Every part of this was excellent. The problem is it’s too much for one day. 2 sights in one day is a better choice
The tour guide was excellent and the tour hit all the highlights at each of these areas.
This was the best tour I’ve ever been on. The guide was so sweet and funny, and her knowledge of the three areas was priceless. We had a nice lunch provided and the tour bus was super comfy. Would recommend 10/10!
Such an amazing tour.
I brought a strong lens for my camera thinking we would be very far from Stonehenge but boy was I wrong. We were so close that my phone was suitable enough for photos.
I felt like it was adequate time at each of the three locations so no complaints there. Also something about the bus driver's skills or the comfortable seats made it impossible to stay awake between cities but much needed rest is nothing to complain about!
Also I have to give kudos to our guide. He was hands down the BEST part of our tour! He was funny and cheeky in a way that only an older British man wearing a hat with a flower in it can be.
I would HIGHLY recommend this tour to anyone who has a day to spare in London!!!
I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. The tour guide's knowledge was amazing and he was very entertaining. I would highly recommend tour. One drawback. I wish we could have stayed at least another hour in Oxford. So much left to see and explore there.
first of all we would like to commend our tour guide, the very eloquent and engaging EUGENE aka “EUGE” and our equally very good driver MARIUS. if not for them, we would not have rated the tour as such. The time allotted for the Windsor Castle (around 2 hours) was enough for a tour like this but because of the vast places to see inside the area, one will be overwhelmed and will get carried away forgetting the time allotment given for each tourist. The Stonehenge part was given enough time (around 40 minutes). The last part of the tour was the Oxford part and the time allotted for this walking tour is not enough (around1 1/2 hours). I guess you have to have another separate tour just for Oxford alone!Despite the limited time we had for Windsor Castle and Oxford, our tour guide gave us very extensive information which have compensated for the inadequate time we had for the tour. i would still recommend this tour highly to others and if they get the same tandem of tour guide and driver like ours I bet you are indeed in such good luck like ours!There is just one thing we forgot to ask them, how many years did it take for them to master their each craft (tour guiding for Euge and driving for Marius). We had such a good time and it was an early Christmas gift for us indeed!More power to you guys!Family of four, PhilippinesDecember 2018
The views and locations of the trip where incredible! As they would have been had we gone on our own without a guide. Other than the easy of transportation our guide was not very good. Within the first 10 minutes of the guide he had called New York a liar, the USWNT cheaters and Americans traitors. I’ve been on a plethora of other guided tours and this one by far was the worse. In addition to the insults, the mic on our first bus was broken so after Stonehenge we switched buses. Our bus drivers awful driving causes a member of my party to feel ill and when we were actually guided through somewhere (Oxford) our guide really only showed us the stuff he found interesting. Stonehenge, Windsor castle and university of oxford were incredible to see and explore!! I only wish our guide was more enjoyable.
Horrible experience. Will not recommend Viator or Golden Tours the subcontractor. Very disappointed. Horrible! Horrible! Horrible!
Windsor castle was closed the day we were schedule for tour. I think we should of been told before hand andnot as we boarded the bus. We should of had the chance to change the date of our tour if given notice of the closure. Hampton Castle was the alternative which in no way is compared to Windsor castle. Very disappointed.
We were more in the back of the bus and the tour guide would get out of the bus and start walking and talking before we ever got out of the bus. The group had no headsets so missed half of what she was saying by the time we and others caught up to her. She was not aware of the group as a whole and showed no concern that everyone was not together.
Oxford was an interesting town but she lead us on a half hour quick tour then we had a half hour on our own. It was not nearly enough time. I would advice anyone with the time to do them separately. There was enough time at stonehedge.
The tour guide seemed very knowledgeable but we didn't get to spend much time with him-so it was like he was a chaperone instead I'd guide. The tour felt rushed and I would not recommend it, especially to anybody with disability. The lunch was also not very good