New express D1x service

From Monday 8 April, we're launching the new D1x service offering an express, more direct route between Trowbridge, Bradford-on-Avon and Bath. When combined with the existing D1 service, there will now be 2 buses per hour in Mon-Fri daytime which is double the current frequency. There will also be double deckers on this route which will further improve capacity.

You can travel this route for just £2 with a West of England single ticket!

Click here for the timetable.

Visit Bath

Bath is an incredible city, known for its rich history, roman baths and iconic Georgian streets. Whether you're travelling there for work, or visiting for the day, Bath is well worth a visit. If you travel by bus, you don't need to worry about parking, and an adult single ticket is just £2!

Explore the Royal Crescent

In Bath, the Roman crescent is an iconic symbol of Georgian architecture and is even a popular filming location due to its well-kept buildings that still to this day have a period look and feel. The most popular in recent years is the Netflix show, Bridgerton, where the Georgian architecture of Bath featured prominently. See if you can spot some of the filming locations!

Relax in Thermae Bath Spa

Nestled right in the heart of the city, is the perfect place to relax and unwind; Bath's famous Thermal Spa! Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in Thermae Bath Spa's waters that are believed to have healing properties drawing visitors in for centuries.

There are various packages and experiences available but make sure to book before you visit. 

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Discover the Roman Baths

If you're more into learning than bathing, discover the history of the Roman Baths. Dating back to 70 AD, the meticulously well-preserved baths offer visitors a captivating glimpse into the lives of Romans who once went about their daily lives in Bath.

Wander the intricate network of chambers, pools and streams all leading to the Great Bath at the centre. There is a museum too to discover artefacts found on the site.

Visit Bradford-on-Avon

Bradford-on-Avon is the perfect example of a typical Wiltshire town. It is well worth a day out, for it's winding streets full of historic buildings, quirky shops and cute cottages. Whilst you're there make sure to explore the 14th century Tithe Barn, and the ruins of an old Saxon church! There's also many canal-side pub gardens to relax and enjoy a drink in the sunshine.

Catch the D1 or D1x to Bradford-on-Avon for just £2!