Departure Location & Details
Check in: 8:00am
Location: Gray Line/Golden Tours Visitor Center, 4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9SH
Return Location & Details
Time: 8:00pm (approx)
Location: Kensington and Victoria areas, subject to traffic conditions
This full-day tour from London offers a list of the must-sees whether you're a local or just visiting. This day trip highlights the beautiful Windsor Castle, the mysterious stone circle of Stonehenge and the beautiful Georgian city of Bath with entrance into the traditional Roman Baths and Pump Room, all with a local and experienced guide. Lunch is included to ensure that you don't waste any time of finding somewhere to eat and save a little extra money, too!
Start at Windsor Castle, perched proudly above the River Thames. Home to the Royal Family for 900 years, it is still an Official Residence of the Queen. You will visit the magnificent State Apartments, still used for state occasions and Royal receptions that are packed with priceless artworks from Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. Explore the castle grounds and the 14th-Century St. George's Chapel, one of the most beautiful examples of medieval church architecture in England and a burial place of kings and queens, including Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour.
The true meaning of this ancient, awe-inspiring creation has been lost in the mists of time. Was Stonehenge a temple for sun worship, a healing center, a burial site or a huge calendar? Shrouded in mystery, the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is an amazing feat of engineering and the most important prehistoric site in England. Beyond its archaeological significance and possible astronomical role, this marvel is also a place of spiritual importance as early legends link it to Merlin and King Arthur, but over the last 100 years the midsummer sunrise has attracted pagan groups and followers of the Ancient Order of Druids.
Head west to Bath, this Georgian city is home to breathtaking architecture and the famous Roman baths. As the first city to become a UNESCO Site in England, no tour to Bath is complete without exploring the Roman baths and tasting the healing waters of the Pump Room. Built around thermal springs which have been supplying water for over 2,000 years, this sacred spring attracted visitors from across the Roman Empire.
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