Windsor & Oxford & Stonehenge Tours bring you the perfect combination of the most important landmarks of England. This tour is a combination of the best trio of English heritage today. Your tour commences with magnificent Windsor Castle, on a rock a hundred feet above the Thames and can be seen from kilometres on, is the Queen’s favourite house. In order to defend London from the west, William the Conqueror built the original castle. Please read the rest itinerary below.
We can start the tour from anywhere you wish between zone 1 to 4
9 AM in the morning (This can be changed)
10 hours after the tour
Prices are based on 10 participants per person (Less than 10 people required recalculation, please ask us)
Professional guidance services throughout the tour in English (For other languages, please ask us)
Meet & greet/drop off service (Door to Door service from Zone 1 to 6)
Operation of the entire tour agenda under expert and professional tour management services with +30 years’ experience
Admission tickets for our Windsor & Oxford & Stonehenge Tours are all included (Please refer to itinerary)
Public liability insurance
Reservations where necessary to ensure quick site access (Advanced notification required)
Ground transportation by private A/C vehicle depending on the number of people in the party
Parking fee, tax, toll fees, fuel surcharge and driver expenses
Personal Expenses & souvenirs
Meals, snacks and a soft/fizzy drinks along the meal/packed lunch where available
Guidance services request in other & rare languages based on availability (Please ask us)
Windsor Castle & Oxford & Stonehenge Day Tour from London
The State Apartments are sumptuously decorated and offer official functions, public dining and diplomatic receptions. The Chapel of Sainte George is the Knights of the Garter Church, the oldest English chivalry order, and the Knights Banner is hung below its uplifting Gothic vaults. Henry VIII, who was buried with 1 of 6 women and Charles I, the only monarch to be trialled and executed by the order of his people, are buried beneath his stones by kings and queens of England. There is much fascinating history to learn here.
Your next stop is Oxford with its worldwide known universities as well as other important landmarks such as Christ Church, Oxford Castle & Prisons, Grand Covered Market for a traditional atmosphere for shopping and beautifully designed streets by the most important examples of every architectural style in England from the Saxons to the present day.
After Oxford you will proceed to the prehistoric Stonehenge, which stands alone in the vast, empty section of the Salisbury Valley as the world's most famous prehistoric and now a World Heritage Site. Its origins date back almost 5,000 years and since then it has been home to pagan religions and spiritual worship. What was the purpose of this huge collection of stones? Was it a Moon Sighting Observatory, a Sun Temple, or a complex cemetery? Who were those people that took these 40-ton rocks and carved them? You can learn all the answers and marvel at this remarkable and mysterious feat of ancient design and engineering here today. After Stonehenge it’s time to return to your home, that surely is London.