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Explore the best of the English countryside on an amazing day trip from London. This tour takes you to the historic Windsor Castle, stunning Stonehenge and the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. You will also enjoy delicious home cooked food at the pretty Saxon village of Lacock.
This day tour includes all sightseeing and entrance fees. An expert guide will accompany throughout, bringing the age-old sites to life with insightful and interesting commentary. All transport will be by a luxurious coach.
Discover ancient archeological marvels, Jane Austen’s home, the place where Shakespeare is said to have written his play The Merry Wives of Windsor and more. Visit incredible places and learn about the history, mystery, romance, and literature of England; and make your trip a memorable one.
01 Jan - 29 Feb: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday
01 Mar - 31 Dec: Daily
13 hoursStart time
Tour departs from Victoria Coach Station - Gate 19 , 164 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, SW1W 9TP
Victoria train Station
Make your way to the meeting point to begin your tour from London.Board a comfortable coach with an expert English speaking guide to accompany.
Your first stop will be the magnificent Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames just outside of London. From William the Conqueror to the current Queen of England and successive monarchs in-between, Windsor Castle has been home to royals for centuries. Explore the grandeur of St. Georges Chapel and the splendid State Apartments, the traditional shops and historic pubs.
Continue your journey through the English countryside to the next destination of your tour, Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world. This amazing and still somewhat inexplicable site is believed to have been built between 3000 and 2000 BC. The prehistoric stone circle and its surroundings is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and has recently been restored back to its original unaltered landscape.
Next, head to the beautiful village of Lacock, an area that dates back to the 13th century, and is now owned by the National Trust. Visit the charming hamlet and its restaurants, pubs, shops and cobblestone crannies, the village is so well preserved that it feels like you are stepping back in time! These places have been featured in many popular films including Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter. Enjoy the authentic home-cooked meal of fish and chips.
Your final stop is the gorgeous Georgian town of Bath, developed mainly in the 18th century. For six years it was home to author Jane Austen and two of her famous novels – Persuasion and Northanger Abbey, are set here. Your guide will share some interesting information as you visit Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge on the river Avon. You will have time to shop, explore or take afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the string quartet.
After your beautiful day trip, you will return to London in your coach and be dropped at the starting point.
Please call the tour operator at least 72 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
On special occasions the State Apartments are closed and as an alternative, we shall visit Queens Mary's Doll's House and St George’s Chapel. On Sunday, St Georges Chapel is closed, there will be extra time to explore castle precincts.
On rare occasions, if visit to St George’s in Lacock is not available, we will use a suitable alternative. The order of visits is subject to change.
I loved everything we were able to see. Was very disappointed we arrived in bath late, so we were not able to see the Roman Baths. Everything was also closing....April Sallada, United States, 27/Oct/2017
We loved this tour though expect to RUN!! You are jamming 3 day tours into one! Our guide Dan with Premium Tours was really knowledgeable, interesting & very sassy! Thoroughly...Sharon-Lee Smithers, Australia, 10/Oct/2017
great trip could have done with a bit more time round Windsor and Stonehenge great driver and tour adviser...mrs ann fidal, United Kingdom, 01/Nov/2015