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Bath & Stonehenge 

Bath is a beautiful city located in the South West of England, known for its stunning Georgian architecture, natural hot springs and rich history.

It has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a popular tourist destination.
One of the most iconic attractions in Bath is the Roman Baths, which date back to the Roman era and are fed by natural hot springs. Visitors can explore the ruins of the ancient bathhouses, learn about the history of the baths, and even sample the hot spring water which is said to have healing properties. 

Another notable attraction in Bath is the Bath Abbey, a beautiful medieval church that has been a place of worship for over a thousand years. The abbey is famous for its stunning stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and impressive Gothic architecture.

Bath's Pulteney Bridge is a stunning and iconic landmark, renowned for its unique design and historical significance. The bridge spans the River Avon and is one of only four bridges in the world to have shops built along both sides of its full length. The bridge also offers stunning views of Bath's historic architecture and the surrounding countryside. I
t is one of only 3 bridges in the world that is lined with shops. 
The views of the bridge as it spans the River Avon are beautiful from either side of the river.

Taxi tour of Stonehenge,one of the most fascinating and enigmatic landmarks in the world. 
My tour is designed to offer you an immersive and unforgettable experience, exploring the history and mysteries of this ancient site at your own pace.

Stonehenge is a remarkable feat of engineering and a testament to the ingenuity of our ancient ancestors.
You will learn about the theories and legends that surround this remarkable monument. The standing stones, arranged in a perfect circle, create a sense of mystery and wonder that has captivated people for centuries. The history of Stonehenge stretches back over 5,000 years, and there are many theories and legends surrounding its purpose and construction.  Some historians believe that it was used as a religious site, while others suggest that it was used as an astronomical observatory or a burial ground. Still, others argue that it may have served multiple purposes, depending on the time and culture that used it.

Despite its age and the countless theories surrounding its purpose, Stonehenge continues to captivate and inspire people from all over the world. Its enduring mystery and beauty have made it one of the most iconic and beloved landmarks on the planet.


During your visit, you can enjoy a 2-hour visit to Bath , which is enough time to see some of the city's top attractions. First stop will be the Roman Baths, which are incredibly well-preserved and offer a glimpse into what life was like in ancient times.

After that, you will visit Bath Abbey, a beautiful Gothic church that is over 1,000 years old. You can take a guided tour, climb the tower for panoramic views, or simply admire the stunning architecture.
Next up is Pulteney Bridge, a magnificent 18th-century structure that spans the River Avon. You can stroll across the bridge, take in the views, and snap some photos. 

The cozy main square is also a must-visit spot, where you can soak up the vibrant atmosphere, listen to street musicians, and grab a bite to eat at one of the many cafes or restaurants. The city is full of delightful boutiques, artisan shops, and quaint alleyways that are perfect for a leisurely stroll.


After visiting the Bath, we will go to the mystical Stonehenge, where we can spend 1,5 hours at this place. Once we arrive at Stonehenge, you will have plenty of time to explore the site and take in its grandeur and beauty. You can walk around the stones, take photos, and reflect on the spiritual and historical significance of this extraordinary landmark. 

7,5-8 hours tour  £355

from Heathrow Airport, Heathrow hotels and Windsor, Cliveden House, Burnham Beeches, Dorney, Ascot, Bray, and Slough hotels, as well as the Royal Borough area. 


8,5-9 hours tour

from London  £395


Roman Bath is open to the public year-round, and visitors can purchase tickets online. Ticket prices change throughout the year.

Ticket    Adult  £23.50
               Student (with valid ID)/ Senior   £22.50
               Under 18/  £16.00


Bath Abbey

Tickets can be purchased from the Welcome Desk on arrival at the Abbey.


Ticket    Adult  £6.50

              Students £5.50
              Children (5 -15) £3.50

Stonehenge is open to the public year-round, and visitors can purchase tickets online or at the Stonehenge's ticket office. Pre-booking is the only way to guarantee entry on the day and at the time of your choice.


Ticket  Adult  £23,60       

           Student (with valid ID)   £20.90           

           Under 17/Disabled  £14.50



The costs for tours above do not include any admission costs or refreshments.

-There will be plenty photo opportunities. 
- pick up and drop off - extra charges may apply if different


Payment for tours can be made on the day and is accepted in cash or by card.
Tour prices are PER VEHICLE, not per person.

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