See Ancient Stonehenge and Picturesque Bath While Staying in Five-Star London Hotel
Several theories have been submitted to explain the ancient site of Stonehenge: some believe its massive boulders represent an astrological calendar, others speculate it was a monument to death, and a few even think the spot marked a UFO landing site. Despite the work of modern science, much is still unclear about why the prehistoric monument was built, though archaeologists suggest it was constructed between 3000 and 2000 BC. With Premium Tours’ five-day, four-night tour of Stonehenge, London, and Bath, you can attempt to crack the mystery yourself, or simply enjoy being in the presence of one of England’s most hallowed landmarks.
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For four nights, you’ll stay at the ultra-modern Grange Tower Bridge Hotel. Opened in 2011, the five-star hotel features a full-service spa and an infinity pool, as well as 3-D TVs in every room. From your hotel, take a quarter-mile walk to the historic Tower of London, which served as the home of monarchs like King Richard the Lionheart and William the Conqueror before becoming primarily a prison in the 16th century.
A vintage open-top bus tour of London, included in the deal, drives up close to Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, and the houses of Parliament in a restored 50-year-old bus. After seeing the city from its streets, float through it on a guided river cruise on the Thames. Later that day, you’ll observe the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
A luxury motor coach will zip through the pastoral English countryside during a day trip to Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. Since you’ll skip the line via an included fast-track entrance, there will be plenty of time to snap pictures and purchase souvenirs before hopping back on the bus and heading to the architecturally rich city of Bath.
In AD 43, Romans constructed elaborate baths around the natural hot springs of present-day Bath. Visitors can still see its steaming waters at the Roman Baths museum. While in Bath, watch for the city’s Georgian architecture, best exemplified by the 30 18th-century houses that make up the Royal Crescent.
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