First off, this is a great small tour which puts you in a brand new bus of about 16 people. Pickup was easy. Highlight of the entire trip was our awesome guide Jonny! He was simply brilliant with a constant stream of interesting facts, tidbits,...More
Tours and Tickets by The English Bus
Stonehenge and Bath are two of Southern England’s most in-demand destinations, as well as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On this intimate, small-group tour, you’ll have ample opportunity to get up close and personal with both. Round-trip coach transportation from central London, in the company of a guide, makes logistics simple, while the addition of a secret stop—revealed on the day of the tour—adds some spontaneity to your journey.
Join us on a small group, 12-hour tour from London to a Cotswolds Village, Bath and Stonehenge. Travel in luxury aboard one of our top of the range minicoaches, accompanied by one of our expert, friendly and passionate guides for the day and experience the best that England has to offer. We'll visit the 13th century village of Castle Combe in the Cotswolds, the spa city and UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath, and of course the world famous, mysterious pre-historic site of Stonehenge. Maximum of 16 guests per tour for a small group experience.
Escape England’s capital in favour of rural Canterbury, Dover, Rochester, and Kent on a 12-hour day trip from London, ideal for first-time visitors with limited time in the United Kingdom. In air-conditioned coach, you’ll tick off the Prime Meridian Line in Greenwich, the Norman Rochester Castle, the historic city of Canterbury, famed for its UNESCO-listed cathedral, and Dover, home to iconic white cliffs. This tour is limited to 16 participants to ensure an intimate atmosphere.
See the best of south England in just one day on this this day trip from London. Enjoy seamless transportation between Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon, the charming Cotswolds, and the university city of Oxford. You’ll learn about each location on guided walking tours and get a look inside Oxford University, one of the best in the world. A small group size means you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions.