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【2-Day】 Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge including Entries [NO. 3684] Double Check

D1 London Windsor Castle Stonehenge Bath London
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Route: Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge including Entries [ UK ]

Departure: Victoria Time: The tour starts at 8:00, and the tour location: Grosvenor Garden, Stop Z6, located at Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0BD

End: London

Outline: London - Windsor Castle - Stonehenge - Bath - London

Discounts: No special rate for children

Attractions overview
  • Windsor Castle
  • Roman ancient baths
  • Stonehenge
Tour Overview
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  • 2 Joining Points

  • Comfortable Bus/Car

  • Meals See Itinerary Introduction for more details about meal

  • Professional English/Chinese tour guide

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Day 1 London Windsor Castle Stonehenge Bath London
☆Gather at 8:00 am and depart on time at 8:15. Windsor Castle (ticket included) Historic Windsor Castle stands majestically on a wooded hill overlooking the River Thames. Dating back to Norman times, and with its expansive landscaped gardens and round towers, it's easy to see why it's the Queen's favourite weekend Royal Windsor residence. Enjoy a fascinating peek inside the lavish State Apartments, home to priceless artworks by Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci, and visit St. George's Chapel, the final resting place of former monarchs including Henry VIII. You can visit Queen Mary's Doll's House, a truly incredible structure complete with working lifts, running water, electricity and wine bottles, all in miniature! Mysterious Stonehenge (ticket included) The true meaning of this ancient and awe-inspiring structure has been lost in the mists of time. Is Stonehenge a sun-worshiping temple, healing center, cemetery or giant calendar? How did our ancestors manage to transport gigantic stones from such a distance and then build this amazing structure using only the most primitive tools? Stonehenge, surrounded by mystery, is always impressive. Standing proudly on the slopes of the River Avon, beautiful Bath is England's first city to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gorgeous 15th-century Bath Abbey, stunning Georgian architecture, the romantic Pulteney Bridge modeled after Florence's Old Bridge, all these sights are worth remembering. Roman Baths and Pump Room (ticket included) No trip to Bath is complete without a visit to the famous Roman Baths after which the city is named. This well-preserved bathing centre still uses water from the UK's only hot spring. Marvel at the dazzling torch lighting ceremony as dusk falls (not available in summer), and sip on the healing waters of Bath in the Pump Room, a neo-classical salon. ☆The estimated time to return to London is around 8:00 pm.
Meeting time: 8:00am Departure time: 8:15am Pick-up location: Golden Tours Visitor Centre, Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SH Exit time: about 8:00pm (subject to traffic conditions) ) ☆Due to the legal working hours of the driver, this tour will end near the Gloucester Road MRT station (within 2-3 minutes walk from the MRT station). This station is in Zone 1, on the Circle Line or Eastbound on the Circle Line for three stops on the District Line to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also crosses Gloucester Road and is just 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.
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Schematic diagram of the location of the group

  • Stonehenge
  • Windsor Castle
  • Roman ancient baths
[ Stonehenge ]

More than 100 kilometers southwest of London, England, the Stonehenge is also known as the Salisbury Stone Ring, the Ring Column, the Temple of the Sun and so on. It is the famous prehistoric cultural temple in Europe. It is located in the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England. It was built around 4000-2000 BC. In 1130, a British priest stumbled upon Stonehenge when he was out. Since then, this strange monument made up of huge stones has attracted people's attention. Since the discovery of Stonehenge, people have been speculating about its emergence. How did such a huge stone be built? This has become a big mystery that can't be solved for a long time. What is especially surprising is that there are certainly no tools such as large cranes in prehistoric times. How did the ancestors raise these large stones that weighed dozens of tons? This strange situation has led to a series of speculations by future generations. How are these huge stone arrays built?

[ Windsor Castle ]

Windsor Castle, located in Windsor, the royal borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in the southeastern part of England, is currently the family castle of the British Kingssa dynasty and the largest of the world's inhabited castles.

[ Roman ancient baths ]

The ancient Roman bath, Bath, means bathing in English because it has a lot of natural hot springs and is also known as the "City of Springs". The ancient Romans were keen on hot springs and were convinced of their "magic power". Hot springs also became a formal gathering event popular in the upper class. During the Middle Ages, the ancient Romans invaded and the hot springs developed here. In the city center, there is still a large ancient bathing ground that was built in the same year. The bath is connected to a hot spring nearly 3,000 meters deep. The hot springs have been flowing for more than 10,000 years. .

Price Explanation

Fee includes

1) Entrance to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Roman Baths

2) Professional English-speaking guides (Chinese-speaking guides can be arranged every Thursday/Saturday/Sunday)

3) Air-conditioned bus transportation

4) 25% off Stonehenge guide books**! (Show the wristband presented to you for a discount.)

Fee not included

1) Tipping

2) Additional refreshments

3) To download the audio guide in advance (English version only), please search "Stonehenge Audio Guide" in your app store.

Cancellation clause

Free cancellation for a full refund three days before the departure of the group, and total loss after that. *Our agency reserves the right to cancel the tour if the number of people is insufficient.

Please note :
1) You must bring the provided e-ticket to join this tour. *The order of the itinerary is subject to the actual arrangement.
2) Our vehicles are modern, comfortable and maintained to the highest cleanliness standards, including daily deep cleaning. During peak periods, additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
3) Windsor Castle no longer mandates face coverings, but encourages them.
4) Windsor Castle is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, June 12-13 and completely closed December 25-26 , so we will be doing the Windsor walking tour instead. Windsor Castle is a working royal palace and planned closures/disruptions are subject to change. While the State Apartments are closed, the precinct, the Queen Mary Doll's House and the Painting Gallery will remain open.
5) St. George's Church is usually closed to tourists on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. Congregants are welcome to attend the service.
6) On Christmas Eve, we will not be able to visit the Roman Baths.
7) On Christmas Eve, the tour will be conducted in English only.

Other prices (EUR/person) *Please contact customer service to change the price!

aldult 3-16 years old over 60 years old student
160 150 155 155

*Students are required to present and bring their ISA card or equivalent.

*Infants 2 years and younger are free.

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