Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Oxford Custom Day Trip submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Super friendly guide. Rita was fun and energetic (and a great "human alarm" waking us up after long bus rides). She also gave us interesting facts and clear instructions (in English and Spanish).
We visited Hampton Court Palace instead of Windsor Castle due to an official event happening there (a notice was placed on the booking page and thus knew there will be a program change).
The downside was that there wasn't enough time to really enjoy each individual place. We had on average 1.5 h per location. It's understandable since distances are long between different sites, and one day is not enough to cover all these important locations.
Also, the guide will get you your entrance tickets and audio guides but does not accompany you inside Hampton Court Palace or Stonehenge.
A great tour to see these sites in one day. Tour guide was knowledgeable and the bus driver was excellent.Reviewed by: David K, USA, April 2014
Great tour for those with only a short amount of time to see some places outside of London. Loved all three places. Note that it does cost an extra 25 pounds for admission to Windsor Castle and Stonehenge, though I think it was definitely worth paying.Reviewed by: Rachel K, April 2014
The tour was extremely well planned and managed, which made for a very enjoyable and packed day. The highlight of the day was our tour guide - Russell. He was absolutely fabulous! He was incredibly knowledgable about all the sites, and was entertaining along the rides. We would not hesitate to take another tour with you, as well as to recommend this to our friends.Reviewed by: Joan A, March 2014
The tour itself was fine, and it was a good opportunity to see all of these sites in one day, but the guide was not good. Her English was not great, but worse than this was her poor knowledge of the places visited, which was certainly less than the bus driver, who contributed the most interesting facts of the day. Also, a one hour wait to enter Windsor Castle meant that the tour was very delayed getting back to London.Reviewed by: Erin C, New Zealand, April 2014