Take in all the key sights of dazzling London on a private walking tour of the city.
Explore the wonders of the British Museum with a private guide.
Tour the captivating streets of Bath and marvel at its stunning Georgian architecture.
Visit mysterious Stonehenge and the ancient Roman Baths.
Stay at a handpicked selection of quality accommodations.
Itinerary at a Glance
LONDON You’ve Arrived
Private Transfer: Heathrow Airport
Hotel Meet & Greet Service
England Welcome Package
LONDON Hit the Streets
Central London Walking Tour (4 hrs) - Private Tour
Attraction: The London Eye - Fast Track - Admission
LONDON Marching through the Museum
British Museum (3 hrs) - Private Tour
Platinum Evening Cruise on the River Thames (with Dinner, 3.5 hrs) - Best Seat
LONDON TO BATH The Journey Continues…
Transfer - Private - London - Bath [with Stonehenge (Self-Guided)] - Vehicle/Driver
BATH Along Cobblestone Streets
Walking Tour (4 hrs) - Private
Attraction: Roman Baths Admission
BATH Cross an Item off the Bucket List
The Cotswolds (8 hrs) - Private Tour
BATH TO LONDON Pack Your Bags
Transfer - Private - Bath - London [Airport, 2.5 hrs] - Vehicle/Driver
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Meet your private driver and vehicle for an airport transfer.
For your added comfort, a Meet & Greet assistant will meet you at your hotel and take you through your travel documents.
A welcome package with a city map, train tickets (if relevant), and any other touristic information that we deem you may find useful, will be provided to you on your first day in destination.
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Hit the Streets
Be sure to wear some quality walking shoes as you depart on foot with a private guide for a half-day walking tour of Central London. One of the world's great cities, London manages to shine in the grayest weather, and its diversity defies a simple definition. Depending on the location of your hotel, and your particular interests, your guide will happily tailor the tour so you can get the most out of your day. Wander the magical streets, gardens and markets, and be a Londoner for a day. Walk through renowned Trafalgar Square, explore Soho, and check out some stalls at historic Covent Garden Market. See the Monarch's residence, Buckingham Palace, take some photos of the iconic Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, and stumble upon Hyde Park’s lively Speakers’ Corner. Using the Oyster card provided in your London Welcome Package, perhaps even take the Tube to cover more ground, allowing you to view the UNESCO-listed Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, and more.
Skip the largest part of the queue today at The London Eye with your exclusive Fast Track admission, and take to the skies for a unique perspective over the city of London below. At a height of 443 feet, The London Eye is the largest cantilevered observation wheel in Europe, and receives over three million visitors each year. Your near 30-minute ride will complete after one full rotation of the wheel, allowing for a pleasurable pace as you ascend and descend, with plenty of opportunity to spot several iconic landmarks from an elevated vantage point on the south bank of the River Thames.
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Marching through the Museum
Meet your private guide at the British Museum for a three hour tour through one of the world's oldest museums. In over 250 years since its inception, the British Museum has become host to one of the largest and most extensive collections in the world, featuring more than 8 million pieces in its permanent collection. In order to make the most efficient use of your time in the museum, your guide can take you to see the museum's highlight pieces, or you can choose to focus your tour on particular areas of interest to you. Some exhibits of note include the incredible Egyptian Galleries, offering a glimpse into the art, culture and sophistication of ancient Egypt, as well as the portrait on Athenian culture, visiting the 1,500 year-old Parthenon Sculptures of Athens’ Acropolis.
Note: General admission to the museum is free of charge however entrances to special exhibitions, if desired, are payable on the spot.
There is nothing quite like gliding along the River Thames, passing beneath the various lit-up bridges as the city's famous landmarks unfold around you at night. Many of the historic and modern buildings along the banks of the river are illuminated by floodlights in the evening, making for beautiful views of the city as you cruise by. Board the impressive Glass Room cruise to enjoy a window seat, five-course dinner with wine pairing (4 glasses), and choice of aperitif, all accompanied by elegant background music performed live on board. Treat your taste buds to spiced cauliflower velouté with shallot bhaji, heritage tomatoes with Vulscombe goats’ curd, beef confit with potatoes and vegetables, and vanilla and bergamot crème brûlée with shortbread. Coffee and tea are provided after dessert, and a half bottle of mineral water will accompany the wine during your meal.
LONDON TO BATH
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The Journey Continues…
Meet your private driver for a transfer to Bath today. En route, you'll stop at Stonehenge, for approximately two hours of self-guided discovery. A prehistoric monument recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Stonehenge is an icon of Great Britain. Dating back an estimated 5,000 years, wonder and mystery surround this impressive stone monument. With your admission included, you'll wander around and decide for yourself whether it was a place of sun worship, a healing sanctuary, a sacred burial site, or something different altogether! Afterward, return to your private driver and vehicle for your transfer to Bath.
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Along Cobblestone Streets
Meet your private guide and depart on a half-day walking tour, discovering the best of Bath’s splendid Georgian architecture, its vibrant modern culture, and learning of its ancient Roman heritage. Admire landmarks like Bath Abbey, a stunning Gothic church with history dating back to the 7th century. Stroll past the subterranean Roman Baths complex, and locate its street-level pump room. Marvel at the magnificent 18th century architecture of Royal Crescent, with a uniform Georgian façade designed by John Wood, the Younger, and view the early Georgian townhouses of The Circus, designed by his father - John Wood, the Elder. Unravel pomp and luxury on this walking tour through picturesque Bath.
Your included admission to the Roman Baths and Temple complex provides you with access to four main features: the near 2,000-year-old remains of the Temple of Aquae Sulis, the Roman bath house, the Sacred Spring (the only hot spring in Britain), and a well-presented museum of artifacts found at the site. The Roman Baths are situated below street level of modern Bath, and other Roman ruins stretch out beneath the city in all directions.
Did You Know?: In 2012, a hoard of 30,000 silver Roman coins from 300 BC was excavated near the complex in an archaeological dig.
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Cross an Item off the Bucket List
Enjoy a full day tour to the Southern Cotswolds with private vehicle, driver and guide. Popular with both the English themselves and visitors from all over the world, the Cotswolds are well-known for gentle hillsides (‘wolds’), sleepy villages and for being so ‘typically English’. The local honey-coloured limestone, used for everything from the stone floors in the houses to the tiles on the roof, has ensured that the area has a magical uniformity of architecture. Not all villages are well known, and today many still hold their secrets. An 8 hour day in Southern Cotswolds include Castle Combe, Tetbury, Bilbury the Slaughters and Stow-on-the World. Before travelling back to Bath, pop into one of the many village tea rooms for a cup of tea and a scone with fresh cream and jam. Delicious! (Not included in cost). Your day has been a true taste of England, hopefully without the infamous rain! (Don't forget your umbrella).
BATH TO LONDON
Pack Your Bags
Depart Bath with a private driver and vehicle, transferring to the airport in London. Approximate travel time is 2.5 hours.