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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour from London

  • Duration: 11h 30mins
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Stonehenge Express

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Stonehenge Tour from London

  • Duration: 6h
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Stonehenge and Roman Baths: Roundtrip from London

  • Duration: 11h
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Guided Tour of Stonehenge and Bath with Bridgerton Walking Tour from London

  • Duration: 10h
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Jeremy,  United States United States
22 Jan 2023
It was exactly what was expected; one of the oldest, most well-known, and culturally significant neolithic sites. The cafe, gift shop, and exhibition hall were also nice.
Liz Lio,  Israel Israel
23 Dec 2022
Nice day tour, good guide, comfortable bus The only minus is that when we arrived to our destinations we had only a hour and some to explore them and its not enough.
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour from London
Sarit,  Israel Israel
29 Oct 2022
The sights are amazing and you get a nice taste from each of them in one day but there is no time to see everything with time comfortably. The tour guide Chrisy was impressive and very knowledgeable
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour from London

About: Stonehenge

Ever heard of Woodhenge or Clayhenge? Of course you haven't! That's because, of all the henges in the world, Stonehenge is the undisputed champion. Full of mysteries - both mystical and architectural - a visit to Stonehenge is guaranteed to leave you marveling at the fortitude, ingenuity and resourcefulness of the ancients.

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Tuesday 09:30 - 17:00
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