The National Geographic have listed Bath as their top beautiful British city for photographers. The article, which can be seen here, lists eight beautiful cities in Britain, as well as the place to get the best view of them.
Top of the list is Bath and the article advises to see the city from Bathwick Hill.
The entry reads: Nestled amongst rising hills and built from rich Bath Stone, the name of this Georgian city invariably appears whenever Britain’s most beautiful cities are being discussed. Bath’s intrinsic Britishness has appealed to travellers for centuries; Jane Austen made her home here, the warren-like streets are full of trinkets and cobbles and ancient pubs, and the entire city is wrapped in rich Somerset countryside, and this contrast of steeples and tiles amidst the surroundings that the city can be appreciated in its context. Bathwick Hill to the east of the city is one such place, from where the sun warms the stone of the city at sunrise and sets behind the hills to the west at the opposite end of the day.