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- Full-day tour from London to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath
- Explore beautiful St George's Chapel and the State Apartments at Windsor Castle
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge with a guide
- Sit down to enjoy lunch at The George Inn, a traditional English pub in the village of Lacock
- Enjoy a coach tour of the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, home of the famous author Jane Austen
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You get to see all the classic sites outside London on this full-day journey. Extra perk: the homespun lunch at an old pub in the English village of Lacock.
Recent Photos of This Tour
- StonehengePhoto by: Elaine P
- Windsor, Stonehenge and Roman ...Photo by: Christy V. S
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- DSC_0428Photo by: Martha M
- Changeing of the Guard at ...Photo by: Tracy H
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- StonehengePhoto by: Tracy H
- StonehengePhoto by: Tracy H
- stonehenge.Photo by: Dexter Ko C
- Roman Bath exhibitPhoto by: Elena K
- Inside Roman Baths - view on ...Photo by: Elena K
- cute house at LacockPhoto by: Elena K
- Our meal at Lacock pubPhoto by: Elena K
- Village of LacockPhoto by: Elena K
- StonehengePhoto by: Elena K
- Rainy WindsorPhoto by: Elena K
- StonehengePhoto by: Holly R
- Stone hengePhoto by: GEHAN B
- Bath cityPhoto by: GEHAN B
- Stonehenge tourPhoto by: SUKRU C
- Traditional Pub LunchPhoto by: Camz
What You Can Expect
Along the way, hear tales about this medieval royal residence, the world’s oldest occupied castle, still used by Queen Elizabeth II as a weekend residence and for state ceremonies.
On arrival, be one of the first visitors to enter, and beat the crowds on a guided tour of the opulent State Apartments and St George’s Chapel. Soak up the sense of pageantry and 1,000-year history and then continue by coach to Stonehenge.
Admire England’s countryside as you travel to Salisbury Plain, the home of this UNESCO-listed stone circle, whose origins stretch back 4,500 years. Marvel at the prehistoric edifice, now generally thought to have been a temple aligned to the movements of the sun. Gaze at the stones, ponder how they were transported here and explore the cutting-edge visitor center to see the archaeological and virtual displays.
Next, continue to the picture-postcard village of Lacock, one of England’s prettiest spots. The 13th-century village has starred in period TV drama adaptations such as Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, as well as movies such as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Head inside The George Inn, a welcoming, 14th-century pub, and savor a delicious, traditional English lunch. On rare occasions, when the inn is shut, you will visit a similar, nearby pub for your meal.
Duly refreshed, venture onward to the handsome Georgian city of Bath, once home to Jane Austen, the beloved,18th-century novelist. Enjoy a panoramic coach tour of the honey-stoned architecture, admiring top Bath attractions such as the sublime Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge on route.
Then, take a short guided stroll past the famous Roman Baths and impressive Bath Abbey. Delve into the cobblestone streets, browse for souvenirs and take snapshots of the lovely 18th-century buildings.
Your tour then concludes with drop-off in central London.
Please note: On busy days, this tour may run in reverse order and start with the visit to Bath.
We had a fabulous guide and a great adventure. Met many great people from around the world.
Would re commend this tour to anyone.
We had a great day travelling many miles to see some wonderful sites. The lunch was a little less than fantastic, but the rest of the day was awesome. Our tour guide was very knowledgable and made the day fantastic. She went out of her way to ensure we saw as much as we could with the time we had available.
A wonderful way to spend a day seeing England. Tour guide and driver were a very good combination.
We had a Blue Badge tour guide who was the best we have ever had...I believe her name was Leasie. However, I believe this tour should have one less destination. We were too rushed to be able to even see half of each stop. Missed over half of the Roman baths. It was a verrryyy long day. We were the first in line at Windsor and the last group to be admitted to Stonehenge.
Beautiful places. Loved this tour. Our guide Nick was awesome
This was a great tour of a few historical sites. The tour guide was prompt we had to leave a few people behind because they took too long to get back to the bus which was a good thing because this way he made sure that we got to Stonehenge on time before they closed which would have proven disastrous for the rest of the group! My favorite part of this tour other than the obvious sites was the short tour in Lacock. Our tour guide pointed out the house where Professor Slughorn lived and I was able to take a picture in front of Lily and James Potters house! As a huge Harry Potter fan I was very glad to be able to see these filming locations! This tour is a good way to see a lot of historical sites in a short amount of time.
The tour guide was very informative and made the travel on the bus between the different locations very interesting. A tour like this is the only way to fit 3 or 4 different locations, separated by many miles, into one day. It gives you a good overview of the sites and the included lunch in Lacock was nice. We always feel that we would like to spend more time at each place, but tours keep you on a tight schedule. It was worthwhile.
Mary L United States of ...
This trip was fantastic! The Windor Castle was so grand and it was a treat to see where the Queen resides. We were able to see the countryside, and it was everything we imagined it to be. It was a pleasant day to get out of London and to see everything else in UK. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed it, and we would recommend it to all our family and friends.
Lucy was great and very good tour as well.
This was an awesome tour. Couldn't ask for more. Tour guide and bus driver were wonderful!
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