Student Tours– flexible sightseeing at its best! A low cost excursion option where you can enjoy all the benefits of travelling aboard a luxury coach with a fully qualified guide but with the freedom to explore the destination at your leisure. Tourists are welcome to join the tour.
You will get:
- Return travel by executive coach
- The services of an experienced tour leader
- Visit Mysterious Stonehenge (admission included)
- Audio Tour of Stonehenge
- Visit to Salisbury Cathedral (Admission included)
- Guided tour of Bath
- Visit and Souvenir shopping on the great PulteneyBridge
- Optional visit to the Roman Baths (Discounted tickets available)
Stonehenge: One of the most famous sites in the world which backs to 5000 years ago, Stonehenge is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones.
We will visit Stonehenge which is located in the Wiltshire, about 2.0 mile west of Amesbury and 8.1 mile north of Salisbury. On entrance you will receive Audio tours which will guide you with more details.
Bath: Admire the beautiful Georgian City of Bath, one of the finest world heritage sights including many magnificent ancients such as Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Assembly Rooms and the famous Pulteney Bridge.
Within Bath there are two options available: The First one is to discover the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms (Discounted ticket available); and the second choice is walking tour and exploring the delights of Bath at your leisure.
Salisbury: Salisbury is a beautiful city with plenty of characteristic places to visit, superbly situated in southern England's rural heartland.
Salisbury Cathedral is one of the most beautiful and unique structures in England, built in 13th century. Admire the remarkable building, an international symbol of Christianity and magnificent heritage attraction.
Salisbury Cathedral is the Britain’s tallest spire whit 123m (404ft). There are lot more to see such as Europe’s oldest working clock was made by 1386, the Magna Carta, the famous agreement was made between King Joan and his barons at Runnymedeback in 1215.
Day trips are 8.30am - 7.30pm
See website for more details
Meeting Point: Exit London King’s Cross station into Euston Road, turn left for 25 meters walk, then turn left into York Way for 1 min walk, bus will be on left hand side with Student Tours logo.
£36 per person