When you catch your first glimpse of Stonehenge you will appreciate why it has been awarded World Heritage Site status. Having been on this site for over 5000 years, Stonehenge is the most visited prehistoric site in the world, and many different theories surround the 40 tonnes of rock on Salisbury Plain. Some believe it was a religious temple, others it was an astronomical clock, or even a Bronze Age burial ground! Whatever your belief, you will return knowing you have visited one of the wonders of the world.
Not as famous as Stonehenge, but home to Europe's largest Neolithic Stone Circle. Here you can wander between and admire the magnificent standing stones.
The historic village of Lacock dates back to the 13th century. Famous for its picturesque streets and half-timbered and stone houses. See Lacock Abbey, a quirky country house that was built on the foundations of an old convent. Much of the village is protected by the National Trust, and has been used as the back drop in many popular television series, including Harry Potter, Pride and prejudice and Downton Abbey.
This beautiful Georgian city justly deserves its status as a World Heritage Site, with its delightful terraces, elegant crescents and stunning architecture. You'll have plenty of time to wander the city or visit the beautiful Roman built baths.