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From Bristol: Stonehenge and Cotswold Villages Day Tour70 Reviews
Explore the ancient and mysterious Stonehenge on a day trip from Bristol. Stroll around the quintessential villages of the Cotswolds where you can visit Lacock Abbey Cloisters and Castle Combe.
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- Learn about the history and legend surrounding the famous Stonehenge
- Explore the charming villages of Cotswold and admire the beautiful landscapes
- Stroll through Castle Combe, well-known for being a picturesque village
- Used as ''Hogwarts' corridors'', Harry Potter fans can marvel over Lacock Abbey
DescriptionA day full of wonder awaits us today. Departing Bristol, your first stop for the day is the prehistoric monument Stonehenge. Many legends surround these incredible standing stones that weigh about 25 tons each and have attracted people from all over the world for years. Perhaps you believe they were created by Merlin, who magically transported them from Ireland. Maybe you believe Stonehenge is a landing site for alien spacecraft. They might remind you of the ruins of a Roman temple. You can't deny their magnificence, no matter what you believe. Avebury is your next stop. Enjoy your free time here: grab some lunch, wander around the area, and, of course, see the three stone circles. Avebury henge boasts the largest stone circle in Britain, so big it fits the entire quaint English village inside. So you can grab a pint and bite to eat while surrounded by a stone circle. Pretty magical, right? Your journey continues to the quaint village of Lacock. You have free time here, you might be interested in visiting the Abbey. Harry Potter fans will obsess over seeing the Lacock Abbey Cloisters, used as Hogwarts corridors in the movies. Visitors can also explore the medieval rooms and cloister court, before taking a look at the Fox Talbot Museum which explores the history of photography. Castle Combe is our last stop, often called one of the prettiest villages in England. Fans of movies like War Horse and Neil Gaiman’s Stardust may just recognize this spot, so get your camera ready. From here, it’s only a short drive back to Bristol.
IncludesAdmission into Stonehenge Driver/Guide Transportation by 16 seater minibus
- Admission to Stonehenge will be included
- Minimum age to participate is 5 years
- Meals and refreshments will not be provided. •You are restricted to 14 kilograms (31 lbs) of luggage per person on the tours. This should be one piece of luggage similar to an airline carry-on bag (approximately 55cm x 45cm x 25cm / 22in x 17in x 10in) plus a small bag for onboard personal items