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“Golden Tours UK – We took the golden Tours UK one day package tour starting at London’s Victoria Coach Station and heading to Stonehenge, Bath and the Roman Baths, Windsor Castle, and St George’s Chapel (in the Wi...”
British public transport takes time, energy, and, often, considerable expense. Make the most of even limited time in the country with this comprehensive coach tour that’s perfect for lovers of history. Learn the...read more
Discover two of the British monarchy’s most striking palaces on this return day trip departing from central London. Step back in time and discover a fascinating side of the British monarchy on this thrilling day...read more
“The coach was very comfortable the views were very nice, we had an awesome day, definitely recommended!”
“The tour was fantastic and full value for money!! Matt (our tour guide) and Elvio (the bus driver) were amazing as a team!”
Discover three of the UK's most popular palaces on this return day trip departing from central London. • Enjoy a personable group tour to Bath and Stonehenge• Visit the Queen’s favourite royal residence, Windsor...read more
“We had the 'luck' of having a lot of the places to ourselves and Barry was very informative and fun to talk to and learn from.”
Just 60 minutes from Central London into the wow-wonderland of Windsor-on-Thames. The Queen of England has made it her home…and yes, it’s worth all the fuss. We stop at Runnymede Field where King John signed the...read more