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Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath from London

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  • Visit Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath from London in just one day
  • Travel between the UNESCO World Heritage sites aboard a comfortable coach
  • Explore with a guide to delve deeper into the history
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Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath from London
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Overview

Unless you hire a car, visiting Stonehenge, Bath, and Windsor Castle in one day is next to impossible. Designed specifically for travelers with limited time in London, this tour allows you to check off a range of southern England's historical attractions in just one day by eliminating the hassle of traveling between each one independently. Travel by comfortable coach and witness your guide bring each UNESCO World Heritage Site to life with commentary. Plus, all admission tickets are included in the tour price.

What to Expect

Your tour begins in central London, where you board a coach destined for three of England’s most popular attractions. The first stop is Windsor, where you explore the lavish State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel of Windsor Castle, an official residence of Her Majesty the Queen.

Next up is Stonehenge, a 5,000-year-old stone circle whose purpose has eluded historians for centuries. Walk around the stones and enrich your knowledge of the enigma in the visitor center.

The final stop is Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed Georgian city famed for its Roman Baths, entry to which is included. Take a panoramic tour that covers Bath Abbey and the Pulteney Bridge, inspired by Ponte Vecchio in Florence.

Your tour concludes at your original departure point in central London.

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Reviewed today via mobile
Great trip

The tour was led by Nigel and Jane. Lots of commentary from Nigel who often lighten up the coach. They also provided good service and tips for the group. It was a memorable trip except that the weather dampen the mood.

Thank davidsE6997AG
Reviewed today
Great day out

James, our tour guide was awesome. My 11 year old loved him.He was very funny and very knowledgeable on all aspects of English history. He teamed very well with Laurie the driver and our trip ran very smoothly. He was very precise with times for...More

Thank Nicole W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Nicholas & Aston

Pick up stop is at 7:30am at Victoria Station, arrive early if possible. We got there 5 minutes early and there was a huge line. First stop was Windsor Castle, you get about 1 hr 30 min there. Recommend going straight to State rooms or...More

1  Thank Stephanie F
Reviewed yesterday
great trip

My husband and I booked this trip with Golden Tours and it was a great trip but a long day. Our tour guide, Andrew was knowledgeable and Chris was our bus driver and he was quite nice. The bagged lunch they provide is nothing to...More

Thank LouiseHShrewsbury_MA
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great Tour

Catia was our tour guide and Paul was our driver. Both were fantastic. Catia (unsure of the spelling) speaks many languages and gave a very informed history lesson of early London and the surrounding area along the way. All 3 sites we full of culture...More

Thank Luke M
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Response from Zairdra M | Reviewed this property |
Yes but you can only see the changing of the guards outside Windsor castle. If you wait within the castle, the gates will be closed and it will not open in time for you to get back to the bus. It happened to several people... More
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