Visit the town of Bath, with it’s beautiful Georgian architecture and elegant Roman baths, then head for Lacock Village, where scenes from Harry Potter, Downton Abbey, and Pride and Prejudice have been filmed. The last stop is Avebury and its Neolithic standing stones, which are older than Stonehenge and boast the world’s biggest megalithic stone circle.
Ideal for those with minimal time but a thirst for knowledge and love of history!
Low season: R885
04 – 30 April ’18
01 Nov ’18 – 31 March ’19
Mid season: R1 065
01 – 03 April ’18
May and October ’18
17 Dec ’18 – 03 Jan ’19
Peak season: R1 170
June – Sept ’18
*Prices are subject to continued availability and major currency fluctuation. Does not include entrance to attractions or meals/refreshments.
(We can book your trains/coaches/private transfers in the UK too.)
Bath: The first stop of the day is the Roman spa town, where you can see the Roman Baths, Georgian architecture and the gorgeous abbey. You have plenty of time to wander at your own pace.
Lacock Village: Famous for its picturesque streets and charming historical buildings, Lacock Village has been used as filming locations for Harry Potter, Downton Abbey, and Pride and Prejudice.
Avebury: The final stop of the day is at the pretty village of Avebury where you can wander amidst the largest prehistoric stone circle in the world. You return to London in the early evening.
Need to know
Departs: 09h15 from London (Stance 3, Greenline Coach Terminal, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London, SW1W 9SH)
Returns: 19h30 to the above
Wear: Walking shoes, comfy clothes and a raincoat or umbrella – just in case
Take cash: for meals/refreshments and entry to attractions
Vehicle: 16-seater Mercedes mini-coach (air-conditioned)