Would you like to go on a typical British excursion to the three national treasures in England? Two of them happen to be part of UNESCO World Heritage sites which you can tick both of your bucket list and also add a splash of Royal pageantry for good measures. Would you like to see the St. George’s chapel where Prince Harry and Megan Markle tied the knot and also witness the changing of guards? If so, then your set to journey on to the countryside to see the mysterious ancient wonder of Stonehenge, and the bucolic beauty of Bath.
Windsor Castle: Start your day at Windsor Castle, the ancestral home of the British Royal family. Marvel at the opulent grandeur of the State Apartments, adorned with paintings by Rubens and Van Dijk, enjoy a walk down the aisle of St George’s Chapel like a royal bride, and chortle at the changing of the guard outside.
Stonehenge: Next is Stonehenge, one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world. It was constructed 5,000 years ago and this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the true wonders of the ancient world. It is quite a mystery how exactly the huge stone circle was built, but everyone agrees that it’s breathtaking.
Bath: Finally you visit Bath, the city built by the Romans as a place of relaxation and respite. Here you will see stunning honey-coloured Georgian architecture blended against the leafy natural surroundings and also visit Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and the ancient Roman Baths.
How do you get there? Not to worry. There is a coach leaving the Victoria coach station on Buckingham Place road in London.
- Boarding starts at 07:30. Departure: 08:00
- Renovations at Victoria Station may affect departure times
- Sundays: St George’s Chapel is closed
Find below the links to the tickets for these amazing wonders.