On this tour we'll visit one of England's most famous cathedrals, the world's best known megalithic monument, the beautiful city of Bath and the oldest inhabited castle in the world.
Stonehenge, Salisbury, Bath and Windsor Day Trip
We'll meet in the centre of London at 7:45 with our first stop Windsor Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in the world. Here, you'll have free time to pass through its different halls, discovering why it's the favourite of the Queen's residences. You can admire works of art from such famous names as Rembrandt and Rubens, and you'll have the chance to visit the famous St. George's chapel where historical figures such as Henry VIII are laid to rest.
Leaving London we head west in the direction of Salisbury, on whose plains can be found Stonehenge, the world's most famous megalithic monument, built with stones weighing over 40 tonnes over 5,000 years ago. It's surrounded in mystery, and it's still unknown whether it was a religious temple, a cemetery, or something astronomically related.
At midday, we'll break out the picnic so we can eat on the way and make the most of our time at each stop.
Our next stop will be the city of Salisbury, famous for its cathedral, built 800 years ago and an incredible 123 metres high. In the cathedral, you can find the world's oldest working clock and the best-conserved copy of the Magna Carta in the spectacular "chapter house", one of the foundational documents of the English parliament (which remains the world's oldest functioning parliament) and modern law.
Our final stop will be Bath, the first English city to be declared a UNESCO world heritage site. We'll tour the city, visiting its 15th century abbey and its wonderful Georgian architecture as well as the Pulteney Bridge, which has drawn innumerable comparisons with Florence's Ponte Vecchio.
Having enjoyed nearly two hours of free time to explore Bath we'll begin the return journey to the centre of London, where we'll arrive around 8 pm.
As Windsor Castle is a functioning Royal Palace it may on occasions be closed.
Seniors over 60US$ 116.80
Children 3 - 16US$ 110.60
Children under 3Free
* The price increases on the 31 March
The tour is exclusively in English.
Official English speaking guide.
Ticket to Stonehenge.
Ticket to the Salisbury Cathedral and its famous Magna Carta.
Entry to Windsor Castle.
Entry to the Roman baths in Bath
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No (not suitable for people with reduced mobility).
4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road. Next to Victoria Station