are also popular wine bars and venues offering creative cocktail menus as well as buzzing late night haunts.
Notable Attractions
Bath is home to fascinating historical architecture, including and the glorious aesthetics of Bath Abbey in the centre and the sparkling Roman Baths. South of Bath Spa station is the beautifully landscaped Prior Park which is now run by The National Trust. The art deco music hall allows people to rock-out to some of their favourite artists and the Krater Comedy Club provides the city with hilarity.
The economy in Bath
Once an important manufacturing city, Bath is now growing in opportunities across important economic sectors such as education and health.

A growing tourism trade has led to a significant rise in employment within tourism and leisure related roles and is now also home to strong software and publishing business’. Information, communication and creative industries are all also on the increase allowing greater opportunities for innovative and sustainable jobs.

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