270 reviews of England in One Day Trip
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Reviewed by Trevor S, September 2012
A very long but enjoyable day.
Given the distances travelled it did not really allow much time at each location visited - Having said that my wife and I enjoyed ourselves immensely.
Reviewed by Mitra, September 2012
This was one the best day-trip I have ever purchased. David, our tour guide, was a funny, knowledgeable, and fantastic guy. His sense of humor was great. He provided a lot of details on history, and told us a lot of stories wherever we went. I have never enjoyed a tour more that this. I am an experienced traveler, and I found most of the tour guides lacking in some department.... However, David had all the qualities you look for in a guide. During one day visit, we saw Stonehenge, Bath, Cotswolds, and Stratford-upon-Avon, Learned a lot about history of these places, an laughed a lot. This tour worth every penny you spent. It is a must do when you go to UK. Don't miss it. Keep that in mind that David works only on the weekend (for now, till he is retired from his teaching job), so make sure to book the tour on the weekend to get the best out of this tour. Thanks David for such a wonderful day trip.
Reviewed by Heather J, September 2012
A beautiful way to see the country side however more time in some of the villages would have been nice. The day was a little rushed especially in Bath - not enough time to use the audio guide at the Roman baths. Stratford was a pleasant surprise.
Reviewed by Suren, August 2012
Very good, but the time at Bath and Stratford should have been at least an half an hour more.
Reviewed by Othmar B, Switzerland, August 2012
We had an interesting and good trip, and our guide David has informed us very well. The only thing ist that the stops at Bath and Stratford-upon-Avon were extremely short.
Reviewed by Lynnette P, Australia, July 2012
A must do! Apart from a disorganised start where nobody was sure who was their tour guide or the bus they needed to be on, the tour was great. The day went smoothly, the guide Allen was very entertaining and extremely knowledgeable. A very good tour to see, as stated in the title of the tour, see as much of England as possible in one day. A higlight for me was the Roman Baths in Bath.
Reviewed by wendyb, July 2012
Great trip. Tour guide was very good. Just the right amount of time spent at each site. Pick up from the hotel was well done. Had a wonderful day out of London.
Reviewed by jvadakek, June 2012
We all loved the trip. The guide was very knowlegeable and the timing was good. But you are limited to your time spend in each place. The drive is long but its beautiful countyside so we didn't mind.
Reviewed by Marylyn B, June 2012
Stonehenge was awesome and Stratford Upon Avon as well. The Cotswolds were very picturesque and the Bath Cathedral and Roman Baths were great to see. Wonderful day.
Reviewed by Gloria F, June 2012
Great trip with wonderful Barry as our guide. The bus driver drove safely and yet got us to all the places on time. A great way to know about the wonderful sights outside of London in the comfort of a great tour bus and guide.
Reviewed by Greg J, May 2012
The trip covered all three main venues well, but the bonus was the excellent commentary by the Tour Guide, David. He even included points of interest as we left London, and as we re entered London, as well as in between venues. Our Driver, Joanne, was also friendly and competent.The coach was comfortable and at a good temperature.A reasonable amount of time was allowed at each stop, and at the end of the tour everyone was dropped off close to their hotels.
Reviewed by Ctamjam, April 2012
Our tour guide, Hugh, was very knowledgable and fun. He gave us info on the way as well as at the location. Stonehedge was very well organized and Bath was beautiful and a nice college town as well. The drive throughout the country was spectacular and you would see a random castle or cathedral everywhere. It was my ignorance to think we would be going to a town called Cotswolds and see beautiful thatched roofed homes. It is instead a type of home you see throughout the tour. There is no place I saw that had any of these homes in a neighborhood, however there were many homes made of the cotswolds stone.