Visit the best sights of the West Country and the nearby town of Windsor. Including a guided tour of the city of Windsor and free time, guided tour of the city of Bath and its main attractions such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus and more. Finally, enter the 6000+ years old monument, Stonehenge, a UNESCO Heritage site (includes entrance), also including an audio-tour of the site. You will have free time at each place visited. You will travel on an executive, modern coach with the company of a friendly and experienced tour guide.
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Tour Pace: Moderate|
|Group Size: 25 - 55|
|Sun. 16th Dec 2018||GBP £54|
|Sun. 13th Jan 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 20th Jan 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 27th Jan 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 3rd Feb 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 10th Feb 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 17th Feb 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 24th Feb 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 3rd Mar 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 10th Mar 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 17th Mar 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 24th Mar 2019||GBP £54|
|Sun. 31st Mar 2019||GBP £54|
Escape the city and see some of the best jewels of Southern England in one day! Start your journey to the first destination, Windsor. Enjoy a walking tour through the quaint cobble-stoned streets, finishing right next to the castle. See the Victoria’s train replica and enjoy free time for lunch and shopping.
Depart towards the Georgian city of Bath, travelling through the rolling hills of Wiltshire and Somerset. Prepare your camera for the beautiful views of Bath and its honey-stoned landscapes. Upon arrival, enjoy views of Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon and Bath Abbey.
Join your guide for a 1-hour tour who will introduce you to the rich history of the Georgian city including its beginnings, its famous architects and the many banquets and events at the Assembly rooms. You will then finish the tour in the city centre and proceed to enter the Roman Baths. After the visit one of the best preserves Roman baths in the world, you will have free time to enjoy.
You will then have a drive of approximately 45 minutes to Stonehenge. You will enter the prehistoric site and enjoy a guided audio-tour (available in 12 languages - included). The new Exhibition centre is available to be visited after the stones. Excellent souvenir shopping is also available at the attraction.
Then start the journey back to London. The drop-off point will be Hammersmith Station at approximately 8pm.
Lunch available at all places (not included).
Note: On some occasions, we may visit Stonehenge after Windsor and then Bath. If you would like to confirm the itinerary, please contact our office to give you more up-to-date information.
Visit one of the best-preserved Roman site in the world and one of the most popular attractions in the UK – receiving more than 1 million visitors every year. The baths were built as a religious spa. Thermal spring water bubbles up in the site, fillings the Baths with hot water.
These prices may be subject to change on certain weekends, please check the booking page of each tour
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