Going from London to Bath by train is by far the best way of getting to the city for a day trip from London, with the best ticket prices found through the Raileasy website.
Bath's Royal Baths by Torchlight
Trains leave from London's Paddington Station and arrive at Bath Spa Station, which is in the city centre, by the River Avon. There are usually two trains an hour on the hour and half-hour, with a journey time of just under 90 minutes.
Check the current times and prices of trains from London to Bath on the National Rail Enquiries website. You can also find some of the best online prices by booking in advance on the Raileasy website.
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