Perfect for time-pressed and first-time visitors to Bath, this introductory tour will whisk you to the city’s top attractions. Pick from multiple daily departure times, and set off with just your Blue Badge-registered guide for company. You’ll admire Bath’s various UNESCO-listed highlights, including Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge, the Roman Baths, and more. You can also further customize the itinerary based on your group’s interests.
Benefit from the insider knowledge of a local guide on a private tour of Bath, the ideal choice for travelers with limited time in the historic Georgian city. Rather than exploring as a large group, you'll receive undivided attention from a private guide who was born and raised in Bath, meaning that you'll stray from the beaten path and discover parts of the city that tourists usually miss out on. Plus, you can choose from a morning or afternoon tour to suit your schedule.
Experience Bath with a seasoned guide and learn about this city’s treasured history. Explore the key landmarks of the city such as the Roman baths, the Pulteney Bridge, Guildhall Market, the Royal Crescent, and more. Listen to engaging commentary from your guide about the history of Bath, which stretches as far back as the Roman Empire.
Go behind-the-scenes of British TV drama Doc Martin on a 90-minute walking tour of Port Isaac in Cornwall. Spot memorable filming locations like the Doc’s house, Louisa’s school and Mrs. Tishell’s pharmacy as you stroll around Port Isaac, seen on-screen as the fictional Portwenn. Along the way, hear stories and anecdotes about actors like Martin Clunes from your guide, a former Doc Martin extra.
Explore one of Britain's most famous icons - Stonehenge with your private guide and get a great introduction to Bath on a private walking tour of the city.
• Explore the famous site of Stonehenge with your private guide
• Hear about the theories and latest discoveries behind Stonehenge
• See Bath’s famous landmarks and hear the interesting stories behind them and the city
• Be shown around Bath by a guide who was born and grew up in the city
• Enjoy the benefits of a local private guide and private transportation
This tour picks-up and drops-off at locations In Bath – ideal for visitors staying in Bath or visiting Bath for the day.
The World Heritage city of Bath is a top draw for visitors from around the world, and so its main attractions, such as the Roman Baths, draw long lines daily. You can skip the line with this walking tour led by a Blue Badge-registered guide. Get a fuller understanding of Bath than possible alone and avoid the hassle of waiting in lines.
Maximise your time in Bath and enjoy an overview of the UNESCO World Heritage listed city on this 80-minute small-group tour. Enjoy a sightseeing cruise along the Avon River and admire landmarks such as Bath Abbey, Parade Gardens, and Pulteney Bridge from the water, then follow your guide on a walking tour of attractions such as the Roman Baths, the Guildhall, and Queens Square.
This beer tour is great for locals and tourists alike. It takes you to visit four very different, interesting venues to enjoy your delicious Bristol brewed beers in. There's a good fifteen minute stroll in between them, which passes many of Bristol's historic sights yet takes you off the beaten track. This tour is available in the afternoons only and is best taken during daylight.
At the starting point, you'll be given your welcome envelope from one of the lovely bar staff. This will contain tokens to exchange for your beers and a map telling you where you'll be spending them! There's also your ferry fare and a card with some interesting facts about the sights and street art that you'll see on your tour.
After enjoying your beer here, you'll venture into 3 other brilliant, independent locations in the area. There's another traditional pub with outdoor space, a brewery tap room where all of the delicious beers are brewed on the premises, and a great bar filled with curiosities.
There's a locally brewed beer or three in each venue included in the price (just hand over your token), but feel free to stay for more if you like. The great thing about this tour is that you can do it at your own pace.You'll also be given a bowl of nuts in the second pub.
Taking your time as you walk between venues is especially important on this tour because you pass right by historic gems,such as the SS Great Britain and The Matthew, as well as loads of brilliant street art pieces painted for Upfest, Europe's largest street art festival (don't forget to look behind you!) Your map will also take you to a hidden Banksy.
Typically, people spend 3-5 hours taking this tour.
If there's anyone in your group not drinking beer, there's some excellent ciders available instead to enjoy.
Well behaved dogs, kept under control are welcome on this tour too.
Get acquainted with the vibrant West Country city of Bristol on a private walking tour, and discover its sights and history in just a couple of hours. With a private guide, you’ll get a comprehensive look at the old harbor area, the Clifton neighborhood, and the markets, learning about the architecture and maritime history as you go. Stops for drinks of Bristol’s beloved cider or a proper British cuppa are worked into the tour.
Take an express tour of Bath to see the city’s highlights in less than an hour. The ideal tour for families or those who have limited free time, the experience takes in sights of the Roman Baths, Guildhall, Theatre Royal, and more, along with the lowdown on each one. You’ll hear tips for places to eat and visit on your own as you explore the city with a local guide.
This tour is unusual describing specific events that took place in April 1942. The attack of Bath is not generally publicized and many current residents are substantially uninformed. If you are interested in a specific part of Bath's past then this tour uncovers many unknown locations and facts about Bath in World War 2, The MoD & RAF, then this will fascinate you. Some photos where available will bring the devastation to life.
How & why this happened of these short 3 days, changed Bath forever.
A tour of Bath is far more rewarding in the company of a guide who can tell you all about the people and events that shaped the city. This walking tour led by a Blue Badge-registered guide will take you to such landmarks as the Roman Baths and Royal Crescent and fill you in on all the important context.
Discover the Welsh capital on a day trip from Bournemouth, and see all the main sights including the Millennium Centre and the National Assembly of Wales. The coastal port city is rich in cultural heritage and you'll hear its stories as you explore with a guide. Check out local landmarks such as Cardiff Castle and Bute Park with its landscaped parkland and a mini Stonehenge. After a tour, you'll have ample free time to explore, or shop for souvenirs in the Victorian arcades.
Tick off two UNESCO-listed treasures in one trip on this full-day tour of Bath and Stonehenge from Bournemouth. First, uncover the mysteries of ancient Stonehenge as you walk around the legendary stone circle. Then, enjoy a guided tour of Bath, stopping to peek into Bath Abbey, admire the Georgian buildings along the Royal Crescent and see the famous Roman Baths complex.
Few cities are as iconic as London and this full-day tour from Bournemouth offers an ideal introduction to the British capital. Enjoy round-trip coach transport, a 1.5-hour walking tour, and free time to explore independently, and marvel at landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, and the London Eye.
The historic spa city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage site, filled with architectural wonders and Roman monuments. With this tour, take in all the highlights on a half-day tour and benefit from the expertise of a Blue Badge registered guide. Admire the Georgian buildings along the Royal Crescent; stop at landmarks including Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, and Sally Lunn's Museum; and upgrade to include skip-the-line tickets for the Roman Baths.
Forget about public transport and instead opt for a full-day excursion to the beautiful city of Bath, complete with round-trip transportation and onboard commentary from your driver-guide. Upon arrival, benefit from a brief guided tour before enjoying the opportunity to sightsee further at your own pace, ideal for travelers looking for a more laidback, customizable experience.
Exploring the prehistoric sites around Bath is difficult in a day without resorting to a hire car. This private tour delivers: covering three sights in a single morning and afternoon. Admire England’s rolling countryside as you leave Bath for the world’s largest neolithic stone circle at Avebury, and stroll among its ancient stones. Then, continue to see the West Kennet Long Barrow tomb before visiting Stonehenge and making your return.
Visit some of Bath’s most skilled culinary artisans—and view the city's UNESCO-listed scenery as you go—on this small-group walking tour. With a maximum of 10 attendees, this food-themed tour offers a personal way to explore the city and its delicious highlights. Meet your guide in central Bath, and head out on a walking tour of numerous different eateries. Be sure to come hungry: you’ll enjoy upwards of eight different nibbles, alongside non-alcoholic beverages. There will also be plenty of time to shop and pick up culinary gifts as you go.
Located 14 miles from Bristol is the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath. Your private guide will collect you from Bristol and take you to Bath for a 3 hour private walking tour of the city. You will see Bath's famous landmarks and learn about the city's past and present with a local guide who was born and grew up in the city.
Tick off two classic British experiences in just one day with a combined city tour and hawking package in Bath. Explore the historical city with your personal guide for intimate insight into landmarks including Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge, then transfer to a rural falconry center to learn more about the traditional practice and get hands-on experience flying a hawk. Private round-trip transfer from your hotel ensures a hassle-free day.
Save time compared to the coach and money compared to the train on this cost-effective day trip to Oxford, the “City of Dreaming Spires”. Travel directly to the heart of Oxford, then soak up the history on a walking tour of the city’s signature attractions. Enjoy time to explore museums, historic colleges, and parks before returning to Bournemouth.
Private transportation takes you from Bournemouth to post Windsor and Winchester on a full-day trip. Follow your guide as they lead you through hundreds of years of English history. The tour strikes the perfect balance between guided and independent. Your guide will always be on hand to answer your questions, but you also get the freedom to visit the Castle and city center at your own pace.