Your tour begins at a centrally located meeting point in London. You’ll board a comfortable midibus and set out on a scenic drive to Stonehenge for a front-row look at the mysterious 5,000-year-old monuments, whose origins continue to confound researchers.
Most visitors end their tours there, but you’ll head next to Avebury, Europe’s largest stone circle and—along with Stonehenge—a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll have direct access to the prehistoric megaliths, which are situated right in the center of the picturesque village.
After discovering Neolithic Britain, jump forward to medieval times with a visit to Lacock, a stunning 13th-century village used as a popular backdrop for TV shows and films, including Harry Potter. But the in-depth tour doesn't end there. Your last stop is the regal town of Bath, once a favorite of aristocrats during Jane Austen’s time. Marvel at the Georgian architecture and the immaculately preserved Roman-built spas, whose thermal waters first gave Bath its name.