Two of our most popular destinations for tours combined! Spend half a day in the wonderful Roman city of Bath then its the afternoon at the wonder that is Stonehenge! With travel from central London on a luxury coach and escorted by professional and experienced tour guide included as well as entrance fees its a wonderful way to spend a day.
You full day tour starts with pick up from Gates 1 and 2 at Victoria Coach Station located in central London. You need to arrive at the welcome desk by the gate 30 minutes before the tour starts, giving you enough time to check in with your guide and find your bus and then prepare to board ready for your adventure.
As part of this most popular of tours, you will visit the stunning Georgian City of Bath, you will be taken on a panoramic tour of Bath and see some of the finest architectural sights in Europe. The tour includes visiting 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.
One of the leading UK Attractions, Stonehenge is shrouded in mystery, it is an amazing feat of engineering and is defined as one of the most important pre-historic site in England. Stonehenge is not only highly significant in terms of archaeology, it is also believed to have a 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, but more recently in the last hundred years the midsummer sunrise has brought with it pagan groups and followers of the Ancient Order of Druids.
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 for the tour to arrive back to the station approximately 7:30pm but this can change depending on weather, traffic and other factors.