Trains to Bath: Introduction, Train Information & Timetables

Train travel is a perfect way to explore the beautiful historic city of Bath in the West Country with its stunning famous architecture dating back to the Roman times. This city has lot to offer to those who want to get away for a day trip or long weekend break, with things to do for all ages. Many visitors from all other parts of the UK and Scotland travel by trains to Bath especially for the spa waters and the thermal Bath Spa which is the only place in UK where one can bathe in naturally warm, mineral rich waters.

Bath train station is located in the city centre close to some of the popular attractions and a fantastic choice of places to eat, drink and shop. There are regular trains to Bath from London Paddington and London Waterloo with an average journey time of around 90 minutes. A number of trains to Bath usually change at Bristol Temple Meads which is a major hub for travel to all other parts of the country. Also, regular train services from Cardiff Central to Bath train station, with an average journey time of around 65 minutes. During Bath travel, you can easily take a day trip by train to other nearby destinations such as Bristol, Bradford-on-Avon, Frome and Salisbury. Also, save yourself the hassle of buying train tickets to Bath from your local station, and buy your cheap train tickets by booking early online from the train ticket experts.