Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Tour from £98pp
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Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Tour Description
Don’t leave London without taking one of the best-selling London to Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Tours on offer! See England’s most beautiful Georgian city that is Bath. Your tour includes a professional tour guide escorting you, with entrance to Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel, visiting the famous World Heritage site of Stonehenge, and the famous Roman Baths and Pump Rooms.
Central London Pick Up
Central London pickup at Victoria Coach Station, which is easy to get to from wherever you are travelling from.
Luxury Coach Travel with Wifi
Travel in a first-class, air-conditioned, luxury coach with wifi onboard so you can easily stay in touch.
Experienced Tour Guide
A knowledgeable and experienced driver and tour guide will escort you, don’t be afraid to ask questions.
Entrances & Audio Guide
Your tour can include all entrance fees to all major sites and attractions, so no hidden costs!
Things you will see
- The world-famous Roman Baths as well as a panoramic tour of Bath and seeing the famous Bath Abbey
- The Unesco World Heritage Site of Stonehenge
- The beautiful state apartments at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, which is where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married.
- Changing of the Guard ceremony at Windsor
Tour Start Point – London Victoria Coach Station
Your full-day tour of Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath starts with pick up from Victoria Coach Station located in central London. You must arrive at the welcome desk by the gate at least 15 minutes before the tour starts, giving you enough time to check in with your guide, find your bus, and then prepare to board ready for your adventure. The departure time will be approx 7:45am, so we recommend being at Victoria Coach Station by 7:30am.
Stop Number One – The Historical Royal Home of Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle in Berkshire is the Official Residence of Queen Elizabeth II and has been the home of the Royal Family since 1070, when it was officially built; that’s over 900 years. The Castle is built high above the River Thames, and on entering the Castle, you will head straight to the majestic State Apartments and witness the famous art collection on show; the apartments are used today by the Queen for Royal receptions and important State occasions. You will also be allowed to explore the magnificent Castle grounds, including seeing the medieval St. Georges Chapel, which began construction in 1475 by Edward VI (please be aware that, unfortunately, viewings are restricted on Sundays due to Sunday Service). St George’s Chapel is the where the Queen and Royal Family go for worship, it is also where King Henry VIII is buried along with other royals. It is also thought of as the first and most impressive example of medieval church architecture found in England. It is also the place where many English Kings and Queens are buried, this includes the very famous Henry VIII and his third wife, Jane Seymour.
Stop Number Two – Visiting the stunning City of Bath
As part of this most popular of tours, you will visit the City of Bath, famed for its Roman-built Baths – but did you know it was also at the epicentre of the wool industry in the middle ages? While driving around Bath, you will be given a panoramic tour of Bath; you will see some of the most extraordinary and unique architecture in the UK and across Europe. You will visit the magnificent Bath Abbey, the Circus, the Royal Crescent, Assembly Rooms and of course the Pulteney Bridge. You will be shown the Roman Baths which are built around the thermal springs; these springs have been providing water for over two thousand years. Going back to Roman times, a great Temple was erected next to this sacred spring; it was believed that the water from it had healing properties and therefore, it attracted visitors from all across the Roman Empire.
Stop Number Three – The wonder that is the ancient stones of Stonehenge
One of the leading UK Attractions, the UNESCO Worrld Heritage Site of Stonehenge is shrouded in mystery, it is a fantastic feat of engineering and is defined as one of the most important prehistoric sites in England. Stonehenge is not only highly significant in terms of archaeology, it is also believed to have an astronomical role and is also a place of significant spiritual importance. It will always be clouded in mystery, and early legends link Stonehenge with Merlin and King Arthur. Still, more recently, in the last hundred years, the midsummer sunrise has brought pagan groups and followers of the Ancient Order of Druids.
Tour End Point – London Victoria Train Station
The tour will finish back outside of London Victoria Train Station; this gives you easy access to National Rail and Underground trains, enabling you to get to where you need to be in the evening. You can expect the tour to arrive back at the station at approximately 8:30 pm, but this can change depending on weather, traffic and other factors.
A selection of Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath Tour Reviews by visitors
A BIT MORE ABOUT OUR SIGHTSEEING TOUR PROVIDER
WINDSOR STONEHENGE BATH BY COACH
All of our full-day and half-day London to Stonehenge Tours involve central London pick up and drop off at the end of the tour with our leading tour provider Premium Tours. Visitors will travel in a luxury air-conditioned coach with a knowledgeable guide to assist them on their tour of the best attractions in the UK. Often it’s an early start, so you want to travel comfortably; many coaches include free wifi to keep in touch during the journeys, look up what’s to come or share your experiences online. You don’t need to worry about parking far away at Stonehenge either when travelling on one of our luxury coaches as the coach parks near the main car part and just a short walk to the visitor centre and main entrance.
Important Info: Why should I pre-book my tickets or tours?
You may be unable to reserve tickets for Stonehenge on the day! Therefore, if you want to book a place, you need to pre-book tickets the day before.
Very few tickets are made available on the day at the destination, so you wouldn’t want to travel all the way to Stonehenge and find that all the tickets have gone – which they often do.
Tickets booked in advance mean a discount price often, especially if booked as part of a larger group.
All tickets give you an allotted time to go in and see the Stones; therefore, if you do turn up on the day, you could get a ticket for Stonehenge – but it could be for a much later time slot.
Finally, all our tours are fully refundable, so as long as you cancel with at least 24 hours’ notice before your tour starts! So you can book your tour with peace of mind if your plans change and with no charges.
Popular questions about this tour
How can I book this sightseeing tour?
You can book a tour through our website which will also offer you a discount on the tour price.
What is the best time of year to visit these attractions?
The best time to visit is generally during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) when the weather is mild, and tourist crowds are relatively lower.
How long does the tour typically last?
The duration of the tour can vary, but it typically lasts for a full day, ranging from 8 to 12 hours and tour departs from Victoria Coach Station at 7:45am and returning to Central London at approx 8:30pm.
What are the highlights of the sightseeing tour?
The highlights include exploring the magnificent state apartments at Windsor Castle, witnessing the ancient wonders of Stonehenge, and no Bath tour is complete without visiting the famous Roman Baths.
Are there any restrictions or specific guidelines for visiting Stonehenge?
Yes, there are specific guidelines for visiting Stonehenge, such as no touching or climbing on the stones and following designated pathways. Photography is allowed, but the use of tripods is restricted.
Can I explore the inside of Windsor Castle during the tour?
Yes, the tour includes a visit to Windsor Castle, you can explore the inside and visit its various attractions, including the State Apartments and St. George’s Chapel.
Are there any guided tours available for Windsor, Stonehenge, and Bath?
Yes, guided tours are available for all of these attractions. These tours are led by knowledgeable guides who provide information about the history and significance of each location.
How much time is typically spent at each location during the tour?
The time spent at each location can vary, but typically you can expect to spend around 2-3 hours at Windsor Castle, 1.5-2 hours at Stonehenge, and 2-3 hours in Bath.
Are there any lunch options included in the tour, or should I bring my own food?
Some tours may include lunch options, while others may require you to bring your own food. It’s advisable to check with the tour operator regarding the specifics.
Is transportation provided for the Windsor, Stonehenge, and Bath tour?
Yes, a luxury coach is provided as part of the tour package and this can often include wifi onboard.
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