Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath Day Trip from London
Reviewed by: Samara Z, February 2016
great day! VERY BUSY FULL DAY! was fantastic....amazing guide.
Reviewed by: Gui Leng C, January 2016
It's too rush to cover three places in a day, yet trip is well organized and managed.
Reviewed by: KimNg, Singapore, January 2016
The tour is fun, and the tour guide is knowledgeable and friendly.
Reviewed by: Eddy H, January 2016
It was a great 1-day tour covering three key spots of interests - namely Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and The Roman Bath. People interested in this tour should bear in mind that this would not give you sufficient time to really explore the city of Bath.
Our tour leader - Charlotte was wonderful. She provided a lot of side information, e.g. historical, on these spots as well as those locations which the bus passed by along the way.
You would want to take note that the group will gather at Victoria Coach Station, so if you are the first timer in London, or if you are staying at hotels other than West London, you need to budget sufficient time to commute from Victoria Station to the Victoria Coach Station, which is about 10 to 15 mins walk.
Reviewed by: Jonathan M, January 2016
This was a great way to see 3 Iconic sites in England in one day. It would of been nice to spend more time at each of the places, but that would require a full day to explore Windsor, and a full weekend to explore Bath. This trip is a good way to see Iconic sites in a quick way to take a picture and say you've been there, if you are looking for a trip that really gives you a chance to explore each place in more detail this would not be the trip for you.
Reviewed by: Kathy M, January 2016
What a wonderful way to spend a day outside of London! Windsor and Windsor Castle were fantastic - Bath is lovely and Stonehenge is amazing. The bus was big and comfortable and the Guides were terrific. Well worth the time even just to see the English countryside.
Reviewed by: Joan M, January 2016
Wonderful trip, would do it again.
Everything was first class