With the summer coming to an end, thoughts are turning to Christmas and we are often asked how far in advance you should book Christmas tours and the answer is definitely now as all the popular tours sell out well in advance.
Particularly popular are the Christmas Market Tours that run pre-Christmas and are an excellent way to buy Christmas gifts and provisions.
This year, we have found a new tour that we recommend that combines both Salisbury and Bath Christmas Markets, plus an optional opportunity to visit Salisbury Cathedral, The Roman Baths and time for lunch in Bath.
Here are some more details:
- Expert Blue Badge Guide
- Luxury Air Conditioned Coach
- Salisbury Christmas Market
- Optional Salisbury Cathedral
- Arrive in Bath in time for lunch (optional)
- Bath Christmas Market
- Optional Roman Baths
An exceptional festive day out including both the famous Salisbury Christmas Market and the world renowned Christmas Market in Bath. You also have the option of choosing to spend less time at the markets and visit Salisbury Cathedral and the Roman Baths. It is an extended afternoon in Bath and you will arrive in time for lunch, with a choice of pubs and restaurants, or sample the food delights of the market
Now in its fourth year the Salisbury Christmas Market will be returning to the Guildhall Square. The 2015 Market will be bigger and better than ever with 76 chalets and a full programme of events and entertainment. Further information will appear here in the coming weeks
Surrounding the historic Market Square of this ancient 1000 year old wall City, with its iconic Cathedral are buzzing ancient streets and buildings where you will find a wide variety of well-known shops, plus local traditional shops, that are all well worth seeking out
If you choose to spend less time exploring the market and shops, the will be a fully guided visit to the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral crowned with the tallest spire in Britain and built by medieval craftsmen back in the 13th Century. Salisbury probably has the finest medieval cathedral in Britain
See one of the only four surviving original texts of the Magna Carta in the Chapter House. The Magna Carta is one of the greatest constitutional documents of all times, showing the agreement reach between King John and his barons in 1215AD
Bath Christmas Market
Set in the picturesque streets surrounding Bath Abbey there couldn’t be a more perfect and magical setting for a Bath Christmas Market
Each year months are spent carefully hand picking this year’s selection of stallholders, so you can look forward to finding a wonderful variety of handmade and locally sourced gifts. This year there will be over 170 chalets and to keep stallholder offer fresh and exciting, 25% will be new to the market this year. 82% of our stallholders will be from Bath or the surrounding region and 76% of these stallholder’s products will be handmade
The first city in England to be designed an UNESCO World Heritage site; Bath earned the accolade for a reason! The city boasts the famous Roman Baths that inspired its name and beautiful Georgian architecture, from the 15th century Bath Abbey to the romantic Pulteney Bridge. Sitting on the slopes of the River Avon, it’s easy to see why Bath draws so many visitors each year
If you choose to spend less time exploring the market and shops, the will be a fully guided visit to the famous Roman Bath. The grand entrance to the Roman Baths is jaw-dropping, and you’ll pass through this amazing doorway to begin your visit. The Baths date back to 40AD and still flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring
During the whole day you will be accompanied by a fully qualified expert Blue Badge Guide, who will give you commentary en-route to Salisbury and Bath and if you choose optional visits to Salisbury Cathedral or the Roman Baths these will be fully guided
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Posted on September 11, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged Bath, Christmas, Christmas Markets, Christmas Shopping, Festive Sightseeing, Roman Baths, Salisbury, Salisbury Cathedral. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.