Bath, England in Somerset County has about 90,000 residents. It is named for the hot springs that soothed the Romans during the 1st century. From the mid-18th century until the early 19th century, the coveted mineral waters transformed Bath into a major resort destination for the social elite. This sparked a major development boom featuring gorgeous Georgian architecture constructed with beige limestone. No wonder the city is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One look at this idyllic view along the River Avon should prompt you to add Bath to your bucket list.