1-Day Stonehenge and Bath Tour from London

  • Tour code: 133-959
  • Available: Mon, Wed, Fri (Nov-Mar); Daily (Apr-Oct)
  • Depart from: London, United Kingdom
  • Duration: 10 Hours
From USD$101.53

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Visit Bath for leisurely day learning about English history.

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  • Day 1
    London-Salisbury-Bath-London (332 km)
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Day 1 London-Salisbury-Bath-London(332 km)

Guests will be picked up in the morning from their hotels in London. Driving out of the city, we will journey to the ancient mystical site of Stonehenge, an anthropological mystery that has fascinated people for thousands of years. Afterwards, we will continue to Bath to see the Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, and the Roman Baths. At the end of the day, we will return to London to end this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

This cathedral city in Wiltshere, England is best known for its large, historic cathedral, which is most famous for housing the Magna Carta, a critical document in English history.

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    This world-famous prehistoric monument dates to between 3000 and 2000 BC. It is a UNESCO National Historic Site and one of the most recognizable icons of Britain in the world. It is thought to have been a burial site.

Bath is the largest city in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England, known for its Roman-built baths.

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    This Anglican Church was once a Benedictine Abbey prior to Henry VIII's decision to leave the Catholic Church and found the Church of England in the 16th century.
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    The Pulteney Bridge across the Avon River is one of only four bridges in the world that is lined by shops on both sides across its entire span. The bridge is only of architectural interest on the South side.
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    The Roman Baths is an exceptionally well-preserved bathhouse built around a natural hotspring in antiquity. The first bathhouse there was built in about 890 BC (before Roman rule), though the current building dates to about 65 AD.
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