This Private Bath Tour & Stonehenge is a must when you visit London. All you need to do is take one day out of your schedule and venture into one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world.
Firstly, you will enjoy the views of this incredible and cultural landscape on the way. This incredible location is located on the plain of Salisbury, a 40-tonne set of rocks that was built more than 5000 years ago. Although the function of Stonehenge is still being debated, what is known about this UNESCO World Heritage Site is that it has been a place of pagan worship for centuries.
Secondly, but not least, we will head to Bath. Here we will take a break to make a meal and if you wish, drinking a famous English tea.
Lastly, we will start the visit to this city known for its Roman baths and hot springs full of English culture. We will discover the Abbey and the famous Pulteney bridge where we can take some fantastic photos. This city is full of old monuments and museums and we can focus on the places that interest you most.
Finally, we will take you back to your hotel or place of choice in London.
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Private Bath Tour & Stonehenge will begin with the pick-up at your hotel. Your guide will take you through the most emblematic sites of this place where you can find years of cultural heritage.
During your tour, you will see among others the following places of interest:
- Roman terms
- Pulteney Bridge
- So much more!
City of Bath and Stonehenge
Stonehenge is a megalithic crómlech monument, in addition to other elements such as holes, pits, mounds, etc. Built between the end of the Neolithic and early Bronze Age, located near Amesbury, in the county of Wiltshire, England, about fifteen kilometers north of Salisbury. The megalithic complex of Stonehenge, Avebury and related sites was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1986.
Bath is a city in the ceremonial county of Somerset, in the south-west of England. Bath was founded as a thermal complex by the Romans. The Romans built the complex and a temple on the adjacent hills in the valley of the River Avon, around the source of the hot springs. Bath was recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1987.