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Great tour. Loved the day especially the Cotswolds. The tour around Bath was wonderful. We opted not to go on the Bath tour since we had been there before so the tur guide took us on a walking tour and explained all the beautiful architecture.
My husband and I can't stop talking about the trip!!! Our guide Robert was soooo knowledgeable and fun to be around.
Great tour! Alexandria was extremely knowledgeable and very friendly. Beautiful sights and felt there was enough time to explore. Especially loved Bath.
We first went to Bath. Our guide, Tom, told us a little about the history of the town and then offered to take anyone interested in architecture while anyone who wanted could go see the Roman Baths must pay entry fee. We went to the Baths. This was fantastic though we wished we could have done both! We also stopped into the Bath Cathedral.
Then we went to Laycock. Again, Tom took us around the town giving us a wonderful explanation of the history of the town. What made Tom a great guide was that instead of reeling off historical facts, he told stories. His sense of humor was very entertaining and fun! We ate at a pub - good food! The town itself is amazing. So ancient yet still an active town. You have to learn about the honesty boxes and the outdoor boot niches.
Last we went to Stonehenge. Two of us walked up and one took the tram. I was one of the walkers. I wish I had taken the tram instead. True, I got to see Stonehenge kind of rise out of the ground as I approached but it took a while 30-40 min which meant I didnt have the time I wanted up at the Stones. I ran out of time to listen to all of the audio program but, the main reason I wished I had taken the tram was that Tom served as the guide up there and my sister said he did a fantastic job of relating the history of the site and the theories about its purpose. Next time, right?
Overall, we had enough time at each site. Tom provided wonderful commentary on the road but not so much that we got tired of listening. In fact, my sister wants him to come to her house just so she could listen to him talk :-
The coach was very comfortable and our driver got us around nicely.
We loved this trip from the beginning to the end. Robert, our guide, did a great job providing all the backgound for each part of the trip. Each of the 3 stops were unique in their own right and created a diversity of experiences that made the day go quickly. You also had adequate time for each. We loved and were mesmerized by Stonehenge in particular and for Harry Potter fans, Lacock is a fun stop that also allows you to see a town that looked as it did in medieval times. Great day.
Great day trip. Robert is a very good storyteller. Highly recommended.
This was a long day - but for someone who was only in England for less than a week it was the perfect way to see a few key sites in a day.
David was a great tour guide.
This tour was amazing. our tour guide, Alex female was fantastic. She really knew so much about all three places. In Cotswold she pointed out a few restaurants, so we all could make our own choice, without having 32 people all trying to order at the same time. In Bath, she gave us a choice of either walking around Bath to see the architecture, or going in to see the Roman Baths.
It was a great trip. our guide David is very knowledgeable.
some previous review mentioned they wanted more time at Stonehenge. My feeling was different.
I would hope to have more time at Bath. Stonehenge, unless you can arrive at a special time e.g., at sunset or sunrise, does not really have too much to see. After David lead the team finished a round and explain everything, I feel it's done.
So great. At times I did get a little nervous that I'd lose the group, but still a great experience. When visiting England, you need to explore outside of London...
Very full day of amazing sights. Our tour guide Robert was excellent as was our driver Mike.
Very good tour. Guide was extremely knowledgeable. Transportation was comfortable. Plenty of time at each stop
We had a wonderful day trip with Alex as our tour guide. It is a fast day. You have about two hours in each spot, so really not enough time to really experience everything, but it's a good snapshot. The English countryside is just as you'd imagine and I definitely know it's somewhere I'd like to come back to and spend several days. Alex had lots of energy and knowledge and enhanced our day. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Excellent day... guide was wonderful. Very interesting places. Would highly recommend.
a thoroughly enjoyable trip. Our tour guide was excellent
Edward and Janet
Our tour guides were fantastic! They made a great team and are extremely knowledgeable. Bath is beautiful and the tour in Cotswold was lovely. Stonehenge was amazing...Thank you for making my life long dream of seeing these rocks come true.
The guides on this trip were phenomenal. They were very knowledgeable, friendly, and fun. I would highly recommend this tour!
A great way to see some of the countryside of southern England! Our guides, Alex and David, were very knowledgable and entertaining. And they accommodated an unexpected bathroom stop for one of our children, which was much appreciated. The drive through the Cotswalds was lovely. We felt like we had enough time at each stop to enjoy, although it was a very full day.
This tour was excellent. Rob was a very knowledgeable and friendly tour guide. The sites were excellent and there was enough time at each site to look around without getting bored. I would highly recommend this to anyone travelling to London.
The guides were great and had so much information to share! The only down side was that we hardly had enough time to go though the baths at Bath.
We were to meet at 7:30 am at Gloucester Stations and everything was in order to board the bus-no confirmation letter was needed. Go on the left side of the bus as most 'things to see' along the way were on the left! We had approx. two hours in bath and not nearly enough. If you can limit time in Riman Baths to one hour, you can get out to see some of the downtown sites. Off to Lacock and a beautiful drive through the Cotswolds. Plenty of time to get a meal we ate at the George Inn, and take a look at the village. If you went to the Abbey, you may not have had time for a meal- or cut time short in the Abbey. From there to Stonehenge. We enjoyed having the radio system to hear Alexandria tell us what we were looking at as we walked around the site. Dress for windy weather at Stonehenge-rain or shine! Relaxing drive back to London.
Sarah N United States of ...
Such a WONDERFUL experience! Even the bus ride through the English countryside was enjoyable. Bath is stunning, and I wish we could have spent more time there. Easily could have spent a day wandering around the quaint streets and taking in the gorgeous town. The Roman baths were astounding however, with this tour the tickets are not pre-purchased. You're free to do as you wish on the time you're given. If you want to visit the baths, make sure to purchase the tickets beforehand so you don't spend precious time waiting in line. The Cotswolds the village we went to was Lacock was as charming as any photos I've seen. The ancient church and the abbey are must-sees. There are numerous places around to eat or to have a cider or beer. Stonehenge is overwhelmingly cool! I had read some reviews saying it wasn't as glorious as pictures made it out to be, but I disagree. It's phenomenal to see this ancient site in person. Our guides, Alexandria and Robert, kept us entertained as well as informed!. A fantastic tour. Highly recommend it!
It was wonderful. Umar and Guy worked really well together and complemented each other to give a fun, interesting, and knowledgeable tour. Guy had a blue ribbon (smart historian) and took the time to give great suggestions for the rest of our time in London. A must when in London! 10/10
This is a long day 12 hours but well worth it. We began at 7:30 a.m. took the tube - easy peasy, our guide met us and off we went on our comfy coach. Drove to Bath first. We paid to see the Roman Baths very interesting and then just walked around town. Next on to the Cotswolds to a quaint little town called Lacock. Just four streets, but right out of 17th-18th century. Part of Harry Potter movie was filmed there. We were free to choose where we wanted to have lunch. Public restrooms available. You will get some great pictures of an old-fashioned village. Then on to Stonehenge, which, of course, was amazing! Our guide, Alex Alexandria, was super and so energetic and full of information. There is quite a bit of time on the bus getting from London out there and between stops, but you get to experience all three sites in one day, so I think it was well worth it.
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