This full-day tour from London takes you on a discovery of Britain’s wonderful sights. The prehistoric Stonehenge, the elegant city of Bath, the charming Cotswolds, and Shakespeare’s home of Stratford-upon-Avon make this an unforgettable Christmas tour.
What to Expect
On this tour on Christmas Day you will explore some of the most wonderful sights in Britain. See the world-famous Stonehenge on the Salisbury plains, visit the sights in the spa town of Bath, enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner in a village in the Cotswolds, and visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of Shakespeare.
This tour takes you to the picturesque Salisbury plains where you will stop to see Stonehenge, the most famous prehistoric monument in the world. Step 5,000 years back in time while your guide explains the remarkable sequence of events that have surrounded these ancient monoliths. You will then head to the spa town of Bath for a walking and panoramic driving tour of the old Roman and Georgian town, visiting the Royal Crescent, the Circus, and Pulteney Bridge boasting fine views of the River Avon cascading down over the weir.
Next you will journey into the limestone hills of the Cotswolds, a region of picture book villages. You will head to a charming Cotswolds village for Christmas lunch, where you will enjoy a delicious roast turkey with all the trimming followed by traditional Christmas pudding while the Christmas festivities of the local village begin to take place.
In the afternoon you will journey to Stratford-upon-Avon, passing by Anne Hathaway’s cottage before arriving in this picturesque market town. It is famous for William Shakespeare, Britain’s most famous writer who was both born and buried here. Enjoy the sights on the short walk around Shakespeare’s birthplace and the delightful Holy Trinity Church, where the great man finally came to rest.
- Christmas lunch
- Travel in a luxury air-conditioned coach
- Professional guide
Victoria Coach Station, Gate 6, London
Know Before You Go
Please note that Stonehenge and Shakespeare’s Birthplace will be closed on Christmas Day but the tour still provides a comprehensive overview of each attraction and includes Christmas lunch in the Cotswolds.