- One-way post-cruise excursion from the Port of Southampton to London with stops in Salisbury, Stonehenge and Windsor!
- Explore ancient British sites with your knowledgeable and friendly guide
- Visit the magnificent and medieval cities of Salisbury and Windsor
- Discover the world-famous prehistoric landmark Stonehenge
- Port pickup and hotel drop-off in a comfortable coach
What You Can Expect
Your first stop is Salisbury, home to one of Britain’s finest Gothic cathedrals, built in the 13th century (entry at own expense). After a guided tour through the medieval town, you will have free time to explore on your own and go into the cathedral if you wish. Then hop back in your coach and drive through the beautiful English countryside, past villages with historical churches and thatched-roof cottages.
On your way to your next stop – Stonehenge – your guide will tell you some of the many myths, legends and facts behind one of the greatest mysteries of the prehistoric world. Was it a temple, a clock, a burial site? Decide for yourself as you walk around the stones (entry at own expense) or browse in the gift shop.
After 90-minutes at Stonehenge, depart for the town of Windsor, where more than 900 years of history await. Grab some lunch (own expense) in one of the lovely restaurants in the town center, and then enjoy a guided walk of the old town and Eton College. You’ll also have some time to visit the castle if you wish (castle entrance fee at own expense). Windsor Castle is the largest continuously occupied castle in the world, and your guide will explain to you its full history.
Your coach will depart Windsor at 4pm for your journey to London, which is less than an hour’s drive. When you arrive in London, additional vehicles or taxis may be used (included in the price) to ensure that hotel drop-offs for all passengers are completed as quickly as possible.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.
The only problem was having to wait for a second bus to take us to our hotel after the tour.
It was an amazing experience. Since Windsor castle was not open to us might I suggest that if it happens again that you split the time between Salisbury and Stonehenge. We could easily have spent more time there.