Stonehenge Day Trip from London
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Visit Stonehenge on your own on this coach tour, departing from London and including entrance to the Visitor Centre. On this unguided tour of approximately 6.5 hours, you can explore Stonehenge at your own pace, independent of schedules and groups.
- Travel in comfort to Stonehenge by air-conditioned coach from London
- See the Stonehenge stone circle and learn about these megalithic ruins with an audio guide.
- Taste a typical menu when you select this option in your reservation
- Free visit to Stonehenge and admission to the Visitor Centre
- Audio guide
- Transport to and from Stonehenge from London by luxury coach with air-conditioning and free wifi
- Typical menu (if option is selected)
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What to expect
Don't miss the opportunity to visit Stonehenge while in London and experience the mystery of its megalithic monuments. On this approximately 6.5 hour tour, you can take a return coach from London to the complex in Salisbury.
Travel in comfort on a luxury, air-conditioned coach with free wifi for the 130km route to your destination. All at your own pace, avoiding the hustle and bustle of organised groups. You'll also have the option of selecting a menu tour to sample local dishes.
More than a million people come here every year. A place of sun worship, the Stonehenge megaliths were erected between the end of the Neolithic and the beginning of the Bronze Age. The earliest monument of this complex dates back to 3100 BC.
On arrival at the Visitor Centre you can activate your audio guide and begin to enjoy this experience at your own pace. For some years now, in order to preserve this historic monument, access to the interior of the circle has not been permitted as a general rule, and the stones may not be touched. However, access is allowed on the summer and winter solstices, as these were the most important days in the solar rituals celebrated at this monument.