Our Evan Evans tour was magnificent and our tour guide nice, funny and very informative!!
I would highly recommend this tour!!! Try to get Chris as your guide!!
Tour guide, Kevin, and driver, Steve, were great. Kevin very knowledgeable about English history. Kept us amused and informed during the intervals between tour stops. Tour was a little hurried but that would be expected trying to do this much in 11 hours. Suggest maybe one less activity?
Both Guide and Driver were amazing. Though we were together from 8am to 8pm but never felt bored. Sense of humour was great combined with great knowledge from historic and forward looking perspective. Deservd to be a 5 Star Service
This tour was wonderful and Claudia was a great tour guide. She knows her stuff when it comes to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford. I would recommend this tour to everyone.
Our guide Andy Jackson did a great job. With traffic and travel, there is not a lot of time for each location, but Andy and Mick were very efficient and we got about 90 minutes at each site, which is probably all you could hope for on a single day trip. Andy is very knowledgeable.
Windsor and Stonehenge were great. By the time we got to Oxford it was rather dark and hard to see things. Probably would have done without that part.
This was an overall good experience, but we ended up leaving 30 minutes late from the Victoria Station which I can only assume cut into our time in the three attractions during the day. We got around 1.5hrs at Windsor Castle, 1hr at Stongehenge and 1hr in Oxford. Honestly could've spent way more time at all these attractions, so the time crunch was a bit of a bummer, but overall the guide was really good and everything we saw was amazing.
Fast-paced tour! We felt rushed at every stop. We did see Queen Elizabeth's green Land Rover parked at Windsor Castle's courtyard though, but didn't see her majesty. It was pouring when we arrived at Stonehenge so we couldn't really see the site other than from the bus. Oxford was just okay, mostly because it was a quick stop. I'd been there before but it was my daughter's first time there. She didn't enjoy it either--she found it a bit too boring. To me the highlight of the trip would have been Stonehenge but then again, we couldn't see any of it due to the storm. I guess you can't blame mother nature for doing its job, right? Windsor Castle ended up being the best part of the tour although we were caught on a awful and I mean awful traffic jam on our was back to the point that the bus driver had to take a different route through the back roads, which made it even worse. By the time we got back to our hotel, we were just wiped out. Oh, by the way, the guide kept warning us about the time limits on each stop but many people seemed to heed the message. As a result, the number of people on this tour kept dwindling as time went on. Bottom line, if the guide tell you that you have to be on the bus by certain time, make sure you synchronize your watch or something but don't miss the deadlines if you want to finish the tour on the same bus. I actually appreciated that since I've been to tours where people kept missing the deadlines, only to affect other people's times and experiences.
The trip was paid to be in Spanish exclusively, however it was all spoken in English loudly on the bus and the headset that broke down on the way and there was no one else to replace it was the only way I could hear it in Spanish, I did not hear anything she spoke because English was loud and Spanish was low volume, that was awful.