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    Private Stonehenge, Bath and Lacock Tour

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    Book your private Stonehenge tour. Live the chance of your life, and enter the sacred circle of ancestral stones. Tickets are limited, as groups cannot exceed 26 people in the morning and 40 people in the afternoon. You will be accompanied by your own guide. See the stones at sunrise or sunset, step into the inner circle of Stonehenge, and make this visit unforgettable. The additional and significant advantage of this visit: it will allow you to avoid the crowds.



    Stonehenge Private Tour
    Direct access to the stones is prohibited for most visitors to Stonehenge. On this special day trip from London, you'll be invited to step inside the stone circle and stand close to the mysterious and towering structures. Your guide will reveal the secrets of this prehistoric monument listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the calm of Stonehenge, without the crowds and in all its glory, at sunrise or sunset. Places are limited, please reserve in advance. Private tours, which regularly sell out, are scheduled on certain days only. Please refer to the section below for the detailed schedule.

    Stonehenge sunrise tours will depart from London around 5am, so you can catch the sunrise there in the heart of summer!

    Lacock
    Lacock is one of the most picturesque villages in England, dating back to the days of the Saxons. The village has been the setting for many comedies for television and cinema, including Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Take a stroll before enjoying dinner (or breakfast for sunrise tours) at The George, a period English pub, built in 1361. Please note that meal prices are not included.

    Bath
    Bath is a very beautiful XNUMXth century English city, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its most famous resident is Jane Austen who was born there and used it as the setting for several of her novels. You'll have plenty of time to visit Bath Abbey and the remarkable Roman Baths or simply shop and explore the city. You will also have the option to join a walking tour to discover the places where Charles Dickens lived and worked in his youth, and to taste fresh cheeses from the local dairy



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