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Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge on Christmas Eve

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Highlights

  • Entry to Windsor Castle and State Apartments
  • Entry to World Famous Roman Baths
  • Drive past Stonehenge
  • Optional Cavery Lunch
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Complimentary Hotel Pick Up From Over 80 Central London Hotels

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Traveller Details
Adult   $126.35126.35
Child  (3 - 16 Years) $113.05113.05
Senior/Student  (60 yrs and above) $119.70119.70
Family  (2 Adults + 2 Child under 16) $465.50465.50
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Description

Windsor Castle
Spend Christmas Eve away from the bright lights of London with a guided tour to Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge. First stop is one of Queen Elizabeth II’s lavish residences, the magnificent Windsor Castle. The Castle’s State Apartments are home to a number of priceless paintings – look out for artwork by celebrated painter Rembrandt!

Drive past Stonehenge
The tour will drive past Stonehenge and you will be able to see the world-famous monument on Salisbury Plain.

Optional Lunch
Take some time to relax with a traditional Carvery lunch. Click here to view menu

Bath

Continue your enchanting Christmas Eve experience with a visit to the Roman city of Bath. See Britain’s only natural hot spring during your visit to the Roman Baths – at 2,000 years old, the temple surrounding the steaming water is a history-lover’s dream. Take in the festive lights of the city during a panoramic tour and see Bath’s beautiful landmarks as your Christmas Eve tour comes to a close.

This tour will arrive back in London at approximately 7pm.

Additional Information

Inclusions:
  • Entry to Windsor Castle and State Apartments
  • Entry to world famous Roman Baths
  • Drive past Stonehenge
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Complimentary Hotel pick up from over 80 Central London Hotels
Exclusions:
  • Gratuities
  • Food & Beverages
Please Note: Stonehenge is closed on Christmas Eve
 

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