Private Day Tour from Bath to Wonderful Wales with Pickup

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  • 9 hr

Adventure into the truly beautiful and unique country of Wales, or 'Cymru', as you make the short journey across the border. Shaped by its people and its history, this fiercely spirited land has been a frontier for centuries that has captivated historians, poets and songwriters. Explore breathtaking ruins and outstanding natural landscapes as you sample a corner of Britain where tourism has yet to fully take hold.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Galahad Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Chepstow Castle

Shortly after leaving Bath you cross over the Severn Bridge into the Principality of Wales. Your first stop is at impressive Chepstow Castle, perched along a limestone cliff above the River Wye. Immerse yourself in this picturesque and beautifully preserved stone fortress, which dates back over 900 years. This stronghold was home to some of the wealthiest and most powerful men of the mediaeval and Tudor ages.

Duration: 2 hour

Pass By: Tintern Abbey

You continue your journey down the Wye Valley towards romantic Tintern Abbey. This masterpiece of British Gothic architecture was ravaged during the Reformation under King Henry VIII. Today, the soaring arches and lancet windows will still take your breath away. This will only be a photo stop. Here is the time it will take to get from one place to another

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Nearby, the pretty hillside village of St. Briavels sits right on the national border and boasts a former royal castle and an historic pub, where you will enjoy lunch.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Raglan Castle

Fairytale Raglan Castle is the grandest ever built by Welshmen. This opulent palace, designed to impress, was left in ruins after a brutal Civil War siege in the 17th C. Wander the ramparts and enjoy panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.

Duration: 2 hour

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This is where blood-soaked Roman entertainment meets Arthurian legend. Stand in the centre of this colosseum and imagine as thousands of spectators gathered to watch gladiatorial combat. Centuries after the Romans departed, this arena became interwoven with myths surrounding King Arthur. After leaving here you will be dropped off in Bath, either at your accommodation or in the city centre.

Duration: 1 hour
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