1-Day Salisbury, Stonehenge & Bath Select Tour from London

  • Tour code: 533-731
  • Available: Mon, Thu, Sat (May - Sep)
  • Depart from: London, United Kingdom
From USD$75.71

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Select Sightseeing - A Full Day escorted Tour to magnificent Salisbury Cathedral and the ancient and mysterious Stonehenge, with a walking tour of Georgian Bath.

Pricing Details

Adult:$75.71
Child:$62.88
Senior:$69.30
Student:$69.30
  • All tour schedules are arranged in advance. NO REFUNDS will be given to any customer failing to appear on the departure day.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Stonehenge-Bath(58 km)
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Day 1 Stonehenge-Bath(58 km)

Guests can be picked up at their hotels in the morning. Our first stop of the day will be the famous Stonehenge, an anthropological mystery that has fascinated people for decades. From there, we will head to Salisbury, England, home of landmarks such as the Salisbury Cathedral, which houses the Magna Carta.

After lunch, we will travel to Bath, England. Here we will see sights such as Bath Abbey, the romantic Pulteney Bridge, and more. In addition, guests will be able to visit the Roman Baths.

At the end of the day, we will return to the departure point for dropoff. There is no hotel dropoff. Please see "Departure and Return Details" for more information.

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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    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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