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for the day
depart from Cambridge at 0800
read 'Tour details' below)
to arrive in Bath at about 1145.
Comfort break included in journey.
arrival join your guide for
a 90-minute walking tour
to learn more about the city.
Then free time for lunch and to explore the city independently - don't miss a
visit to the fabulous Roman Baths.
depart from Bath at 1530 to
arrive at Stonehenge at 1630.
explain the history and present understanding of Stonehenge.
will then have free time to explore the site and to visit
the souvenir shop and exhibition at the Visitor Centre.
depart from Stonehenge at 1830
to arrive back in Cambridge at 2100.
note: the itinerary is reversed from mid-October to mid-March.
£79, Students & Children £69.|
travel, entry fee to Stonehenge (adult £16.50, student £14.90), guidance
at Stonehenge, walking tour of Bath, services of experienced tour guide.|
entry fees to attractions (unless stated).|
have many departure
at 8am, return at 9pm
from/to the main entrance to Parkside Swimming Pool, Gonville Place, Parker's
Piece. Times for all other departure points will vary - please check your e-ticket
for the correct departure time.|
of 16 passengers per tour (group size may be a little higher in summer or during
national holidays). |
offer a 10% discount for groups of 6 passengers or more travelling together. Discounts
not available in July or August. Email
us for more details.|
fun and informative guided tours for visitors to Britain. See the sights &
get off-the-beaten-track. |
Terms & Conditions |
group tours from Cambridge for details.|
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to see & do on the tour
| || ||Stonehenge|| |
5000-year-old monument to worship the Gods of the Sun and Mother Earth, the pinnacle
of Pagan beliefs.|| |
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Roman Baths|| |
Temple of Sulis-Minerva, a Roman bath house built over the city's hot springs
almost 2000 years ago.|| |
| || ||Bath
Abbey || |
church in central Bath, at the same site where the 'first king of all England'
was crowned in 973AD.|| |
| || ||Royal
Crescent & The Circus || |
architecture at its finest; 18th century neo-classical designs for a country rapidly
growing in wealth.|| |
| || ||Stonehenge
Visitor Centre|| |
Heritage, the caretakers of the monument, have spent £27 million on a fabulous
new Visitor Centre.|| |
The Jane Austen Centre|
New Thermal Spa|
Museum of Fashion|
No.1 Royal Crescent|
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