London Limo tour service

London Panoramic Tour and Westminster Abbey
Enjoy a whistle stop tour of London's famous monuments and marvel at the history of London's modern masterpieces from the comfort of your seat. Have your cameras ready for our photo stop at the spectacular Westminster.

Household Cavalry Museum - Available until 31st March 2012
Meet an official Household Guards trooper for a photo opportunity you will never forget. It is then a short 10 minute walk through St. James's Park to the Guard Change.

St. Paul's Cathedral
Towering high over the City of London, magnificent St Paul's Cathedral is widely considered to be Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece. Enter the Quire and marvel at the beautiful mosaics inside. (On Sundays due to church services, there is no guiding inside the cathedral).

Buckingham Palace and Changing of the Guard
A mass of red tunics, bearskins and Buckingham Palace - an unforgettable experience! Observe The Queen's Foot Guard in their regal uniforms march alongside the military band to the Palace and witness the famous ceremony that is the Changing of the Guard.

Walking tour of Oxford
Follow in the footsteps of Oxford's famous students, from C.S. Lewis to Bill Clinton, as you stroll the captivating college courtyards and cobbled lanes of this historic university town. Take in the famous 'city of dreaming spires' and see the Bodleian Library one of the oldest libraries in Europe on your visit. You'll be captivated by the unspoilt narrow alleys and ancient squares of this naturally beautiful town. Enjoy a walking tour and free time.

Stratford-Upon-Avon
A market town with a difference, Stratford-upon-Avon is the famous home of arguably the world's greatest writer, William Shakespeare. Delve into the charms of this bustling market town at your leisure.

Cotswolds

We will drive through the Cotswolds, a charming blend of breathtaking natural beauty, bustling market towns and sleepy villages. Warwick Castle Be part of Britain's Greatest Medieval Experience! Deep in the heart of Warwick Castle, the Great Hall becomes a hive of activity! Immerse yourself in battle preparations and feel the weight of a medieval sword. Enjoy a walking tour and explore this lovely town with its host of attractive buildings. Entrances not included in the price of the tour.

This tour will finish at approximately 7.00pm in London.

Additional Information

Inclusions:

  • Day trip to Oxford, Stratford and Warwick Castle
  • Drive through Cotswolds
  • Transportation by air-conditioned coach
  • Professional guide
  • Complimentary hotel pick up from over 80 central London hotels. You will be taken to our departure point to board your tour.

Exclusions :

  • Gratuities
  • Hotel return
  • Entrance to the attractions

Please note :

  • Entrances not included, but can be purchased on the day.

Stonehenge and Bath

As one of the country's most famous World Heritage sites, Stonehenge is a "must see" for anyone visiting the UK.
Entrance is included and complimentary audio guides in a variety of languages are available for group members at the site.

Next stop is the city of Bath which includes a sightseeing tour plus entrance to the world famous Roman Baths, which were built over 2000 years ago!

You can learn more about Stonehenge & Bath below in the itinerary and on the tour!

Tour Includes:

  • Return luxury coach travel
  • Entrance into Stonehenge with audio guided tour
  • Guided tour of Bath with a guide
  • Entrance into the Roman Baths
  • Free time to explore Bath

First we visit the ancient World Heritage site of Stonehenge (entrance included). The Journey takes approximately 2 hours (Depending on traffic). You will have approximately 45 minutes - 1 hour to explore the area (your tour manager will advise you what time to be back at the coach)

Included in the Entrance are audio guides which are available in a variety of languages provided by the Stonehenge site, which give you more information on the history.

We depart Stonehenge and start our journey to Bath. On arrival in Bath we will commence a guided sightseeing tour of this beautiful city.

After the tour, the coach will drop you in the city centre where the Tour Manager will walk the group into the Roman Baths (entrance included)

From this point on, you will have free time to explore the city & grab some lunch (lunch is not included) 15.30hrs Approximate departure time from Bath for your return journey back to London - your Tour Manager will advise what time to be back at the coach.

19.00hrs Expected arrival time back into central London.

Please note the itinerary is intended as a guide and some details may be subject to change, occasionally this tour may run in reverse, visiting Bath first followed by Stonehenge in the afternoon. You will still have the same time at the attractions and fantastic day with us visiting Stonehenge & Bath!

About Stonehenge:

Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world is an ancient stone circle that has drawn visitors from all over the world for over 5000 years! What we see today are the substantial remnants of the last in a sequence of such monuments erected between circa 3000BC and 1600BC.

There has always been an intense debate over what purpose Stonehenge once served. It is certainly a focal point in the landscape as it is filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures. The site is now an official World Heritage Site and has been since 1986.

There has always been intense debate over what purpose Stonehenge actually served. Certainly, it was the focal point in a landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures.

The Stonehenge site is also now conserved and cared for by English Heritage, who are committed to preserving the site for future generations. The National Trust who own the landscape around it and nearly 1500 acres, are equally concerned for the well being of this area.

It's thought that the name Stonehenge originates from the Anglo-Saxon period – the old English word 'henge' meaning hanging or gibbet. So what we have is literally 'the hanging stones', derived probably from the lintels of the trilithons which appear to be suspended above their massive uprights. Today the word 'henge' has a specific archaeological meaning: a circular enclosure surrounding settings of stones and timber uprights, or pits.

About Bath

The Roman city of Bath in Somerset is approximately100 miles west of London, it was founded among the surrounding hills, in the valley of the River Avon, around naturally occurring hot springs where the Roman built baths and a temple giving it the name Aquae Sulis. Much later, it became a popular spa resort during the Georgian era, which then led to a major expansion that left a heritage of outstanding Georgian Architecture crafted from Bath Stone. The city because a World heritage site in 1987 and is home to a variety of theatres, museums and other cultural and sporting venues, which have helped to make it a major centre for tourism!

All significant stages of the history of England are represented within the city, from the Roman Baths, to Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent, to Thermae Bath Spa in the 2000s. Since 2006, with the opening of Thermae Bath Spa, the city has attempted to recapture its historical position as the only town in the United Kingdom offering visitors the opportunity to bathe in naturally-heated spring waters.

About the Roman Baths

Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site. Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. See the water's source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements. The extensive ruins and treasures from the spring are beautifully preserved and presented using the best of modern interpretation.

Please note you cannot swim in the Roman Baths