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Our guide Claudia was wonderful! She was well organized, provided clear information and very personable. Our bus driver was also great! The boarding process at Victoria Coach Station was a little confusing, but stay calm and just wait for the tour operators to point you in the right direction.
The tour guide Phillip was awsome...very knowledgeable and personable! Thank you very much for a great tour!
The quality of the coach, the liveliness of the guide and the places visited were great, especially the fact that we visited Stonehenge on Dec. 21, the winter solstice, We highly recommend the tour. The guide said we would have to eat on the bus, but never told us where we might buy food, and made no comment about the cafeterial in Salisbury cathedral which would have been a good spot to stop. There has to be a better method of encouraging tipping than the guide's own advertisement at the end. Americans are not used to tipping guides. When we took groups on guided tours, we always appraised the participants that tips for the guide were expected. Apart from these two criticisms, the trip was well organized and the ten hour day will long be remembered.
Tour was very well organised, our tour guide was a wealth of knowledge and he made the day all the more interesting for us, we felt the tour was worth every penny and would not hesitate to recommend it to others.
The mileage covere in this trip is probably too far for the time allowed. it may be better to have slightly more time in Bath and get back to london later.
Great guide, sites speak for themselves. Would've liked more time in central Salisbury, but there's only so many hours in the day.
Our first stop was Bath and The Roman Baths what an amazing place we had time to wander through the Baths and also to take a quick look at The Town Square before getting back on the bus for our next stop which was Salisbury. The Cathedral was one of the most beautiful I have seen and well worth the look. We then headed of to Stonehenge the weather had turn a little cold and windy but still a truly amazing sight. This trip is well worth making an effort to do.
It was a beautiful day to see these amazing sites. We were 3 adults and 3 teenagers and we were all enthralled with the history, beauty and narrative.
The trip to Bath, Stonehenge and Salisbury represented excellent value. Viator deal with Londons top tour operaters and the pick up arrangements, commentary and coach quality were 100%. We have organised a number of tours, West End shows and attractions and have found them to be 100% top class. Have no worries Viator has come through brilliantly.
Great trip! It was my second time on the trip. I took my brother and sister on this tour a few months ago and now I took a visiting friend. Both times we had different guides but they were both equally informative and entertaining. Would take this trip again and again and I would recommend it to all my friends! The only thing is that you do not get very long at the Stonehenge.
What an amazing day. It was so nice to have our family together driving around the English countryside. Being on a bus, we could rest or hang out and relax.
The sites are amazing! Bath was a beautiful little English town, the Salisbury Cathederal was breathtaking and Stonehenge was amazing. Highly recommend this trip to get away from London for a day!
Our day was amazing with a great driver and excellent guide! The three stops were historically important as well as culturally impressive as we travelled through the area so beautiful and scenic. Time in each stop was good. We always want more of course but we will go back! Congratulations to you for this option to view a wonderful part of England!
A very enjoyable trip...well planned with well spaced stops. We started off seeing a few highlights of London on the way out of the city, the guide was very knowledgeable. Bath was amazing, we had enough time to see the main sites then have some excellent scones and tea at the Mad Hatters. The Roman Baths were extremely crowded, but this was peak tourist season so it is understandable.
Salisbury was a nice stop, there was a wedding at the Cathedral and the stop was long enough to walk around the building and area (I would have preferred more time at Stonehenge instead).
The last stop was Stonehenge, it was awesome to see the site (even in the wind driven rain), but I really would have enjoyed more time at this site. There was not enough time to listen to the audio guide provided, so you had to pick and choose the topics you most wanted to hear.
The Cornish Pasties at Stonehenge are very tasty and a nice bridge to dinner for the long ride back to London.
A very full, but well spaced day to see the Salisbury Plain and Bath areas.