Escape London for the day and visit two top UK attractions – Stonehenge and Bath! Full of history and picturesque scenery, this day tour will take you to the city of Bath to explore the Roman Baths and the gorgeous architecture before experiencing the mystery of wonderful Stonehenge.
Say goodbye to London and hello to lovely Bath! The city of Bath is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and once you visit you’ll certainly see why! The city boasts the famous Roman Baths that inspired its name and some beautiful Georgian architecture. Highlights of the city include the 15th century Bath Abbey and romantic Pulteney Bridge. Sitting on the slopes of the idyllic River Avon, Bath draws so many visitors each year and those who take the time to explore the city are certainly not disappointed.
You will enjoy a trip to the Roman Baths during your time in the city. Pass through the grand entrance to begin your visit – it’s a jaw-dropping start to the experience! The Baths date back to 40AD and still flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring. Take a step back in time as you wander through the baths and imagine the Romans flocking to the pools for relaxation and healing.
Walking Tour of Bath
Once you have finished touring the Roman Baths, you will explore the city during a guided walking tour. See the Pulteney Bridge, walk through the pretty streets and past all the Bath highlights with your expert guide.
You have the option of enjoying a traditional two-course lunch near Bath Abbey.
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After lunch, you’ll leave Bath and travel to Stonehenge. The group of towering stones on Salisbury Plain have mystified experts for hundreds of years! Dating back around 5,000 years, Stonehenge’s origins are still a mystery. You will be able to walk around the stones and enjoy perfect photo opportunities from 360 degrees! Make up your own mind about Stonehenge during this visit and discover the fascinating theories behind these sturdy rocks from your guide.
Estimated time of arrival back in London is 7.30pm.