Enjoyed the Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath Tour in March. Lots of time to see the cathedral and Stonehenge, and the Roman baths. Would loved to have a...
Enjoyed the Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath Tour in March. Lots of time to see the cathedral and Stonehenge, and the Roman baths. Would loved to have a little more time to tour the town of Bath. Graham, our tour guide, was entertaining, informative and considerate.
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Pete was very interesting and I loved it when he recited Dickens to us! The Christmas song was good too! I will recommend him to anyone coming to Lond...
Pete was very interesting and I loved it when he recited Dickens to us! The Christmas song was good too! I will recommend him to anyone coming to London. He made our Christmas holiday special and we felt very welcomed in your country.
There is so much to see in Bath it should be a trip all by itself. There just wasn't enough time to enjoy it all.
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Ruth, our guide, and Lucian (driver) were excellent and highly recommended. Ruth is quite knowledgeable and presented her material well.
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1 April 2014 to 30 September 2018: Daily
1 October 2014 to 31 March 2015: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Departure point: 4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W
Return point: Kensington and Victoria areas - subject to traffic conditions
A city full of exciting history, London has so much to offer visitors. This tour will take you to the best historical attractions London has to offer, from St Paul’s Cathedral to the fearsome Tower of London. The tour ends with a relaxing River Thames boat ride.
The complete London sightseeing package! This jam-packed tour includes a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London plus a River Thames boat ride and exciting flight up the modern London Eye. Featuring the best London attractions, there’s never a dull moment with this tour
Take a coach tour from London with a difference. Why visit Bath, Stonehenge and Salisbury? Because, although all three sites possess their own distinctive histories, their own unique architectural styles and atmospheres, they have one thing in common: they are all sure to leave you enamoured.
First you will travel from London to Stonehenge, a landmark which has led to endless contention and discussion: how was it built? For what purpose was it intended? Many agree that it is the mysteries of Stonehenge that contribute to its being such a captivating structure. Following your Stonehenge bus tour, take a Salisbury tour, and delve into the historical past of this city, renowned for its copy of the Magna Carta, kept in Chapter House. Salisbury Cathedral also merits exploring: its spire is sure to astound.
Finally, Roman Bath will undeniably entrance you. Take a Salisbury, Bath, Stonehenge tour from London and uncover the very singular charms of these places.