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London to Bath Day Trip

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Stonehenge and Bath Guided Day Trip From London
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London to Bath Day Trip Guide

The English countryside is dotted with charming little towns, replete with rolling hills, lush greenery, and well-preserved historic landmarks. One such town is Bath, located about 200 km from London. Feast your eyes on Georgian architecture, Roman-inspired landmarks, and the historic cathedral. Since London has a well-developed network of roads connected to the rest of the country, a quick day trip to Bath should be on your bucket list for a free weekend. Here is everything you need to know before taking a London to Bath day trip, including ticket options, things to see, tour inclusions, best routes, and more.

All Your London To Bath Day Trip Options

A London to Bath day trip guarantees a fun day exploring not just the scenic route along the British countryside, but the town’s incredible architecture and landmarks. Your day trip offers a variety of convenient inclusions which would offer an all-round experience to you. Depending on the tour you opt for, you would enjoy round-trip return transfers, the company of a local guide, visit to other towns nearby such as Stonehenge and Windsor, and access to popular attractions around. 

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Travel to two wonderful historical sights in England: Stonehenge and Bath. You would be accompanied by a professional tour guide in an air-conditioned coach. Your tour offers three variants: a full-day tour, a full-day tour including Stonehenge entry, and a full-day tour with Stonehenge and Roman Baths entry. 
If you want to cover more fascinating locations outside London, go for a tour of Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath. With a local guide, visit all the famous landmarks including  St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, and Stonehenge, with a walking tour of Bath. This tour comes in two variants: an English tour of the towns, or an English tour with admission to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Roman Baths. 
Embark on an extensive tour of England, covering Stonehenge, the village of Lacock, the city of Bath, and Windsor. Explore these locations with a local guide on an air-conditioned coach. You can choose from three ticket variants: a tour of Bath and Lacock, a tour with additional admission to Stonehenge, or a tour with an entry to Stonehenge and Windsor Castle.

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Headout offers discounted London to Bath tours for children, students, and senior citizens. A family of two adults or two adults and two children can also purchase discounted tickets. 

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How long is the journey between London to Bath? 
Bath is located only 115 miles away from London. It takes approximately 1 hour 20 minutes by train, 2 hours 55 minutes by bus and 2 hours 25 minutes by car. 
How long do I need to tour Bath? 
You need nearly 11 hours to tour Bath. If you choose to visit the nearby cities, it can take anywhere from 12 hours to a couple of days.
What is the duration of a London to Bath day trip?
A day trip from London to Bath is generally 12 hours long, including round trip transfers . 
What is the best time to go for a London to Bath day trip?
The best time for a London to Bath day trip is before 11 am till the late afternoon with March to May (Spring) for a smooth journey to and back from the town.
Where is Bath located?
Bath is located in Somerset, in southwestern England. 
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How do I get from London to Bath?
You can travel to Bath by trains, buses or even a car ride. The time taken to reach depends on the mode of transport taken if you choose to visit Bath on your own.
By train: There is a direct train from Paddington Station to Bath Spa station that takes approximately 1 hour 20 minutes. 
By bus: There is no direct bus from London to Bath. You can board bus Megabus M10 from London’s Victoria Coach, get down at Bristol Bond St, and walk over to Platform 17. From there, board X39 aquae to get to Baths Spa bus station. The ride takes 4-5 hours.
By Car: Set your GPS to Bath UK or any other location you want to reach in Bath and follow directions. The drive only takes 2.5 hours. 
Is parking available at River Wonders Singapore?
Yes, parking is available towards the entrance of Mandai Zoo.
Can I take the train from London to Bath?
Yes, trains from London to Bath are frequently available from Paddington Station and you can alight at Bath Spa station. It is the easiest way and takes not more than 1.5 hours. 
Can I take the bus to get from London to Bath?
Absolutely, buses depart from Victoria Station located in the city center. However, it takes nearly three hours to reach Bath and can be a tiring journey for some.
Can I drive from London to Bath?
You can drive from London to Bath but prepare for the traffic. The drive takes around 2.5 hours with minimal traffic.
Is the town of Bath wheelchair accessible?
As Bath is a historical place encountering millions of tourists, 90% of the area is wheelchair accessible. 
Are meals included on a London to Bath tour? 
No, meals are usually not a part of London to Bath tours. However, you will find plenty of restaurants and cafes around every corner since Bath is a major tourist destination.
Is photography permitted at River Wonders Singapore?|
Yes, non-flash photography for personal use.
Are return transfers included on a London to Bath day trip?
Yes, a London to Bath tour includes round trip transfers in a comfortable AC coach.
Are guided tours a part of London to Bath day trips?
Yes, you will be accompanied by a professional English-speaking tour guide who will narrate fascinating tales about the town’s history and culture.
Where can I eat in Bath?
There are various restaurants in Bath, from Italian to Indian cuisine. Sotto Sotto, the Circus and the Jolly Sailor are some places you can try.

Things To Do In Bath

Crowned as the jewel of the South West, Bath is the only city in the United Kingdom to have the entire area recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recognized globally for its history and cultural significance, Bath inspired Jane Austen's novels and is the perfect ground for exploring the vibrant countryside of England. Hence a London to Bath day trip should be checked off your bucket list. Here are the best things to do and see in Bath.

Roman Baths

One of the most popular tourist attractions, the Roman Bath, is a hot tub of the ancient Rome period. A bathing complex and a temple were constructed inside the area, which left water entirely untouched. A museum enclosing precious artefacts is also a treat for the eye.

Fashion Museum Bath

Shielded in the stunning Assembly Rooms, Fashion Museum Bath is an abode for vogue lovers, housing age-old to contemporary dresses and gowns. The collection conserved is from the 17th Century to the present.  

Bath Abbey

Initially constructed by the Benedictine monks, Bath Abbey is the UK's last medieval church standing atop the Norman Cathedral. A magnificent parish church now, it reflects Gothic architecture bound to leave you impressed. 

Pulteney Bridge

Constructed by Robert Adam in 1769, Pulteney Bridge reflects the Georgian architecture across River Avon. Stores cover the bridge across both sides, which makes a trip even more exciting and happening for tourists. 

George’s Chapel

One of the best illustrations of Gothic architecture in Britain, St George's Chapel is the resting place of prominent kings and was also the location where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding took place. A trip to this artistic Chapel is generally included in the Windsor Castle ticket.  

The Circus

Another spectacular tourist destination in Bath, The Circus is the best example of Georgian Architecture. The landmark is built in a circular design, with grand terrace houses being allotted Grade I.

 Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures on a London to Bath Day Trip

  • Public places like hotels, bars, restaurants and bubs have opened for residents and non-residents of Bath. 
  • Tourists must wear a proper-fitting mask during the trip and carry one at all times. 
  • Social distancing is still essential, and sanitation facilities are available in most places.
  • As a part of safety measures, Romans Baths in the town have decreased the number of visitors allowed to curtail crowding.
  • It is advised to book your tickets beforehand as some sites in Bath do not allow walk-in entry without having to stand among large crowds. 

Top Day Trips From London

Here are other things you can do at Top Day Trips From London

London to Stonehenge:

Owing to its popularity, the mysterious Stonehenge is a famous attraction, not just in England but across the globe. It is an outer vertical ring of 13 feet (4.0 m) high and weighs around 25 tons. The monument is aligned towards the sunrise on the summer solstice, an event that occurs when the earth's poles have a maximum tilt toward the Sun. It is said to be around 5000 years old, 500-1000 years older than the first pyramids. This makes a London to Stonehenge tour a must-try if you are in England.

London to Windsor

Famous for its royal connections, unparished countryside, and the iconic Windsor Castle, this town is ideal for history buffs. Perfect for anyone looking for a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of the city, book Windsor Castle tickets for a great escapade that  includes tours from London.

London to Oxford

The only city in the country town of Oxfordshire, Oxford is famously home to the prestigious University of Oxford, along with several industries in motor manufacturing, education, publishing, information technology and science. It is also known for its many breweries dating back to 1889. A London To Oxford day trip is a must for anyone interested in science, literature, and the roots of modern education. 

London to Cotswolds

Cotswolds is a city known for rolling hills that rise from the meadows of River Thames, and was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1966 by the Government on National Parks in England and Wales. A London to Cotswolds day trip makes a perfect getaway if you enjoy green pastures and quaint little countryside. 

London to Warwick

Famously home to the University of Warwick, Shakespeare’s birthplace, and the historic Warwick Castle, Warwick is an ancient town in England. It is filled with an array of historic buildings which date back to the Medieval, Stuart, and Georgian eras. The castle is a marvelous place to visit, previously home to the most powerful man in England, the Earl of Warwick. If you want a day exploring lavish castles, historic alleyways, and a trip to the most famous library in England – the Library of Warwick – opt for Warwick Castle tickets.

 London To Bath Day Trips FAQs

Can I book London to Bath day trips online now?

You can easily book London to Bath day trips online and get the best prices and discounts.

What is included in a London to Bath day trip?

An English-speaking expert, round trip transfers via air-conditioned coaches, admission to local sites, visit to other neighboring towns, and optional upgrades are included in a London to Bath day trip.

Are discounts available on London to Bath tours?

Headout offers discounted London to Bath tours for children, students, and senior citizens. A family of two adults or two adults and two children can also purchase discounted tickets.

What can I see on a London to Bath day trip?

Visit a spectrum of places like Roman Baths, the Circus, the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and more.

How far is Bath from London?

Bath is located 115 miles or 195 km from London.

How do I get to Bath from London?

You can travel to Bath by trains, buses or even a car ride. The time taken to reach depends on the mode of transport.
By train: There is a direct train from Paddington Station to Bath Spa station that takes approximately 1 hour 20 minutes.
By bus: There is no direct bus from London to Bath. You can board bus Megabus M10 from London’s Victoria Coach, get down at Bristol Bond St, and walk over to Platform 17. From there, board X39 aquae to get to Baths Spa bus station. The ride takes 4-5 hours.
By Car: Set your GPS to Bath UK or any other location you want to reach in Bath and follow directions. The drive only takes 2.5 hours.

What is the best time to visit Bath?

You can go for a London to Bath day trip anytime during the year. Spring season between March to May and summer months between June to September offer rich landscapes and blooming flowers; summer tends to get quite busy due to the holidays, while spring witnesses low tourism, ideal for budget travelers. Winter in Bath, from December to February may be difficult to enjoy due to the cold weather, frequent rainfall, and some attractions such as the Roman Baths being shut.

How long should I spend in Bath?

You need approximately 11-12 hours to visit all the places in Bath and get back to London. As it is a small city, a day trip will suffice.

Is the town of Bath wheelchair accessible?

Yes, as it is a popular destination, most areas in Bath are wheelchair accessible.
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