Tour departs from Victoria Coach Station, at 7:45am. Victoria Coach Station is located approximately 7 minutes walk from Victoria Train/Underground station on 164 Buckingham Palace Road, SW1W 9TP. Please arrive there for 7:30am as the boarding starts 15 minutes before the departure time 7:45am.
We will be back in London at approximately 20:30pm subject to traffic conditions.
Surprisingly this is a common question, don't worry you are not the only one! The Roman Baths is a museum and you can't swim there so no need to bring a swimming suit.
Over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you in Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames just outside of London. From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. We shall be amongst the first people to enter Windsor Castle, so you can see for yourself the splendor of St. George's chapel and the sumptuous state apartments. Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs. Shakespeare is said to have written his play The Merry Wives of Windsor in one of them!
Bath, another world heritage site. Bath is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Following our panoramic tour of the city, there will be time to visit Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge overlooking the river Avon cascading over the weir. And you can shop, explore or take afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the string quartet.
Why not upgrade to visit The Roman Baths?
The Roman Baths - The Roman Baths were built nearly 2,000 years ago. Built on Britain's only natural hot water spring lies the magnificent Roman public bath complex and Roman temple. At the heart of the World Heritage Site you can walk around the steaming pool on the Roman stone paving and admire the ancient Roman statues and architecture. (Entry to Roman Baths included if upgrade option selected)
Stonehenge is the most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and is a world heritage site. Stonehenge stands alone in the vast empty plain of Salisbury. Its origins date back nearly 5,000 years and it has been home to pagan religion and spiritual worship. What was this vast collection of stones intended for? Was it an observatory of the moon, a temple to the sun, or an elaborate cemetery? Who were the people who carved these 40 ton rocks? Come and unlock the secrets for yourself and marvel at this remarkable and mysterious feat of ancient engineering and design.
Returns to London at approximately 20:30pm.