Bath, Windsor and Stonehenge – a historically fascinating English experience.

This day tour allows you to visit three widely known places in England: Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath. Not only does it immerse you in English history, but it leaves you marveling at the beauty of the charming buildings and breathtaking landscape.

The beginning of the tour starts off with a quick bus trip to Windsor Castle. Once you have arrived at your destination, you have the opportunity to tour the castle and see first hand some of the ornately decorated rooms and portraits displayed throughout the castle. Around for nearly 1,000 years, Widsor Castle is an official residence of her majesty, The Queen, and is the largest occupied castle in the world. Some other highlights of Windsor Castle visitors would enjoy seeing would be Queen Mary's Dolls' House and St. George’s Chapel. A wonderful example of Gothic architecture, St. George's Chapel is not only the setting for many royal weddings, it is also the final resting place of past monarchs such as Henry VIII and Charles I.

Once you are finished visiting Windsor Castle, the tour bus takes you to the next destination- Stonehenge. One of the most recognizable places in England, Stonehenge was erected around 3000BC and 1600BC. What visitors see today is the remains of a sequence of monuments that was built in three phases. Some believe Stonehenge was built to perform human sacrifices or used as a tool for astronomy. Though the reason is unclear of Stonehenge's construction, it is an ancient landmark or British history.

The tour ends with the last stop in Bath. This lovely old Georgian city contains some of the most incredible Roman architecture remaining in England, as well as some traditional English shops and tea-houses. A great highlight of Bath is the guided and private tours of the Roman baths that still flows with natural hot water. Bath is popular not only for it's Roman baths, but also for some of famous tenants that used to reside there. Jane Austen, one of Britain's most famous authors, lived in Bath from 1801 to 1806 and based two of her novels at the spa hot spot of her day. This city is filled with museums and history and is a significant part of British culture.

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