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Bath, Stonehenge and The English Countryside Day Tour from London

122 reviews
| 10 hours


At a glance
Category: Tours, Day Trips
Duration: 10 hours
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Separate driver ensures your guides full attention throughout the day
Small-group tour
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Stonehenge, Amesbury SP4 7DE England

Journey to one of the most mystical sites on earth- Stonehenge and discover the wonder of this most famous landmark! Our first stop is the world famous Stonehenge , shrouded in mystery and undiscovered ancient secrets. 1.5 hours is spent at Stonehenge. Enjoy the Visitor Centre and museum and marvel at the finds of the ancient past!

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Bath Abbey, Bath BA1 1LT England

As we approach the city of Bath, your guide will explain its significance as home to the only natural hot springs in England and how these hot springs have shaped the course of the city's history over centuries. From the Romans to the Georgians , the people of Bath have all left their own unique marks on the city, making it a truly wonderful place to visit.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Royal Crescent, Royal Cresent, Bath BA1 1EE England

Once in Bath you will have also have the option of joining your guide for a walking tour of the city, where you can get a more in-depth insight into its fascinating architecture and intriguing past.

Take in the magnificent buildings and quaint streets dotted with bespoke boutiques, shops, pubs and eateries. Bath is certainly a feast for the senses!

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath BA1 1LZ England

You will be given lots of suggestions for ways you might like to spend your time in this beautiful city, whether it is visiting The Roman Baths, or paying a visit to the Jane Austen Centre, or stepping back in time and stopping at the Royal Crescent to discover how people lived in regency era England, there's something for everyone to enjoy in Bath!

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: The Jane Austen Centre, 40 Gay Street, Bath BA1 2NT England

We will enjoy three hours in the city of Bath, with a chance to visit the Abbey if you wish. (donation required)

You will be given lots of suggestions for ways you might like to spend your time in this beautiful city, whether it is visiting The Roman Baths, or paying a visit to the Jane Austen Centre, or stepping back in time and stopping at the Royal Crescent to discover how people lived in regency era England, there's something for everyone to enjoy in Bath!

Duration: 3 hours

Live commentary on board
Local guide
Walking tour of Bath
Group tour
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Entry/Admission - Stonehenge
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entry/Admission - Bath Abbey
Entry/Admission - Royal Crescent
Entry/Admission - The Roman Baths
Entry/Admission - The Jane Austen Centre


Meeting point
Gloucester Road, South Kensington, London SW7 4SF, UK


Dec 2019

This tour was wonderful. The experience of seeing Stonehenge was breathtaking and unbelievable. We got to spend an hour and a half at the site. The next stop was Bath, which is so beautiful. It feels like you’re stepping into another time with the cobble streets and lovely architecture. The visit to Bath is three hours, but honestly more time is needed to truly explore the entire little city. Still it was amazing. Our guide, Rosie, was refreshingly funny and kind. If you get her, you’re in good hands and definitely in for some laughs. I highly suggest this tour to anyone visiting London!

Nov 2019

Alicia and Darren were an excellent duo. The group was about 15-20 persons and the vehicle was very good for the job. Everything went according to the plan. We enjoyed the tour.

Nov 2019

This tour exceeded our expectations. We were kind of dreading an all day ordeal but it's the best way to see Stonehenge and Bath is so charming and a great escape of the chaos of London. Rosy was our tourguide and Darrien was the driver. (I'm sorry if I misspelled those names). They were both super friendly and funny. Rosy is full of wonderful information. It's also the perfect amount of time at both places in my opinion. My husband and I had a blast and plan to tell everyone back home to make sure they take this tour if they come to England.

Oct 2019

The guide was lovely, she did a wonderful job giving us great facts about the areas we saw and she has a great personality. Great tour, loved the places we saw.

Oct 2019

Fabulous and comfortable trip with our guide Scott, and driver, Darrien. First rate commentary and helpful tips all along the journey. Well done!

Oct 2019

All four of us (17 to 37) enjoyed this trip to Stonehenge and Bath. Sinead (guide) and Graham (driver) were great. It was a nice mix between guided tour/info and time on our own to explore. I learned a lot from Sinead's tour, and she was very personable. Highly recommend. Nothing better than being the first tour at Stonehenge for a quiet morning at such a special place.

Jan 2020

A very comfortable bus took us to Stonehenge and Bath. Our guide, Gareth, was congenial and gave excellent tips for enjoying the sites. Wish that we could have had more time at each - so much to see and marvel at.

Oct 2019

Enjoyed the tour. Alycia and driver were outstanding guides. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because in Viator's write up it said "small group". I was thinking max 12 but we had a big bus with at least 2X the amount of people.

Oct 2019

This was an enjoyable tour particularly Stonehenge. Our guide was very knowledgeable about the area, funny and pleasant. The countryside is very beautiful too. The only disappointment was Bath. The Bath 'tour' felt like a trip to Bath rather than a tour. You will be given an option to go on some architectural manson tour up the hills in Bath or be left to your own amusement rather than having a guided tour of the city.

Jan 2020

The tour started out okay and I thought I was in for a fantastic day. Stonehenge was amazing. We had our ticket checked and hopped onto a shuttle bus to the site (5 minutes). After we returned to the cafe etc. we were met by a very grumpy attendant at the entrance to the little museum. It was annoying that we had to again find our tickets in order to enter after we had already stashed them somewhere. The attendant was rude and unhelpful. In Bath, the guide walked ahead of us on the short tour and whilst she was very funny and knowledgeable, she made no attempt to get to know us or make conversation. On the journey home she listened to one passenger who was feeling hot (even though it was freezing and the middle of winter) and turned the air conditioner up!! Everyone else on the bus were wearing coats and hats inside the bus in an attempt to keep warm. After 1.5 hours we asked that the air conditioner be turned off and she did bit a short time later it was turned back in again. It was unfair to only take the needs of 1 passenger into account while the rest of us froze! It was a long day and what made the 3 hour journey home even worse was the radio/music that was playing through a distorted and crackly speaker for 3 hours! A would’ve been good if the tour guide Alecia made some attempt to get to know everyone in the small group even to ask where we were from for starters!!

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