- Day trip from London to Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor
- See stunning sights with your knowledgeable and friendly guide
- Visit Windsor Castle and St George's Chapel (Entry at own expense)
- Small-group tour limited to 16 people ensures a more personalized experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Because of the small size of the tour group, you get more time at the attractions than on a larger bus tour. The guide is extremely informative and will make sure you get the most out of your visit to these essential sights without feeling rushed.
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What You Can Expect
Arrive in the elegant city of Bath, where both Romans and Georgians have left their mark. Formerly known as Aquae Sulis, Bath is home to the only hot thermal springs in Britain, which were a draw for early Roman invaders. At the Roman Baths, discover how centuries later, the baths were still a destination for those who wanted to ‘take to the waters.’ The Georgian elite of London arrived here in the 18th century to cure themselves of rheumatic disease and gout. The city’s elegant squares, circuses and crescents also date from this time. Enjoy a guided tour of the city, and then enjoy lunch (own expense) at a local eatery.
After lunch, continue your day trip to Windsor, home to the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the favorite home of Queen Elizabeth II. Your guide will give you a full account of the history of this royal residence and take you on a walk through the town where royalty and statesmen have walked.
Inside the castle (entrance at your own expense), see the fine furniture and paintings owned by the queen. Take a look at Queen Mary's Dolls’ House and visit St George's chapel to see the resting place of English kings and queens, including Henry VIII and Charles I.
At the end of the day, meet the rest of your group to head back to London through historic Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was sealed by King John in 1215.
Please note: Between November 1 and February 28, this tour itinerary will run in reverse.
Wonderful tour. Better than what I expected. The bus was brand new and comfortable. The group was small, so everyone was quick to get on and off the bus and we did not waste any time. We arrived at Stonehenge before anyone else. This allowed us to take great pictures. By the time we left, the parking lot was filling up. We headed off to Bath, which was a beautiful little town. We had plenty of time to see the Roman Baths and have lunch. We had about 30 extra minutes after a good amount of time at the Baths and lunch to walk around the town. Finally, we ended up at Windsor Castle. There is tons to see here, but the time we were given was enough for me as I skipped over the things inside the castle that I wasn't really interested in. We had about 20 minutes left to get an ice cream and walk into a few shops. Our guide, Tony, was great. It was like having a built in comedian in the tour. We were laughing the entire drive. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. He made the drive in between the stops seem so short. I think the longest drive was about an hour and a half, but it felt like thirty minutes. I usually fall asleep on long tour drives, but he kept us all awake and laughing. I would highly recommend this tour... And if I ever return to London, I would try to make sure I have the same guide. Everything was perfect. I don't have a single complaint.
Tours of this nature are great because you get to experience so much in one day. Tours like this are also very brief because of the amount you fit into an entire day. We loved it, although rushed, and would recommend to anyone looking to mark three world heritage sites off their bucket list. Stonehenge is an incredible area with great mystery surrounding it. Bath is a city that transports you back to Roman times. Windsor is almost as good as Buckingham Palace. Guide was great and showed incredible patience when dealing with individuals who think they can make their own schedules.