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One day tour of bath Stonehenge(trip code:OTI-D1-5

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Bath, prehistoric Stonehenge.
Booking Process

Online booking→Online payment→Confirm order (within 1 working day)→Guide information (2 days before departure)→Enjoy trip

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Pay by phone: Some dual currency credit cards in China can't be filled in due to the Chinese billing address.

Bank Transfer: Please fill in the online application form first, then call 01908 259988 to get the account number of Omeka for bank counter or online transfer (please use instant payment).

Registration Notes

The dates on the website are available for registration, carpool group of more than 7 people can be confirmed into a group, (if you do not want to carpool, can be private chartered, a group price, please consult customer service). Registration must be paid in full, subject to the number of locations in order to complete the payment to confirm whether your registration is successful. Receive the confirmation letter issued by us as the proof of your participation in the success of the tour, before receiving the confirmation letter, please do not book the transport or hotel connected to the tour, in order to avoid unnecessary trouble and loss of a full group.

Please note that during the tour, we may change buses or guides in the course of the tour due to cross-country changes of routes, access to specific scenic spots (e.g. Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands, etc.) or the expiration of the tour director's working hours.

Transportation and hotel recommendations

Long-distance bus reservations and price times for.

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Hotel Reservation
ick-up point

London: 8:00am Russell Square tube station exit

(London Russell Square Station, Bernard St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1LJ) 

drop-off point

London: approx. 20:00 London Russell Square Station, Bernard St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1LJ

If you need to book the return train or bus ticket, we recommend you to leave at least 1 hour transfer time to avoid traffic jams or unexpected delay and delay your trip.

Warm Tips.

The final pick-up route of the vehicle is arranged according to the data of the pick-up location of the customer. Please be sure not to change the pick-up and drop-off locations on your own to avoid unnecessary losses and troubles.
Price includes 

1、Transportation: Omega's exclusive travel fleet provides various types of luxury tour buses(17-63 seats). If the number of travelers is small, it will be adjusted to 5 to 17-seat driver and guide business tours.

2、Guide: Senior leader

3. Drivers: full-time drivers

Price not include

1、Sightseeing tickets: This tour is a semi-autonomous tour group, without any disguised shopping or compulsory sightseeing, please choose to buy the sightseeing tickets independently.

2、Tips for tour guide: Standard £3 per person per day.

3、Travel insurance: We recommend that the guests must buy travel insurance to protect the individual travel process, such as illness, financial loss and other accidents, claim to the insurance company.

4, lunch, dinner: in the course of the tour, our guide will recommend to you authentic and delicious local restaurants, will also introduce you to affordable and efficient fast food restaurants, dining consumption independent choice, rich and simple by individuals.

5、Other consumption: laundry, hairdressing, paid Internet, television, and other costs are not included in "price includes".
If you cancel or reschedule your tour due to personal reasons, the following fees will be deducted based on the date you send the email confirming your cancellation.
Withdrawal, the standard deduction for necessary expenses is.

6 days or more prior to tour departure without any charge.

50% of the total tour cost 5-4 days prior to departure

3-0 days before the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Change for the date, the standard deduction for necessary expenses is.

6 days or more prior to tour departure without any charge.

50% of the total tour cost 5-4 days prior to departure

3-0 days before the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Transfer of a participant's place in the Tour to another person.

If you are unable to join this tour for personal reasons, you will need to transfer your place to someone else. You need to contact us by email at least 2 days before the tour, there is no charge for transferring your place in the one-day tour.

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trip protocol

London → Prehistoric Stonehenge → Bath → Roman Baths → Sally Lunn's → Royal Crescent → River Avon, Bath → Pulteney Bridge → London

Product upgrades to small boutique tour, the number of people in a group as few as 4 people, the latest 3-7 days before departure to confirm the trip, you can contact customer service to confirm before payment.

Meet at Russell Square tube station exit at 7:50am and depart at 8:00am.

Prehistoric Stonehenge
In the southeast of Bath, England on the Salisbury (Salisbury) plain, a large number of circular rocks standing in the middle of the spreading wilderness, this is the British Isles most famous and most mysterious prehistoric relics - Stonehenge. In 1130 A.D., an English priest stumbled upon Stonehenge when he was out, and the average weight of these imposing boulders was nearly 30 tons, and their arrangement and specific use is still a mystery to this day.
Stonehenge: adults: £24.10 (with commentary); children: £14.10; seniors and students £21 (admission prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes, and the main focus is on the exterior when the attraction is closed on dates such as the Christmas and Summer Solstice).

The Roman Baths
Bath, which means "bath" in English, is also known as "the city of springs" because of the abundance of natural hot springs in the area. Ancient Romans were fond of bathing in the hot springs, believing in their "magical powers," and they became a formal partying activity for the high society of the time. During the Middle Ages, when the Romans invaded the area, the hot springs developed, and a large old bathhouse still exists in the center of the city, which was dug in those days.
Ancillary items and ticket prices reference.
Roman Baths of Bath (weekdays/weekends): adult price: £18/£20; seniors over 65: £16.50/£18.50; children (6-16 years): £10.50/£12.50 (tickets are subject to seasonal price changes without notice)

Sally Lunn"s
A visit to the English town of Bath would be as incomplete without a cup of tea in Sally Lunn"s as it would be without a visit to Betty"s Tea House in York. The building that Sally Lunn"s House is in was built in 1482 and is one of the oldest buildings in Bath.

Bath Abbey.
Also known as "Bath Cathedral", Bath Cathedral in the city centre was built in the 8th century and is famous for its majestic stained glass and fan-shaped ceiling, nicknamed the "Western Light" because of its many windows. It is also the venue for the Bath International Music Festival and many other major festivals, and was once the coronation site of England"s first king.

The Royal Crescent
Built in 1775, it is one of Britain"s most imposing ancient architectural complexes, and is regarded as the noblest street in Britain. The Crescent, a square with views to the end of the city of Bath, is a graceful curve that seems to have been softened by time and has enchanted visitors for over two hundred years.

Round Square
Many of Bath"s oldest and most spectacular buildings are the work of John Wood, father and son, who, when designing Bath"s 18th century town plan, built The Circus, a symbol of the sun, and the Royal Crescent, a symbol of the moon, with the two separated by Brooke Street. (Brock St.) Connection

River Avon
The River Avon flows through the city of Bath, separating the New Town from the Old Town. The world-famous Pulteney Three Arch Bridge sits over the River Avon in a peaceful setting, with many 18th century King George buildings scattered on either side of the bridge.

Pulteney Bridge
Pulteney Bridge is a three-span stone arch bridge over the River Avon, with a Georgian façade in the famous Georgian architectural style. The bridge is complete with housing structures that form a stone arch corridor, but it is not really a corridor bridge, there is also a two lane wide motorway and pedestrian walkway on the other side of the bridge. Poultney Bridge was built in 1769 and completed in 1773. It is now listed as a Grade I heritage to protect. 

Breakfast: self-catered Lunch: self-catered Dinner: self-catered

  • Breakfast:self-catered
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Luxury Coach
  • Hotel: N/A

Visa Notice

Visa Information

1、Guests holding British visa or British passport of visa-free countries can participate in the England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland tour.
2、With a short-term British tourist visa, you can join the Irish tour without a visa; long-term British visa, such as students and workers need to apply for an Irish visa to join the Irish tour.

3、On the day of the tour, bring valid documents with a photo to participate in the tour, such as: passport, driver's license, student card.


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