Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Independent Stonehenge and Bath Afternoon Tour from London submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
One of the best tours of our stay.Reviewed by: Vikki, January 2014
Picked up right on time. Nice run to Stonehenge with interesting informative guide. To be honest it was such a lovely day we could have spent more time by the stones, and enjoying the exhibition. On to Bath through beautiful country side. We went into the Roman Baths, which were amazing. Lunch, then a look around town, and then the bus back into London. it's a long way, but a great way to get two bucket list ticks.Reviewed by: deborah e, March 2014
I enjoyed my tour, both Stonehenge and Bath were very interesting. Unfortunately, the day I went to the weather was horrible. It was very windy, cold, raining and hailing. I stood and looked at Stonehenge for only about 3 minutes just because of the weather. It was so cold and wet. Because of the weather I didn't have the best time, but that of course is not Viator's fault. My only complaint with the tour company is the bus driver. I believe her name was Nina or Lina. She was nice however her driving was horrible. She was driving fast, and constantly changing lanes, like every couple of minutes. The weather was really windy during the drive and every time she changed lanes the whole bus sort of swayed back and forth. I was really nervous every time I was in the bus.Reviewed by: Carrie F, February 2014
The trip to Stonehenge could have been longer...we only had about an hour to do the tour properly with the audio guide and had to skip parts to allow for transport back and forth from the site. The Bath portion of the tour was lovely.Reviewed by: bavarianbelle, January 2014
Totally disappointed. This trip was advertised as an afternoon in Bath - that didn't happen. At most we had enough time to see the Roman Bath and eat lunch. The description said spend an afternoon discovering the city, but in two hours you cannot do that. There wasn't enough time to visit the museums or visit the architectural sights. When I asked the tour guide about the limited amount of time, he replied why would you want to spend more time here. Stopping long enough to see the bath and visit the tourists shops was not worth it - I wanted to see the city. There was also an infant that cried and threw up for almost the entire trip - why is an infant going on a trip like this? Find another tour line!Reviewed by: Laura A. M, March 2014