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From London: Bath, Salisbury & Stonehenge Tour in Spanish

Product ID: 91809
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Explore the Roman baths and go shopping in the elegant Georgian city of Bath, then visit Salisbury, home to the best copy of the Magna Carta. Later, discover the world-famous Stonehenge and soak up the mystic atmosphere of this UNESCO listed location.
About this activity
Duration: 10 hours
Skip the line through a separate entrance
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide

Pickup included

Royal National Hotel, 38-51 Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 0DG.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Visit the UNESCO monument Stonehenge with included entrance fee
  • Have a guided walking tour of Georgian Bath with free time to explore
  • See the Roman Baths, a 15th-century abbey, Pulteney Bridge and the stunning Royal Crescent
Full description
On this full-day trip from London, explore 3 of the area's best places to visit: Bath, Salisbury, and Stonehenge with your Spanish-speaking guide.

Travel for approximately 2.5 hours from London to Bath. Here, explore Bath’s architectural and historic treasures, such as the Roman baths, a 15th-century abbey, Pulteney Bridge, and the stunning Royal Crescent. Bath is easy to explore on foot with stunning architecture, great and unique shops, museums and the diversity of pubs and restaurants, easy to discover why this city is the heritage of humanity. You will have plenty of time to explore the tourist spots of this city that was founded as a thermal resort by the Romans, under the Latin name Aquae Sulis.  

Then, head to Salisbury, where the best-preserved manuscript of 4 surviving copies of Magna Carta are housed. To finish the day, visit one of the wonders of the world: Stonehenge, constructed over 5000 years ago. Find out the theories on why it was built – some believe it was a pagan place of worship with sacred links to the sun. Others believe it was an astronomical clock or a Bronze Age burial ground.
  • Stonehenge entrance
  • Transport by coach
  • Spanish-speaking guide
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
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Eurowelcome Latin Travel

Product ID: 91809