- Christmas Day tour to Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath from London
- See top attractions without their normal crowds
- Pass Windsor Castle on a leisurely walking tour of the town of Windsor
- Take photos of Stonehenge from beautiful Salisbury Plain
- Enjoy a 2-course traditional Christmas lunch of roast turkey and Christmas pudding
- Explore Bath and Lacock – the ancient village featured in movies including Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
What You Can Expect
Walk around the perimeter of much-loved Windsor Castle, and hear tales from your guide about the colorful history of England’s oldest working castle. As you stroll along the town’s cobbled streets, watch out for the house lived in by William Shakespeare – Britain’s legendary Renaissance playwright.
After passing Windsor Guildhall, head to the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park for unforgettable views over to the castle. Then cross the bridge to Eton and see the prestigious college that Princes William and Harry attended.
Hop back on your coach for a relaxing drive south to Salisbury Plain. Stonehenge itself is closed on Christmas Day, but the neighbouring Salisbury Plain is perfectly placed to see the impressive stone circle and take photos without the usual crowds. Step back in time as you learn about the myths and legends surrounding Stonehenge from your guide.
The day’s much anticipated highlight comes next as you stop for a traditional 2-course Christmas lunch in a charming nearby pub nearby. Feast on juicy roast turkey with all the trimmings and Christmas pudding with its deliciously rich and spicy aroma.
After lunch, continue to the village of Lacock, which dates back to the Saxon era, and take a walk around town to work off your lunch. The picturesque village is dotted with gorgeous half-timbered houses, and has featured in several hit movies, including Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
The final stop of your day is the spa town of Bath, known for its Georgian architecture. After a drive around to admire its renowned golden-colored buildings, take a short walking tour, passing the Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge.
Arrive back in central London in the early evening.