Leave London and head straight to the popular Roman City of Bath, you will take a panoramic view of Bath seeing the wonderful city and with time to take photo’s before then stopping at the Roman Baths. From there head to the ancient circle of Stonehenge and take in this wonderful 5000 year old wonder. Once you have taken all that in, the next stop is the official home of Queen Elizabeth II, Windsor Castle, you will take a wonderful tour of the State Apartments and the famous St Georges Chapel.
All this will take place with the guidance of one of London’s premier professional and experienced tour guides as well as being on a first-class, wifi-enabled, air-conditioned coach.
Your Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour Itinerary…
Starting point is at Victoria Coach Station, boarding from 7:30am and departure 8:00am from Gate 1-5.
The tour begins by visiting the stunning City of Bath
Wonder the ancient stones of Stonehenge
Next we head to the Royal Home of Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle is the Official Residence of Queen Elizabeth II and has been the home of the Royal Family for over 900 years. The Castle is built high above the River Thames and on arrival at the Castle you will be taken to see the beautiful State Apartments, which are still used for Royal receptions and important State occasions. You will also be given the opportunity to explore the magnificent Castle grounds including seeing the fourteenth century St Georges Chapel (please be aware that unfortunately, viewings are restricted on Sunday’s due to Sunday Service). St George’s Chapel is known as one of the premier and most stunning examples of medieval church architecture across England and it is the burial place of Kings and Queens, this includes the very famous Henry VIII and this third wife Jane Seymour.
Finally, we finish the tour back at Victoria Coach Station at approx. 7:30pm allowing you a chance to enjoy the evening in London.
Your entrance fees to Windsor, Stonehenge and the Roman Baths are all included in your tour price!
Unfortunately, on very rare occasions the State Apartments might be closed, in these rare instances, the tour guide will take you to see the Queen Mary’s Dolls House and St Georges Chapel instead.