- 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
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.