Soak up the historical and cultural significance of 3 key British heritage sites. Explore the mysterious rock formation of Stonehenge standing majestically over Salisbury Plain before visiting the spectacular Salisbury Cathedral, and then spend your afternoon in the Georgian-era spa town of Bath.
The world-renowned Stonehenge is your first stop. One of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world, the stone circles were built approximately 5,000 years ago, but their origins are still unknown.
Stand in the vast fields that surround the stones and snap some memorable pictures for your album back home before heading to Salisbury Cathedral. Erected 800 years ago, the spire of this 13th-century cathedral is the tallest in England and considered an international symbol of Christianity.
Once inside the church, admire its elegant proportions and visit the Chapter House, home to the best-preserved copy of the Magna Carta. See the famous agreement made between King John and his feudal barons in 1215, a milestone for English constitutional law.
Then, make your way to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath. Pass by the Pulteney Bridge, the Royal Crescent, and the Bath Abbey, and visit the well-preserved Roman Baths. As you walk through the terrace overlooking a pool filled with hot spa water, marvel at the ornamental statues of Roman emperors and military leaders before sipping some healing spa water in the Pump Room.