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Reasons to Take This Tour

  • Two hour walk in Beautiful Countryside through Meadows woodlands and Corn Fields

  • See the remains of the Gateway to Verulamium, Roman Britain’s third largest town dating back to AD 265

  • See the Mosaic Floor of a Roman Town House which dates back to AD180 and the underfloor heating system or Hypocaust

  • You will pay a visit to St Albans Cathedral, the oldest place of continuous Christian worship in Britain

  • Only a short 35 minute drive from London, means lots of time to explore instead of spending hours travelling

  • You will visit St Alban’s Museum and Gallery at the heart of one of Britain’s most Historic Cities

  • See the Roman Theatre at St Albans the only one of its kind with a stage rather than an amphitheatre

  • Stroll round the beautiful lake in Verulamium Park on the way to St Albans Cathedral

  • Free time to explore the city centre shops restaurants coffee shops and some of the many very old Pubs

  • Enjoy the peace and tranquillity as you walk along the bank of the river Ver

  • Your comfortable minibus included air condition and a modern heating system.

  • I would like to write to forward my sincere thanks to John for his services today. I booked to take a small group of students on a day trip to Stonehenge. After working as a teacher for 19 years and organising and undertaking numerous school trips, I can, in all honesty, say that his services were first class. I was impressed with the level of reliability, courteousness, and professionalism. It was also lovely chatting with him and I would not hesitate to recommend this coach company to others.

    - Joan White

  • I thought I would contact you to voice our appreciation of the wonderful Stonehenge trip we had with you in February this year. Everything about the trip was really great. John was the perfect host and a perfect driver. His enthusiasm was infectious, and we did enjoy ourselves. It was a beautiful trip and we hope to see you again soon. Yours

    - Paul and Marie Conway

  • I recently travelled with a group of young people to Stonehenge. The driver (John) was very smartly dressed, friendly, punctual and professional. The journey was great, the vehicle was well cleaned, and the ride was smooth. I have no doubt that I would travel with you again. Thank you, John.

    - Martin Cunningham

  • The journey was extremely smooth and the driver looked smart and was very helpful. The vehicle was clean and tidy and everybody had a great trip to Stonehenge. I would like to say a big thank you to John for a wonderful experience and I have no hesitation in recommending this tour for everybody.

    - Rachael and Michael

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About Our Tour

The itinerary is set up in such a way that people can make the best use of their time while in London. Being collected from one central location mid-morning after the big traffic rush has disappeared saves an enormous amount of time.

You will see the Shrine of St Alban, Britain’s first Saint, where people have been visiting for more than 1700 years. The 11th century Norman Tower in the Cathedral was built using bricks salvaged from the remains of the Roman City. At 85 metres long, St Alban’s has the longest nave of any Cathedral in England. You will enjoy the spectacular stained glass windows and the incredibly well preserved medieval paintings on the pillars while walking down the nave.

Your tour doesn’t stop there and with plenty of time to spare you will walk through Verulamium Park and visit the foundations of part of a Roman town house, excavated in 1931/32. You will see the underfloor heating system or Hypocaust devised by The Romans as well as the fine mosaic floors containing around 220,000 tesserae cut from natural stone.Next you will walk past Britain’s oldest pub “Ye Old Fighting Cocks” where it’s believed Oliver Cromwell spent a night during the Civil War 1641 to 1651, on the way to visit St Albans Museum plus Gallery built over three floors. Free time now to browse around the City Centres shops, pubs and restaurants.

We then make a short drive to Bricket Wood on the outskirts of St Albans where we take a two hour walk through beautiful countryside, meadows, corn fields and woodlands.The return journey is again timed so that the tour arrives back at the departure point in London just before the evening rush hour.

You can rest assured that no effort will be spared in making your day trip an enjoyable experience never to be forgotten when traveling with John.