Our Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath day tour departing from Central London is an ideal way to visit some of England’s most impressive attractions in a short amount of time. The tour includes
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Our Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath day tour departing from Central London is an ideal way to visit some of England’s most impressive attractions in a short amount of time. The tour includes an expert guide, entrance fees and transportation in a luxury coach with wifi, and is specially designed to optimize your touring experience. Discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Stonehenge and Bath and admire 900 years of royal history at Windsor Castle. One of the most popular day tours from London, this tour of Stonehenge, Windsor Castle & Bath offers excellent value for money and is available every day of the week.
07:45: Depart Central London and head to Stonehenge onboard a luxury minibus with a professional tour guide
09:00: Discover Windsor Castle, with a tour of its staterooms. Visit St George’s Chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married.
13:00: Visit Bath and enjoy a fully guided tour of the Roman Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is followed by a panoramic tour of the city including its Abbey, Pulteney Bridge and striking Georgian architecture.
14:45: Depart Bath and drive through the edge of the Cotswolds with views of the estuary of the River Severn and the far away mountains of Wales
16:00: Arrive at Stonehenge and discover the magnificent stone circles at this UNESCO World Heritage Site with a guided tour
Return to London, arriving at London Victoria Coach Station (Arrival time is approximately 20:00 and depends on traffic conditions)
NB: All times are approximate and may vary according to traffic conditions
The view of Windsor Castle!
The first stop of the day is Windsor Castle, one of the most spectacular castles in England and home to the British Royal Family. Discover over 900 years of history on a fascinating tour of this icon of Royal Britain. Discover the impressive state rooms, breathtaking St George’s Chapel where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married and admire the extraordinary architecture. There is also a free audio-guide available with explanations in multiple languages.
The Roman Baths
Depart Windsor Castle and head to the ancient City of Bath. We begin the visit with a tour of the Roman Baths, which is followed by a sightseeing tour, giving you a true feel of the spirit of the city, with its magnificent Georgian architecture, impressive River Avon and pretty streets. We’ll see some of the highlights of the city including the Royal Circus, Assembly Rooms and Pulteney Bridge
Last stop on this Stonehenge, Windsor Castle & Bath Tour
The final stop of this day tour from London is Stonehenge. This UNESCO Wolrd Heritage Site is famous for its ancient neolithic stone circles that date all the way back to Neolithic times. Today it is considered amongst the most mystical places in the world, and it’s hard not to be impressed by the extraordinary scale of the site. Learn more about how and why Stonehenge was built from your guide. The visit also includes a free comprehensive audio-guide available in over 11 languages.
Transportation in a luxury coach with free wifi and air conditioning
A professional guide
Entrance fees to Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Roman Baths
Lunch (you’ll have time for lunch in Bath, where there are lots of cafes and restaurants)
The tour departs from Victoria Coach Station at 07:45
On Sunday’s, St George’s Chapel is closed, so you’ll have more time to explore the Windsor Castle grounds
The Roman Baths are a well-preserved site for public bathing. Today, the baths stand below street level and comprise of four main features. The Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Bath House and the Museum, which displays an interesting array of archaeological finds from the area.
More about Stonehenge:
Stonehenge is located near the cathedral town of Salisbury. It is one of the most famous Neolithic sites in the world renowned for its ring of stone circles. It is one of the most complex Neolithic monuments in Britain and includes many burial mounds.
More about Windsor Castle:
Windsor Castle is famous for being associated with the British royal family. It is in fact one of their royal residences. Built after the invasion of the Normans in the 11th century, it is considered by many to be one of the finest pieces of architecture in the United Kingdom, expressing exceptional Georgian and Gothic taste.
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.