Your Guide to Going to Stonehenge. How to get there and details of the available tours.
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After boarding at London’s Victoria coach station, the tour will sweep explorers away to Stonehenge, the monolithic monument that tops the vistas of the Salisbury plains. Unravel the mystery with access to the fabled fast track entrance, before rocking up to the souvenir-shop for some stone-shaped trinkets. With a whole afternoon still ahead, travellers will be whisked to the elegant city of Bath to imbibe some Georgian splendour before heading back to London.
With three and a half hours to spare in Bath, visitors may have time to admire the 18th century Royal Crescent; a curved strip of remarkable Georgian façades, including a museum showing how owners of old may once have lived. Day trippers can also stroll into Regency life with a visit to the city’s Jane Austen Centre, and take tea in the themed tea rooms overlooking Bath’s rooftops. An afternoon in Bath is completed with a visit to its most ancient attraction; the ruins of the Roman baths, which includes a museum exhibiting Roman artefacts.
Once the coach has dropped you off in Bath, consider using the hop-on hop-off buses to see the sights, as Bath’s hilliness can make walking tiring.