If you are arriving into Southampton port on board one of the many cruise liners then it is the perfect opportunity to explore what the local area has to offer by booking one of our tour / transfer options. We can tailor a tour / transfer to suit any budget. Share your vision with us by contacting us today
This private tour service is available on all dates throughout 2021 / 2022 when Royal Caribbean, Oceania, Celebrity, Princess, MSC Splendida, Azamara Quest and P&O Britannia cruise ships are visiting Southampton. Whether you have a specific itinerary in mind or just a few ideas about the types of places you’d like to go to, we’ll work with you to plan a tour of a lifetime. Whilst some of our customers want to base their tailor-made experience on one of our standard transfer / tours, with a few additions or alterations, others wish to do something completely different
We offer a range of flexible tours that will ensure you get the most from your time on shore.
At the end of the day our driver / guide will take you your central London and Heathrow Hotel. We canalso drop at Victoria, Kings Cross, St.Pancras and Paddington stations, plus Heathrow terminals 1-5.
Southampton – Stonehenge – Salisbury – London heathrow Airport Terminals
Southampton – Lacok Village - Cotswolds - Bath – Central london
Southampton – Stonehenge – Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey) – Southampton / London
Southampton – Winchester – Stonehenge – Salisbury – Southampton
Southampton – Stonehenge Access – Traditional Country Pub Lunch – Southampton/ London
We can tailor a tour / transfer to suit any budget. Share your vision with us by contacting us today
Prices from £295 (Southampton - Stonehenge - London) 8 - 16 seat seat mini van with driver / guide with ample luggage space
Email us your desired dates and group size for a prompt reply.
It is a 45 minute drive from the cruise terminal to Salisbury, famous for its Cathedral, one of the finest Gothic Cathedrals in England built in the 13th Century.
Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest Cathedral spire in England, contains the world's oldest clock and one of the four original copies of the Magna Carta on view in the Chapter House. We plan to spend one hour at Salisbury Cathedral, departing by 10.00am. This will allow time for a photo stop and quick visit to the Cathedral. Entry to the Cathedral is free but Salisbury Cathedral do ask that all visitors make a donation. Their recommended donation is £7.50 per person.
Salisbury Cathedral is a working Cathedral. On all Sundays and a small number of special event dates there will be services in the Cathedral and we are unable to guarantee entry. When special events are being held in the Cathedral and entry is allowed additional entry charges could apply.
On leaving Salisbury we pass through the medieval town centre where there still remain many wooden framed buildings from about the 13th to 15th Century when Salisbury was at its height.
We will spend around 90 minutes at Stonehenge, time enough to take in this world famous monument from 4-5,000 years ago and still have enough time for the gift shop or a quick coffee. Your guide will explain to you the many theories and mysteries behind Stonehenge, and you will then have the option (entry extra) of taking the audio guided tour around the Stones, enter the new visitor centre and take the train provided to see the Stones.
Advance booking with International Friends will be the only way to guarantee entry at the correct time. If you do not pre-book your entry ticket when you book the transfer we cannot guarantee you will be allowed entry on the day.
Please note there is not an 'allocated' lunch stop on this tour. The guide will point out places to buy lunch in Salisbury and Stonehenge which you can eat during the tour. On arrival in Windsor if you do not wish to enter the Castle you will have time for a more formal sit down lunch.
It is 75-90 minute drive from Stonehenge to Windsor. We aim to arrive at Windsor at early afternoon.
Over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you in Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames. From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world.
See for yourself the splendour of St. Georges chapel and the sumptuous state apartments. Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs.
We stop longer than most tours, enough time to take a full visit to Windsor Castle and have time for something to eat and a quick walk around the Old Town. The guide will not enter Windsor Castle with you - you will receive a personal audio guide on admission so you can take in Windsor Castle at your own pace. To avoide long queues and possible disappointment on the day we strongly advise you include your attraction entry when booking the transfer.
If you don't want to visit the Castle there is much else to do in Windsor and Eton. The guide will be available to assist you in having a very enjoyable few hours.
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