- Two of the West Country’s most popular attractions are yours to explore at leisure
- Unlock the spiritual mysteries of Stonehenge
- Discover Bath with its attractive Georgian architecture and Roman Baths dating back 2000 years
The tour left early and beat the crowds to see Stonehenge and had plenty of time in Bath. Guide Ben was excellent. Only recommendation would be to shorten the time in Bath by 1 hour.
Stonehenge, approximately two hours drive from central London, is one of the world’s best-known religious sites, its origins and intentions an enduring source of mystery. The standing stones of Salisbury Plain date back to prehistoric times, and remain a place of outstanding spiritual significance. A new visitor’s centre on-site houses special exhibitions and interprets the different theories behind the monument’s creation.
Arriving in Bath just in time for a spot of lunch, you’ll be free to enjoy a refresher in a quaint tea-shop, or tuck into a classic pub lunch, as the city has abundant choice. Then take some time to admire the charming Georgian terraces; see the Jane Austen Centre; take a romantic boat ride along the River Avon, or indulge yourself with a luxurious spa package at the Roman Baths, before boarding the coach back to the capital.