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Where to pick up your car
The closest car rental brand to Bath Spa train station is Hertz – it takes just under half an hour to walk there (2.1km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Bath are Europcar, Keddy, Hertz, Alamo and Thrifty.
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Coldest month: February (5°C)
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Hire a car in Bath
The buildings of Bath live in visual harmony and its famed history gives the city an air of grandeur.
Nestled at the base of the Cotswolds, this elegant spa town has an undeniable Englishness about it as well as an international allure. Ranking among one of Britain’s few World Heritage status cities, its Roman remains, sandstone architecture and posh spas make Bath a timeless cosmopolitan destination.
After taking in Bath’s classical beauty, search for your perfect car hire with easyCar and plot your road trip through the open-air Cotswolds.
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Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Bath?
A. Five to six days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Bath?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Bath?
A. Europcar is the cheapest car rental brand in Bath, offering cars from just £9 per day.
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For the photographer
The Royal Crescent of Georgian architecture, built during the 18th century, is by far one of Bath’s most iconic landmarks. The row of golden buildings is the city’s classic postcard image. Alternatively, take an early stroll along the canals and find a tranquil point for the perfect photo op.
For the historian
The Roman Baths, where this town’s fame began, is the essential historic site to see. The hot springs here are the only ones in Britain, and thanks to Roman technology, they were turned into impressive bathing establishments. The amazingly well-preserved spas and accompanying museum are eye-openers for any history lover.
For the book lover
Bath and Jane Austen are inseparable. She used the city as a setting for two of her books and called the city home for several years. Throughout Bath, you can find buildings linked to the Austen family but the best place to start your tour is with a viewing of the Jane Austen museum.