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Bath and Stonehenge Tour from London

Highlights
  • Visit two of the U.K.'s most famous sites in one day
  • Entrance to the Romans Baths included (if option selected)
  • Learn about the mysterious Stonehenge from your guide
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Bath and Stonehenge Tour from London
From US$106.42
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Visit Stonehenge and Bath including Entry to Roman Baths and to the Pump Rooms with lunch pack included.
US$119.72
Stonehenge and Bath City
Visit Stonehenge and spend all afternoon in Bath. Lunch pack included.
US$106.42
Overview
Visit two unmissable U.K. attractions in just one day—and get a broad lesson in English history, from the Neolithic to the Roman, and Georgian eras—on this full-day guided tour from London. Head west to the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to its elegant Georgian architecture, and pay a visit to the historic Roman Baths and Pump Room. Enjoy a provided lunch then head for the Neolithic stone circle of Stonehenge to unravel some of its mysteries.
What to Expect
At the designated early morning pickup time, make your way to the central London meeting point to board your air-conditioned vehicle. 

Head west to Bath, where the entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Marvel at the elegant Georgian architecture and landmarks such as Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and Royal Crescent. If selected, tour tour includes a visit the ancient Roman Baths, a preserved site where the Romans once bathed, and the adjacent neo-classical Pump Room salon.

After enjoying your provided packed lunch, travel onward to Salisbury Plain to view the stone circle of Stonehenge. Take a stroll around the prehistoric monument while your guide unravels the facts and myths about the mysterious site.

Your tour concludes with a drop-off back in central London.
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Reviewed yesterday
Wonderful tour

We took three tours from Golden tours and we are very glad we did so.Our first tour was to Windsor,Bath,Stonehenge and Lacock .Eugene our tour guide was wonderful.We was very warm and welcoming and very informative.Wish all tour guides were like him. The bus ride...More

Thank Eva D
Reviewed 2 days ago
worst touring company so far - golden tours

Hello, I, my wife Sridevi Chandra and our two boys, visited London, UK from 31st July thru 5th August and flew back to USA. We got our travel booked thru Avanti as my wife is also a travel agent. Avanti happened to book our bus...More

Thank Alok C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great day bath and Stonehenge

What a great day! Ivan and Kris had the day under total control with informative commentary throughout the day and a smooth drive that got us where we needed to without any problems. I cannot complain. Recommend this tour for anyone who has limited time...More

Thank Char L
Reviewed 6 days ago
A great day

Our tour was long but very enjoyable, fitting in 3 terrific sites, Our guide, Eugene, and our driver, Elvio were a top class team making our day smooth and informative. I recommend buying the full tour and lunch package because the day is fast paced...More

1  Thank suzOcoeeFlorida
Reviewed 1 week ago
Inner ring tour of Stonehenge

Our tour guide, Andrew, was a delight. Fun facts, witty banter, and it was obvious that he loves the places he guided us to. Bath was charming, the Roman Baths were cool, and the sweets are yummy. Lacock was...well worth the 40 minutes we spent...More

Thank Debra S
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DanielaFLL
July 18, 2018|
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Response from JoyWollongong | Reviewed this property |
It is a long day but you return about 7pm I think. It is an 8am start. It should tell you in tour details. We did a couple of tours so I'm not sure exactly as one was longer than the other.
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MichelleMoore84
July 15, 2018|
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Response from Anderson S | Reviewed this property |
0 Votes Well, at least the coach I travelled with had no toilets. However, there are toilets in the monuments. I bought the Stonehenge -Bath tour. First, we visited Stonehenge and then we headed to Bath. It’s a one-day tour... More
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Tamaracamera
June 23, 2018|
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Response from JoyWollongong | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a toilet but no one tends to use it on the bus. There are breaks to go to the bathroom when you get off the bus.
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