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Guided day tour from Cambridge

Adult £89.00/Student £84.00/Child £79.00

Maximum 16 passengers

Please note: passenger numbers may be higher at peak times.

This is our most popular day tour! Visit England's most beautiful town and one of the world's most iconic prehistoric monuments.     


Bath is, perhaps, the most beautiful town in England. It was designed by brilliant architects and built for the elite of 18th century British high society. Rich aristocrats, wealthy industrialists and royalty came to share a sophisticated city enjoying a renewed interest in health spa bathing. The majestic architecture is worth a visit alone but it's the Roman Baths that's the highlight of the city.  


Stonehenge is one of the most recognisable monuments of the ancient world. The stone circle is located at the centre of a fascinating landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures. Come and discover who built them and why they were built.

NEXT TOUR DATE: 17th October 2020





0800 We depart from central Cambridge for the journey down to the London region, past Heathrow Airport, and then south-west towards the south coast before heading up on to Salisbury Plain, the location of the majestic monument of Stonehenge. There will be a short comfort break included in the journey.


1100 On arrival, your guide will explain the history and present understanding of Stonehenge. You will then have free time to explore the site and visit the souvenir shop and exhibition at the Visitor Centre.


1245 Depart from Stonehenge. The journey to Bath, first across Salisbury Plain, through picturesque farmland and then down into the wooded valley of the River Avon, is varied and interesting. How different the landscape is in comparison with the Cambridge region.


1345 Arrive in Bath. Free time for lunch and to explore the city independently. Don't miss a visit to the fabulous Roman Baths, impressive Bath Abbey, or take in the picturesque view of the city and the unique Pulteney Bridge from the banks of the River Avon.


1545 Join your guide for the optional walking tour to learn more about the city. 


1730 We depart Stonehenge for the fast journey back home. There will be a short comfort break in the journey.


2100 Arrive back in central Cambridge. Arrival times for other drop-off points will vary.


Please note: from March 2020 to mid-October 2020 this tour itinerary is reversed, visiting Bath in the morning and Stonehenge in the late-afternoon.

We visit Stonehenge every week and have witnessed it in all weathers. Undoubtedly, experiencing it in sunshine is best but it is probably at its most eerily atmospheric in fog!  The weather can change quickly and often so please check the forecast and come prepared for any weather! 



  • Expert guidance from a passionate, experienced driver-guide
  • Return travel from your chosen departure point
  • Entry fee to Stonehenge (Adult £21.10, Student £19.00, Child £12.70)
  • Join your guide to explore Stonehenge
  • Or explore on your own with the complimentary audio-guide
  • Join the optional walking tour of Bath
  • Free time in the city to explore independently - we will give you a map and our recommendations



  • Meals - You are welcome to bring food and drink on to the bus and eat while we travel between destinations
  • Entry fees to attractions (unless stated)



All Bath & Stonehenge tours depart from the main entrance to Parkside Swimming Pool on Gonville Place at 8am. We return here at 9pm. Departure times and return times for all other departure points will vary - please check your e-ticket for the correct departure time.