Book a fantastic full day-trip from London and discover Windsor Castle, Elizabeth II’s favorite Royal Palace, then travel to Salisbury Plain and visit the legendary Stonehenge and finish your day at Bath, a World Heritage Site since 1987.
Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip Itinerary
Leave central London at 8:30am on a luxury coach and head to the remarkable Windsor Castle, which is less than 1 hour away.
Founded in a privileged location, Windsor Castle has a world-famous round tower that stands 65.5 meters tall and is surrounded by an enormous garden. While you visit theRoyal Palace, you’ll realize why it is the Queen’s favorite. During the tour, you'll visit the fortification's various rooms, all beautifully decorated with masterpiece paintings and you'll stop at St George’s Chapel. One of the highlights of Windsor Castle is Queen Mary’s doll house, built by over 1,500 craftsmen. The toy house was so sophisticated that it even had hot water and electricity.
Continue your journey to Salisbury Plains, where Stonehenge, one of the world’s most famous megalithic monuments, has stood for around 5,000 years. The magical monument is made up by 40-ton prehistoric stones. To this day, it is still a mystery how the stones got there and what the site was used for.
The coach will then continue to the fabulous city of Bath, on the banks of the River Avon. To make the most of your day-trip, the tour includes a packed lunch that you can eat on your way to Bath. We will arrive in Bath at around 1pm.
Upon arrival in this beautiful city, you’ll do a sightseeing tour of Bath, the first town in the United Kingdom to be inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Some of the highlights of the tour include the fifteenth-century Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge, frequently compared to Florence's Ponte Vecchio.
The last stop in Bath will be the superb Roman Baths. These thermal springs have given the city its name. Bath was founded on the only natural hot springs in the United Kingdom. During the visit, you’ll be able to sip Bath’s curative waters. Moreover, in winter, you can enjoy discovering the Roman Baths by torchlight (not available in the months of summer).
You’ll be back in central London at approximately 7:45pm and you can either get off at Kensington or Victoria Station.
- Windsor Castle is a working royal residence and planned closures may be subject to change.
- St George's Chapel is a place of worship, which means it is closed to visitors on Sundays.
- The guide will not enter the monuments.
English-speaking guided tour
Seniors over 60 years oldUS$ 137.30
Children under 16 years oldUS$ 130.90
Children under 2 years oldFree
* The price increases on the 31 March
10 hours 30 minutes.
The tour includes an English speaking guide, but the tour can sometimes be carried out in two languages.
Official English speaking guide.
Return transportation by coach.
Entry to Windsor Castle.
Entry to Stonehenge.
Entry to the Roman Baths and the Pump Rooms.
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4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road. Near Victoria Station.