- Trace the history of British royalty inside Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world
- Venture into the picturesque Salisbury Plains and marvel at the enigma that is Stonehenge
- Enter the Salisbury Cathedral and get to see four surviving copies of the Magna Carta of 1215
- Explore the city aptly named Bath, which is known for housing a great number of Roman-built baths
Venture beyond the cobbled streets of London and go on an adventure to see one of the Seven Wonders of the World and learn about British royalty. Begin the tour by meeting up with a tour guide who will regale you with wonderful stories and interesting commentary all throughout the tour. You will then depart for Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world built back in the 11th Century. You will explore its halls and visit its most popular attractions: the State Apartments, which is know for having Classical, Gothic, and Rococo interior designs; the Precincts, where you will learn about the castle’s history as a fortress and how it eventually became the residence of Queen Elizabeth; Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, an impressive miniature replica of an aristocrat’s house and it was designed by the famous Edwin Lutyens. After exploring Windsor Castle, you’ll travel to the green expanse that is the Salisbury Plains. The Plains is the home of the enigmatic wonder of the world, Stonehenge, which has stood there for over 5,000 years; it has been said that it may have served as a burial ground. You’ll also get to visit the towering Salisbury Cathedral, which is known for having the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom and for keeping four original copies of the Magna Carta of 1215. After Salisbury Cathedral, you’ll travel to the last stop of the tour, the city aptly named Bath, which is famous for having a number of Roman-built bathhouses. This tour is a must for those who are interested in royalty and architecture, and for those who want to scratch visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World off their bucket lists.