Shore Excursion to Bath and Stonehenge
A truly historic Shore excursion to Bath and Stonehenge from Southampton Cruise Terminals.
Upon departing your cruise ship, we will head north west. Traveling through the rolling countryside to the Ancient Town of Bath, a World Heritage Spa City. Here we will have a walking tour of Bath City Centre. After that we will visit the Ancient Roman Baths. In addition we will take lunch in a classic tea room.
Upon leaving Bath, we will proceed on to Stonehenge, an UNESCO World Heritage site. The stone circle has been on this site for over 4, 500 years. However this was not the first work on the site. Above all it is considered one of the wonders of the world and is also the best known prehistoric monument in Europe.
Once we depart Stonehenge we will return to Southampton cruise terminal. Driving through Salisbury we will pass the cathedral on our way.
10 am approx Arrive Bath and commence walking tour
2 pm approx Depart Bath
3 pm approx Arrive Stonehenge
4 pm Approx Depart Stonehenge
5 pm approx Arrive Southampton
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Licensed London Black Cab.
Other: Tour Co-ordination including reservation requests pre-visit.
Similarly all transportation is included in modern Air-conditioned purpose built taxis.
Private Tour with a Certified and Experienced Guide.
in addition we included courtesy on-board refreshments.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
45 GBP – Lunch or Refreshments
Admission to both the Roman Baths and Stonehenge, pre booking advised
Other: Any Transfers from Pick-Up and to Set-Down Locations OUTSIDE of Central London.
Entrance Fees to any sites that you may wish to visit in any customised Tour arrangements.
Meals and Refreshments.
Most Museums and Art Galleries have free admission – but we will be happy to confirm when we start to put your Tour Schedule together.
Gifts and Souvenirs.
Larger groups can be accommodated upon request.
We are not Blue Badge Guides. So although we can accompany you inside, we cannot guide inside the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.