Enjoy a more exclusive, personalised experience with no more than 17 people per group. You’ll have better access to the sites and the opportunity to engage with your expert guide. Relax and enjoy the luxury coach trip, as tours include return transport from London.
Whether you want to visit one of the royal family’s castles, uncover ancient mysteries at Stonehenge, or perhaps just relax in the hot steams of Bath, there are plenty of options for small group day trips from London.
Windsor, Stonehenge and the Roman Baths
Explore one of the Queen’s residences, Windsor castle, plus the gorgeous surrounding cobbled streets which are full of 17th-century monuments. Next, you’ll experience the mysterious Stonehenge site, before heading to Bath and the Roman Baths that give the city its name.
Stonehenge and the Roman Baths
Walk around one of Britain’s most famous ancient landmarks and see if you can decide what Stonehenge was once used for, then sit down to a two-course lunch. In the afternoon, visit Britain’s only hot spring at the world-famous Roman Baths.
Stonehenge and Bath
Visit the ancient Stonehenge site in the morning, enjoy a two-course lunch at a nearby restaurant and spend your afternoon in Bath, the first city to be designated a Unesco world heritage site. Wander past the abbey, romantic bridges and plenty of beautiful architecture.
Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Cotswolds
Start your day by exploring the cobbled college lanes and courtyards of Oxford, before travelling to Stratford-upon-Avon – the birthplace of Shakespeare. Stop off for some lunch and enjoy a drive through the stunning Cotswolds countryside.
Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds and the Bodleian Library
Scan the shelves in one of Europe’s oldest libraries, the Bodleian Library, and the famous Christ Church College, Oxford. Then head to Stratford-upon-Avon to Shakespeare’s original home, followed by a picturesque drive through the sleepy villages and green fields of the Cotswolds.
Windsor Castle and Stonehenge
Wander the halls of Windsor Castle, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married. After a delicious lunch break, get your first glimpse of the ancient Stonehenge formation, as you learn about the many theories behind these incredible rock monuments.
Windsor town and Stonehenge
Amble along idyllic streets of Windsor and enjoy a two-course lunch. After you’ve re-fuelled, you’ll head to the awe-inspiring Stonehenge, where you can ponder how this world-famous landmark was created all those years ago.
Windsor Castle, the Roman Baths and Stonehenge
Visit the many historical highlights of Windsor Castle, including Queen Mary’s incredible functioning Dolls’ House. Then travel to Bath, stopping at Stonehenge on the way, to see the world-famous Roman Baths and the neo-classical Pump Rooms.
Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge
Head to Windsor and see the final resting place of many famous monarchs in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. You’ll then make your way to the mysterious Stonehenge structure and end your trip discovering the rich history of the city of Bath.