Your driver guide will meet you at your hotel at 8am. This is a good time to discuss the days plans and to ask any questions about the day and to make any requests you may have.
As you leave London your guide will tell you some of the history of the capital as well as any interesting places you pass on route.
The first stop of the day will be Stonehenge. The mysterious stone circle dates back around 5,000 years. We have a good idea why and how it was built but a lot of it is still a mystery. Your guide will take you to the new visitor centre before taking you to the stone circle where they will tell you more about what you are looking at.
After Stonehenge you will go to Avebury stone circle. Although it dates from around the same time as Stonehenge it is completely different. This is one of the largest stone circle in Europe. To give you an idea of size this stone circle has part of a village and the village pub inside the circle. Maybe this is where you would like to stop for lunch. Not many people can say they had lunch in an English village pub inside a stone circle!
Two other places of interest are Silbury Hill, this man made hill is 100 feet high and 525 feet wide. Then its on to West Kennet Long Burrow, a chambered long barrow and one of the Severn-Cotswold tombs. Commenced about 3600 BC, which is some 400 years before the first stage of Stonehenge, and it was in use until around 2500 BC.