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Day Trip to Bath from London 2024

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€ 112
11 hours
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About Day Tour to Bath from London

Spend a full day exploring the world’s famous Stonehenge and the magnificent Georgian city of Bath at leisure by going on a day trip from London. Enjoy the privileged access to the Roman Baths and try to solve some of the mysteries of Stonehenge accompanied by an expert tour guide.

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Day Trip to Bath from London

Visit 2 of England’s most famous attractions by going on a full-day trip from London to the historic stone circle of Stonehenge and the Georgian city of Bath.

Travel by coach from central London and start your day tour by discovering the mysteries of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site – Stonehenge.

Dating back to 5,000 years, this iconic stone circle is situated on Salisbury Plain, and it has been the center of pagan religions and spiritual worship for centuries. While being there, try to unlock some of its secrets at the recently opened Visitor Center.

After that, continue your day tour by traveling to Bath, where you will enjoy some free time and a delicious lunch. There is a wide selection of restaurants, including quaint tea houses, traditional pubs, and cool sandwich shops if you want to have a quick snack.

If you would like, you can also visit the Roman Baths, a well-preserved bathing complex built 2,000 years ago. Also, don’t miss the unique opportunity to marvel at the grand Bath Abbey and the romantic Pulteney Bridge, which stretches across the River Avon.

Learn why the city of Bath was so loved by novelist Jane Austen while wandering through the Jane Austen Centre. Finish your exciting day trip to Bath from London by enjoying afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms, where live classical music will accompany the quintessential English experience. 

included
  • Stonehenge skip the line ticket
  • Visit to Bath
  • Direct access to Stonehenge Inner Circle
  • Live tour guide: English
  • Transport by coach
X not included
  • Food & drinks 
  • Visit to Thermae Bath Spa
what to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
X not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users
X not allowed
  • Pets
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Meeting Point

Opposite Earls Court Underground Station (Warwick Road exit) at 9:00 am. Please wait at London Bus Stop C in front of Earls Court Exhibition Centre.

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GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR VACATION IN LONDON BY GOING ON AN UNFORGETTABLE DAY TRIP TO BATH!

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Explore one of England’s most picturesque cities!

City of Bath

Enjoy a walking tour of Bath and visit Bath Abbey, Jane Austen Centre, or the Roman Baths.

Stonehenge

Try to solve the mystery of Stonehenge and share your theories about this prehistoric monument with your tour guide.

English Countryside

Marvel at the panoramic views of the English countryside while traveling to the city of Bath by a comfortable coach.

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FAQ – Day Trip to Bath from London

Is Bath worth a day trip?

Of course! Bath is a historically and culturally rich city that is definitely worth visiting, especially if you plan to stay in London for several days. It is a popular tourist destination that boasts many famous attractions, such as the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Royal Crescent, and more. In addition to these iconic sites, the city also offers a wealth of museums, galleries, and parks for visitors to explore, providing an abundance of things to see and do.

How do you get to Bath from London?

By far, the best way to travel and explore the city of Bath from London is by going on a guided day trip. That way, you won't have to worry about transportation, and you will have a completely organized and stress-free visit. 

How long away is Bath from London?

The distance between Bath and London is around 124 miles, and it takes about 2 hours to get there, depending on traffic and route. 
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Bath Day Trip from London

What will you see in the city of Bath?

The city of Bath is home to various attractions and sights, and there are many iconic sites you will be able to see during your visit. For starters, you will see the Roman Baths, the most famous attraction in Bath and a must-see for any visitor. This is the best-preserved example of Roman architecture and engineering, and it will provide you with a complete insight into Roman culture and daily life.

Another amazing landmark you will be able to visit during this day trip is Bath Abbey – a beautiful medieval church with a rich history and architectural significance. Also, while you enjoy your free time wandering through the city of Bath, don’t miss the opportunity to walk across the iconic Pulteney Bridge, which spans over the beautiful River Avon. 

The best time to visit Bath

The city of Bath is equally beautiful at any time of the year, so there is no wrong time to visit. In the summer months, the days are longer, the weather is perfect, and the city is most vibrant. However, the tourist season is at its peak during that time, so be prepared for large crowds.

Spring is a great time to visit Bath, especially if you’re interested in seeing the city’s many parks and gardens in full bloom. The weather is mild, and the crowds are not as large as in the summer, making it a great time to explore the city’s attractions.

It’s also a great time to visit Bath in the fall because it’s less crowded and cooler, and there are many events going on. Even though Bath is much quieter during the winter time, it is still worth experiencing the city’s Christmas markets and festive atmosphere.

Good to know before you go

  • The Audio Guide for Stonehenge is available to download. You just need to search for the ‘Stonehenge Audio Tour’ in the app store.
  • Please keep in mind that the city of Bath can be quite chilly in the winter, so it’s a good idea to check the forecast and dress accordingly.
  • Bath is a popular tourist destination, so many places accept cards, but it’s always a good idea to have some cash on hand just in case.
  • Consider packing a bag with essentials such as water, snacks, and a rain jacket in case of any unexpected weather.
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The best Bath tour from London!

Transportation was comfortable, our tour guide was wonderful, and the overall day trip was amazing! We had so much free time to explore the city of Bath, and it was truly amazing. Bath Abbey, The Roman Bath, and Sally Lunn were great places to visit. Street foods were delicious, and I highly recommend trying their beers. 10/10!

Luke

Unforgettable experience!

We had been thinking about traveling to Bath for a long time, and when we saw that Stonehenge was included in this day tour, we booked it immediately. So happy that we did! We enjoyed every second of our day trip and learned so much about the history of Bath thanks to our knowledgeable guide. It was quite a long day full of walking, but definitely worth it!

Angela

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Leave London behind for a day and uncover the beauty of the English countryside!

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  • Expert tour guide
  • Priority access to all selected sites
  • Transportation

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