I’m really excited to interview AJ Saunders of A.J.S Digital Group about Bath, United Kingdom. AJ’s tips for the best things to do in Bath are awesome because he was born in Bath and loves how it is known as the original well-being destination. With historic buildings, great music venues, and a range of festivals each year, there’s always something new to discover.
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Bath, United Kingdom
We share a lot of resources and local suggestions in today’s podcast, but you should also check out Visit Bath, the local visitor’s bureau. They are a wealth of information and can help you plan an itinerary based on your time, budget, and interests.
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Getting around Bath
The local airport is Bristol Airport (BRS), which is about a 35-minute drive to Bath. The best option from the airport to Bath is taking a bus or taxi. If you fly into London, it is easy to take a train or bus to visit Bath.
AJ says that there’s no need to rent a car when visiting Bath because the city is compact and very walkable. Plus, parking is hard to find and fairly expensive.
You should only rent a car if you plan on visiting other cities in the U.K. and want to drive along the English countryside on your own schedule. For the best offers, visit Avis, Budget, or Hertz.
Places we talked about on the podcast
Here is a map of all of the places we talked about on the podcast episode with AJ Saunders about Bath, United Kingdom. You can zoom into the map and click on each dot to explore the city.
- Red dots = best places to eat in Bath, United Kingdom
- Green dots = best things to do in Bath, United Kingdom
- Yellow dots = best places to stay in Bath, United Kingdom
Who is AJ Saunders?
It’s easy to trace where AJ’s love of digital started. His friend’s dad showed them how to write HTML code. Learning the basics of how to build a website sparked a love of digital marketing that continues to this day. Over the years, AJ developed my digital marketing skills with a strong focus on SEO, copywriting, and blogging. Even after all of these years, he’s still curious about online marketing, SaaS, and all things digital.
In the last decade, he has launched an eBook publishing company, a global e-commerce shop, and started the current brands in the AJS Digital Group’s portfolio. Also, AJ built countless websites for a range of clients and advised many on how to develop and implement a digital strategy for their business. Outside work, AJ enjoys playing guitar, tennis, and exploring country houses!
Here are a few articles that she’s written:
- E- 31 Chasing A Compelling Vision with AJ Saunders
- How to make money with blogging to grow your business with Ashley Saunders
- How to Use SEO for Lead Generation: 13 Tips
You can connect with AJ on his website and on Facebook and Instagram. AJ offers several courses on his site, with topics including content strategy and creating a brand style guide. You can also book one-on-one consulting services for businesses looking to drive more sales through their website.
If you want to hear more of AJ’s tips, please listen to our interview about the best things to do in Monaco.
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Stay tuned for our next episode
Listen to the next episode when Chris Lundgren, the author of Accidental Adventures: Alaska–True Tales of Ordinary People Facing Danger in the Wilderness, shares the best things to do in Anchorage, AK. In this episode, we talk about 4 hours of darkness during the Summer Solstice, driving the Seward Highway, and seeing moose at Kincaid Park. We hope you’ll join us when We Travel There.
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If you’re planning a trip to the United Kingdom, check out our other episodes for the region:
- Buckingham Palace, Christmas Markets & Click Prison in London, UK
- Best Things to Do in Sheffield, England with Anne Slater-Brooks
- Valhalla Museum, Tresco Gardens & Dark Skies Week on the Isles of Scilly, UK
- Hidden Pubs and Walking a Llama with Chris in Surrey, England
- Winchester Cathedral, King Arthur’s Round Table & Chesil Rectory in Winchester, UK
- Explosives Museum, Stokes Bay & the Isle of Wight in Gosport, U.K.