See the Queen of England's home at Windsor Castle, then Stonehenge, the famous ancient druidic site, and finally the academic city of Oxford on this full-day tour from London. You'll travel by luxury coach on this full-day tour, which takes you to three of England's most popular attractions. Visit Windsor Castle and Stonehenge, ending in Oxford for an afternoon with an English tea break.
- Done in English
- Complete bus/coach tour
- Hotel pickup included
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Visit With local guide
- All entrance fees included
Over 900 years of royal history await you at Windsor Castle, perched above the River Thames near London. Windsor is the largest continuously inhabited castle, and is also home to the splendor of St George's Chapel and the State Apartments. After your visit to Windsor, you'll take a walk through Runnymede, where King John signed the Magna Carta. During the day, you can stop for lunch in a charming English pub with thatched roof (not included in the cost of the tour until April 1).
The most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and now a World Heritage Site. Stonehenge stands alone in the huge void of Salisbury Plain. The origins of the site date back nearly 5.000 years and it has long been a place of spiritual worship. There will be plenty of time to marvel at this ancient feat of engineering and design, and you will also see the stone circle at Avebury.
Spend an hour exploring Oxford, one of the world's greatest academic institutions. Your guide will take you on your walking tour and teach you about the traditions of college life in the charming town in honey-colored stone buildings around quadrangles of ivy. While in Oxford, you can enjoy (until March 31) a traditional cream tea in a tea room and sample delicious freshly baked scones (from April 1). You can enjoy an extensive walk in Oxford.
Departs from Victoria Coach Station or selected hotels in London
Hotel pickups begin before this time; exact pickup time will be advised upon reconfirmation.
Concludes at Victoria Coach Station and other central London locations at around 18pm