- Guided day trip from London to Stonehenge, Bath, the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon
- Tour the mysterious site of Stonehenge
- Guided walking tour of Bath plus free time to explore this beautiful World Heritage city
- Scenic drive through the picturesque Cotswolds
- Stratford-upon-Avon and entrance to Shakespeare's Birthplace Museum
- Champagne and scones served in Shakespeare's garden (April to October only)
- First-class luxury coach and guide
- Pickup from selected central London hotels
Recent Photos of this Tour
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Ancient Roman BathsPhoto by: Heather GUSA, 09 2008
Romance in BathPhoto by: Heather GUSA, 09 2008
Shakespeare's GardenPhoto by: Heather GUSA, 09 2008
A tourist at Shakespeare's ...Photo by: Heather GUSA, 09 2008
Roman Guides at BathPhoto by: Heather GUSA, 09 2008
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StonehengePhoto by: Lori H04 2012
StonehengePhoto by: MA N08 2011
Home of the BardPhoto by: Rita J08 2011
Beautiful BathPhoto by: Rita J08 2011
Your first stop is Stonehenge, the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. You'll marvel at the huge stones that were brought from Preseli mountains, over 280 miles (450 kilometers) away, and discover the mysteries surrounding the slaughter stone and earth barrows, where the late-Stone Age Beaker people lie buried.
After traveling across the Salisbury Plain, you'll take a guided tour of Jane Austen's birthplace, Bath. It's a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage listed Georgian town with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture.
Heading north to Stratford, your journey takes you through the heart of the Cotswolds, taking in breathtaking views of open countryside criss-crossed by dry stone walls and bustling market towns with magnificent churches.
Stratford upon Avon
Birthplace of William Shakespeare and home to the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford is a charming market town set in the heart of rural England. A delightful river winds its way through the town, past the beautiful Holy Trinity church, where Shakespeare lies buried.
Reviewed by Heidi t, April 2013
i only had a few days in london and wanted to maximize my time and experience. this was definitely the way to do both. my tourguide (eek, can't remember his name) was fantastic -- full of great facts and information, but didn't overdo it.
stonehenge was moving -- as you stand there, you're in awe of how it came to be. it is an exposed area, so if it's chilly or windy, you'll definitely feel it. make sure to bring a jacket...or two.
my favorite part was bath -- a really great little town if you can get away from the main tourist streets. it's definitely worth crossing the Pulteney Bridge and if you're looking for a quick lunch, I recommend the Rising Sun.
my only regret is that we couldn't spend more time in stratford-upon-avon, but there's just no way to make it work. but the time you do have there with shakespeare's birthplace is really fun.
the bus rides are long, so bring a book or prepare to nap, or enjoy the countryside.
one last note -- the pickup at victoria coach station can be a little confusing, but just be patient and listen for your tour.
Reviewed by Nye S, April 2013
Well worth the money! I got two see three great places with Stonehenge being the number one I wanted to see. The tour guide was informative, the bus was comfortable and everything was very well organized. I highly recommend this tour to anyone wanting to get out of London and see some interesting places!