Enjoy a fantastic Stonehenge, Bath and The Cotswolds Day Trip from London: three of the best attractions in England.
• Guided tour of Stonehenge
• Walking tour of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
• Small groups of 25 people or fewer
• Travel by private air-conditioned coach
• Audio headsets where appropriate
London – Bath – The Cotswolds – Stonehenge – London
We have custom-tailored an experience for those seeking to fulfill a lifelong ambition: to see the ancient wonder of Stonehenge and visit the home of Jane Austen. The typical whirlwind tour squeezes way too much into a very tight schedule. Our tour, on the other hand, is designed to give the discerning visitor just the right amount of time at Stonehenge, Bath and the Cotswolds.
Spend a delightful day in the English countryside exploring the Georgian town of Bath, the beautiful Cotswold villages, and the neolithic site of Stonehenge.
Our first stop is the city of Bath. Founded by the Romans on the site of a thermal spring, it became a fashionable spa retreat during the Georgian era, hence the preponderance of stately Georgian architecture. For six years it was home to Jane Austen. Two of her novels – Persuasion and Northanger Abbey – are set in Bath. Your guide will lead you on a walking tour, pointing out the major highlights and most beautiful parts of the city. Afterwards you will be given free time to explore the city on your own. Visit the Roman baths built in in 70 A.D.; watch as the steam rises from the thermal springs. Or visit the Jane Austen Centre, where you can learn more about her life and work. Then it’s time to board the motorcoach and head out into the lush English countryside.
Next we take a short, relaxing ride on a private coach as you enjoy the panoramic scenery sweeping by until we arrive in Lacock. Here you’ll have free time for lunch in this quaint, quintessentially English village in the Cotswolds, strolling past the honey-colored stone homes and make your way through the streets where time has stood still. You can choose to dine on an authentic English lunch in a historic pub in this 13th century village owned by the National Trust. Lined with cobblestone and dotted with historical detail, this area has been the location of films such as Pride and Prejudice as well as Harry Potter.
Continue your journey through the English countryside to your final destination: Stonehenge, one of the ancient wonders of the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is believed to have been built between 3,000 and 2,000 B.C. A small train takes visitors to a place overlooking the monoliths. Your guide will explain to you the research and theories behind this neolithic feat of engineering.
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