Travelling to the city of Bath and the University


Bath is the largest city and a World Heritage site in the county of Somerset, England, known for and named after its Roman-built baths. The city of Bath is located 97 miles (156 km) west of London and 11 miles (18 km) southeast of Bristol.

Bath is easy to get to from London, and Bristol airport is only a short distance away. Please click here for specific travel advice, government travel guidance (if any), getting to Bath, getting to campus, parking and campus accessibility.

Find your way around the campus and the conference venue.

The campus map shows parking, buildings and department locations. The main conference’ activities will take place in The Chancellors’ Building (grid reference C4). Click here for a 360-degree virtual tour – find your way to the foyer, lecture rooms CB 1.10 and CB 1.11, in level 1. A meeting/working room will be available in CB 3.1.

Drinks reception and conference’s dinner venue.

On Thursday the 8th of September 2022, a drinks reception will take place at The Roman Baths (from 19:00), followed by dinner (20:00) in the Pump Room.

Romans Baths

(Rebecca Faith Photography ©) The Roman Baths, a remarkable setting for a memorable event.

(360 Image Photography ©) Pump Room, this break-taking (Grade 1 Listed) room was the focal point of Georgian society and remained the premier venue in Bath.

Pump Room

Find out more about the history of The Roman Baths and Pump Room here.


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