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Southampton Tours offers a wide range of private tours of Southern England.
Private transfer from Southampton to London via Windsor Castle and Stonehenge
Your first stop will be at Stonehenge (approx. 1 hour away). When you arrive, your tour guide will lead you around this ancient stone circle to explain its fascinating history, including mysteries and legends surrounding the enigmatic stone ring. Built thousands of years ago, its exact purpose remains a mystery even today. From Stonehenge, you’ll then continue on to Windsor (approx. 1.5 hours away) where you’ll be able to explore Windsor Castle independently.
After you finish exploring the historically rich town of Windsor, home to an official residence of Her Majesty the Queen, you’ll depart for the direct journey to London, where you will be dropped off at your London hotel or Heathrow Airport.
Private transfer from Southampton to London via Oxford and Blenheim Palace
When you arrive in Oxford (approx. 1.5 hours away), you’ll enjoy a walking tour of this fascinating University City, which has been the home to scholars and royals for over 800 years. Your guide will lead you through the historic city center, where you will learn about Oxford’s history, the University of Oxford, famous people who have graced the city, and interesting old traditions.
The next stop is the UNESCO-listed Blenheim Palace, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful palaces in the UK, with over 300 years of history and over 2000 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds. It was also the birthplace of Winston Churchill. You will discover wonderful paintings and tapestries as well as stunning examples of baroque architecture. If that wasn’t enough, then perhaps just gaze out over the enchanting lakes towards the surrounding forests, or why not try your hand at escaping the maze!
Oxford and Punting on the River day tour from Southampton
You’ll start the day by traveling from Southampton to the famous city of Oxford. This beautiful university town has been home to scholars and royals for over 800 years. Your guide will lead you on a walk through the historic city center, where you’ll learn about Oxford’s history, the University of Oxford, famous people who have graced the city, and interesting old traditions.
Next, you’ll visit Christ Church and its famous cathedral. Christ Church College was used as a double for Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter movies so you may even recognize some of the buildings! After the walking tour of the city, you’ll get to enjoy the classic English experience of Punting of the River Cherwell. Punting is a truly timeless, slightly eccentric, quintessentially Oxford, idyllic pleasure. Sailing leisurely upstream or downriver, trailing your fingers in the silky water, admiring the wildlife, dropping in at the Victoria Arms Pub, or drifting downstream past the University – you’ll have a wonderful time!
Salisbury and Stonehenge day tour from Southampton
Meet your professional driver guide in Southampton and relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle as you take off for your private day tour. You’ll start the day traveling to Salisbury, and when you arrive, you’ll get to enjoy a walking tour of the city with its many charming timber-framed houses.
After the walking tour of the city, explore over 800 years of history at Salisbury Cathedral, one of the UK’s most iconic medieval buildings. The cathedral is a magnificent example of early English Gothic architecture with fascinating treasures, including the original 1215 Magna Carta, one of only four in the world. You’ll also get to see Britain’s tallest spire and the world’s oldest working mechanical clock. It really is a special sight!
New Forest and Salisbury day tour from Southampton
You’ll start the day from Southampton by travelling to the New Forest with a visit to Beaulieu which means ‘Beautiful Place’, and that is exactly what it is! The town is located on the stunning Beaulieu River, which attracts a wealth of wild birds. The next stop is at Lyndhurst, affectionately known by locals as the capital of the Forest. Lyndhurst has been visited by kings and queens staying at the Royal Manor throughout the centuries. The local church contains the grave of Alice Liddell, who was the inspiration for Lewis Carol’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
From here, the journey will continue to Brockenhurst, which has been officially declared ‘Britain’s Most Beautiful Place to Live’. The area is home to ponies, deer, donkeys, and cows – all of which are known to roam the main street. The last New Forest village you will visit is Burley, which is most famous for its witchcraft, having been home to a coven of White Witches and a haunt of Smugglers.
Bath and the Cotswolds day tour from Southampton
After you meet your professional driver-guide, you’ll be able to relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle and start your adventure! You’ll start the day by visiting the UNESCO-listed city of Bath. Here, you will get to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful city. During the tour, you will see Bath’s famous attractions, such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Bath Abbey, and Pulteney Bridge. After your walking tour of Bath, you will also have time to visit the Roman Baths independently.
The next stop of the tour will be the fairytale village of Castle Combe, undoubtedly the jewel in the crown of the southern Cotswolds. From here, you’ll continue through the Cotswolds to Lacock. This is a charming village, home to a wonderful Abbey and many small artisan shops. A place where Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice, and many movies and TV shows have been filmed!
Bath and Stonehenge day tour from Southampton
You’ll start the day by visiting the UNESCO-listed city of Bath. Here, you will get to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful city. During the tour, you will see Bath’s famous attractions, such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Bath Abbey, and Pulteney Bridge. After your walking tour of Bath, you will also have time to visit the Roman Baths independently.
After a quick lunch, you’ll continue your journey to the prehistoric stone circle of Stonehenge, where your guide will tell you all about its history and ancient beliefs associated with this mysterious place. Stonehenge was built thousands of years ago, but its true purpose remains a mystery even today. You will then return back to Southampton.
- Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
- Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.