London, Stonehenge and Bath – 7 Day Tour


  • An in-depth view into the historic and fun sides of London
  • Also visit the famous Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon  
  • Overnight accommodation included
  • Full escorted by an English-speaking guide

Visit London, Stonehenge, Bath and More in a Private 7-Day Tour

Day 1 – London
This afternoon you will arrive at London where a qualified Blue Badge Guide will meet and greet you and escort you to your private mini coach. You will enjoy a short panoramic of central London and following a private check-in will have some free time to explore at leisure or relax and enjoy the hotel facilities.

Day 2 – London West End and Bankside
Your tour today will take you to some familiar addresses such as Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, House of Parliament, and Big Ben, before turning into Whitehall and driving past the Cenotaph and Downing Street, where the Prime Minister resides at Number 10. You will also see Buckingham Palace, official residence of Her Majesty the Queen. After lunch near the very active area of Southbank, as pleasant alternative to the City, it will be possible to explore the Bankside. Particularly interesting the Design Museum the first in the world to show solely the design of mass-produced everyday objects and the Tate Gallery of Modern Art.

Day 3 – Royal London
Today we continue our visit of the historic sites with an emphasis on the Royal family relationship with London. During the day we will visit Westminster Abbey where queens and kings are traditionally crowned. A short walk will take us, passed the famous residence of British Prime Minister (10 Downing Street), to the Banqueting House to admire the Rubens frescos which were commissioned by James I in the 17th C. It was also the scene of the execution of his son Charles I! Time for a well-deserved lunch at the Ye Old Cheshire Cheese, a lovely historic London pub situated near one of the gates to City. Among its most famous customers were the authors Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. After lunch, we will pass by St Paul Cathedral where Lady Diana was married and we will visit Tower of London which in its long history has been a royal residence, a prison which at least one queen was executed, royal arsenal and depository of the Crown Jewels.

Day 4 – Stonehenge and Bath
We leave London in the morning and visit Stonehenge. Built in several stages from about 3000BC, it is Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument. We can guess at the rituals that took place here, but the alignment of the stones leaves little doubt that the circle is connected with the sun and the passing of the seasons. After our visit, it’s a short journey to Bath for a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city. Bath’s history goes back to the Roman times when its spa waters were discovered and it was known as Aquae Sulis, where we will visit Roman Bath. The city re-discovered its heritage as a spa town during the Georgian era when it was re-designed by John Wood, a student of the Palladian style or architecture. The city’s townscape remains unchanged to this day & many houses bear plaques recording the numerous famous people who have resided here. Return to London. Overnight

Day 5 – Hampton Court and Windsor Castle
Begun in the 16th Century, an age of splendour and fear, Hampton Court Palace is a monument to the most splendid of Tudor buildings, with two ranges of state apartments designed by Sir Christopher Wren for William and Mary. In the afternoon you will visit Windsor Castle, the largest inhabited castle in the world and Royal Residence since William the Conqueror. The castle is one of the Official Residences of the Queen, who spends Easter, part of June and the majority of her weekends at the Castle. On your visit you explore the Precincts and the State Apartments which were severely damaged by fire in 1992 and have since been restored to their original style. Return to London.

Day 6 – Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon
The first stop will be Oxford, known as ‘The Dreaming City of Spires’, famous for its University and home to Royalty and scholars for over 800 years. It is possible to visit an Oxford college you will learn of the history of the city and the colleges, of famous students past and the age old traditions of college life that still exist today. The tour will then continue through the quiet quintessential English villages of the Cotswolds enroute to Stratford-upon-Avon. Each village has its own heritage and shows signs of the past through its churches and magnificent houses – the picture of many English countryside postcards! Upon arrival in Stratford a visit is possible to Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Shakespeare’s Birthplace. Stratford-upon-Avon is a charming traditional English market town dating back to medieval times and is most famous as the birthplace of Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare. Return to London, overnight

Day 7 – Depart London

Please Note
This is a sample itinerary. The tour can be tailored to suit your specific requirements.

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London, Stonehenge and Bath – 7 Day Tour

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